FSI offers high-density rigid molding foam for boating and marine product manufacturing and repair as well as taxidermy. These foam systems combine workability, strength, durability and ideal finished properties to meet a wider range of boating, marine, and taxidermy project requirements.
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Rigid Molding Foam
Genfoam molding foams enable manufacturers and users to complete a wider variety of projects with free rise densities ranging from 2.0 to 20 lb/ft3 and compressive strengths from 30 to 530 psi.
Genfoam offers excellent workability with a variety of cutting, carving and shaping tools for precise shaping and edge definition.
Our Genfoam products are water-blown, causing no adverse environmental impact from high-GWP blowing agents. Genfoam is available in pressurized, non-pressurized and bulk containers.
For taxidermy applications, our high-density Kit Foam provides a pristine, grain-free surface for creating mounts of all types of wildlife. Kit Foam comes in one- and five-gallon containers for small marine and taxidermy applications. Order Kit Foam here.
Our kits contain everything you need:
- Part “A” (Isocyanate)
- Part “B” (Polyol)
- Drill Mixing Blade
- Stir Stick
- Chemical Resistant Gloves
- Mixing Instructions
Our Kit Foam features a free rise density of 2.0 lb/ft3 and a compressive strength of 27.5 psi. Density refers to the approximate weight of a 1′ x 1′ x 1′ cube of fully cured foam (2 or 4 pounds). Higher density foams typically do not expand as much as lower density foams, resulting in a denser and heavier foam. Higher density foams typically produce less yield than lower density foams.
- High durability and strength
- Smooth, consistent surface
- Excellent workability
- Superb compressive strength
- Excellent dimensional stability
Proven track record of consistency, quality, & innovation
We are the largest independent polyurethane systems supplier in the USA. Starting in 1972, we have an established history of consistency, quality and innovation and are committed to leading the industry in polyurethane research and development.