Princeton Case Company
615 Sherwood Parkway
Mountainside, NJ 07092
service@princetoncase.com
(908) 687-1750

Custom Foam Inserts and Commonly Used Foam Cases

Of course, the outside of a plastic case plays a role in protecting the gear inside. Soft-sided cases are not nearly as resilient as hard cases. Although cases play a significant role in determining how much protection carrying cases will provide, it is not the only determining factor. What is on the inside matters just as much as the outside. We take the time to custom design foam inserts to enhance the protection of carried items. We carefully lay items onto the foam to map out where items will stay within the case. We also determine how thick foam should be. One major thing our team must decide is the material used for foam. Not all foam inserts are created equally.

Custom Foam Inserts

Some of the most common foams we use include:

1.7 polyam: it is a resilient type of closed cell polyethylene that is 1.7 pounds per cubic foot density.It has built-in layering technology that makes it possible for the material to compress and then go back to its standard shape.

Convoluted foam: this foam is often referred to as egg crate foam. It is often used in the lid of custom carrying cases.

Expanded polyethylene foam: this foam is considered a closed cell beaded polyethylene, which is known for its low weight and its high strength ratios. It is semi-rigid and is non-cross linked. This foam is also added to covers to add strength and give color diversity.

Custom Foam Inserts

Call us today, and we will design custom foam inserts and custom cases.

 

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Princeton Case Company, Inc.

615 Sherwood Parkway
Mountainside, NJ 07092
(908) 687-1750