EVA & Neoprene Foam

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EVA & Neoprene Foam

Neoprene and EDPM are closed cell foams that are soft, flexible and durable form-fitting sponge rubber that provides good thermal and moisture insulation. It is resistant to the Ozone, sunlight, oxidation, many chemicals and petroleum derivatives. Neoprene and EDPM can resist breakdown by water and air and is able to be isolated by virtue of its unique molecular structure.

Neoprene and EDPM are compressible and flexible and are used for gasketing, providing long lasting seals. EDPM’s are specially formulated to withstand wide temperature ranges and are excellent for sealing and weather stripping applications. These products are die-cuttable to customer specification.

Applications

Athletic Equipment

  • Gloves
  • Waders
  • Wetsuits
  • Knee and elbow pads.

Industrial Capacity

  • Insulation
  • Expansion joint filler in masonry and concrete work
  • Filler support sealant in traffic bearing joints.

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Custom Fabrication

Clark Foam Products makes it our business to develop and produce exceptional flexible foam products to meet the exact requirements for each and every customer. We have the expertise, experience, and technology to satisfy your most challenging foam component, packaging and product challenges.

Design Services

Clark Foam Products will combine cutting-edge engineering and foam conversion processes with a dedication to quality and complete customer satisfaction. We will work with you to design your custom component, packaging or product, select the proper materials and have your solution manufactured and shipped.

Image to DXF

Clark Foam’s patented .dfx imaging is portable imaging technology allows for on-site rapid imaging of tools and components. In a simple three-step process, our Portable Imaging Technology will create and catalog as many as three files a minute, creating a completed spec of tools or components, this is achieved by converting jpeg images into .dfx files.