Leave a Brighter Tomorrow

Better insulated transport equals energy efficiency, less pollution, and a better future.

Ecomate-blown foam systems offer the widest range of properties for refrigerated transport.

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GOOD DESIGN SOLVES A PROBLEM.

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Environmentally Responsible Insulation

Our rigid polyurethane foam systems are used by leading manufacturers of refrigerated truck bodies, allowing them to produce trucks with excellent thermal efficiency. All of our foam systems offer outstanding adhesion to all types of materials and they have the best insulating properties available.

Produced with Ecomate® technology, our systems have the added benefit of having no environmental impact – no global warming, no ozone depletion and no smog production.

Ecofoam® is a rigid polyurethane foam used for manufacturing a wide range of industrial, commercial and residential products – everything ranging from appliances and foodservice equipment to building panels, entry and garage doors, HVAC equipment and more. Ecofoam® offers best-in-class insulation performance along with the regulatory compliance necessary in manufacturing today.

Superior Thermal Efficiency and Performance

Polyurethane foams offer excellent insulation value – far superior to traditional materials like cellulose, mineral wool and fiberglass, but also superior to EPS and XPS boardstock. Ecofoam® takes polyurethane foam to the next level. Utilizing our patented Ecomate® blowing agent technology, Ecofoam® achieves R-values greater than commonly used blowing agents such as hydrocarbons (HCs) and hydro fluorocarbons (HFCs).

Environmentally Responsible

Our Ecomate® blowing agent technology is unmatched in preserving our environment. Ecomate® has been US EPA SNAP compliant since 2003 and in commercial use since that time. Ecomate® technology has proven superior to products made with CFCs, HCFCs, and HFCs. Thanks to Ecomate®, Ecofoam® does not contribute to global warming, ozone depletion or smog production.

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US EPA SNAP compliant since 2003

Ecomate® systems are created using our Ecomate® blowing agent technology. Ecomate®, with zero global warming potential (GWP), has been US EPA SNAP approved since 2003, making it the first and most proven alternative to HFC blowing agents.

Success through Innovation

Better Products. Better for the Environment.

Ecomate® foam systems aren’t just better for the environment, they also help you make better products. Ecofoam®, blown with proprietary blowing agent, Ecomate®, has been optimized to have superior thermal efficiency, wide processing controls and a proven track record for success, making Ecofoam® ideal for the Cold Chain and Refrigerated Truck body Industries.

Custom foam formulation

to meet a wide range of needs.

Lightweight, resilient Ecomate®-blown foams can be custom made to each customer’s individual specifications for density and performance.

  • Outstanding adhesion
  • Excellent insulating properties
  • No environmental impact
  • Used in refrigerated truck bodies

Advanced Pressurized Dispensing Equipment

Our SLUG PRO is ideal for any Pour-in-Place foam application

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Advanced Polyurethane Systems & Machines

Our turnkey solutions are available for a wide range of manufacturing applications including panels, doors, HVAC, automotive, insulated piping and more.

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