General Plastics’ LAST-A-FOAM® products are renowned for their strength, stability, uniformity and unique physical characteristics. Available in densities ranging from three to 50 pounds, these rigid and flexible polyurethane foams satisfy wide-ranging applications and meet the highest standards.Last-A-Foam Products
Because we control our chemical formulas and raw materials, we can assure consistent quality. Rigorous inspections and testing, plus certificates of conformance, guarantee that the products you receive meet your drawings and exact specifications. General Plastics is certified to ISO 9001:2008/AS9100C and purchases from ISO 9001 partners.
Proprietary processes – from formulation to product – deliver uniform thickness, constant density for the specified material, and enduring physical properties. Ongoing research and development allow us to continually introduce new materials and make our existing products even better. General Plastics’ chemists, customer service and design teams know exactly how our products perform, including their capabilities and limitations. So we’ll make sure you have the best-suited materials for your project.
IT’S WHAT WE DO: HIGH-STRENGTH, LOW-WEIGHT SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR MANUFACTURING PROCESS.
LAST-A-FOAM® rigid high-density foam products are cost-effective, versatile, strong and durable. We offer a wide spectrum of formulations, in multiple shapes and densities, to optimally align their distinct foam properties with your needs.
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Flexible Foam (Sheet Stock)
Our flexible, semi-rigid foam products are flame-retardant, self-extinguishing and easily molded to your particular specifications. These durable integral-skin foams and honeycomb gap seals are used widely in aircraft flight decks and interiors.
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Flexible Foam (Parts Program)
General Plastics’ open-cell flexible polyurethane foams deliver efficiency while absorbing energy at a consistent, controlled rate. Our flexible foams can be used in series or in parallel to relieve static stress on flexible shock attenuation material, or to break up resonance or change shock pulse frequencies.
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