The polyurethane foam is a cellular material that contains a high percentage of air in its volume.In 1937 Prof. Dr. Otto Bayer is running for the first time in the lab the polyaddition reaction and discovers the polyurethane chemistry.

Since the beginning of the forties the first rigid polyurethane foam has great use in isolation, in buildings, industrial electronics and packaging.In the early fifties is processed the first elastic foam and quickly meets the support of professionals and the public in the use of pillows, mattresses and upholstered furniture elements in general.

The main characteristics of polyurethane foam are the elasticity and resilience, requirements that makes it able to withstand considerable deformation under stress and to regain its original size when it is stopped. The microcellular structure of polyurethane allows air exchange and dispersion of moisture (humidity and lack of air are the main factors that favor the formation of dust mites and bacteria), furthermore allows the body to enjoy a natural perspiration. Besides these intrinsic properties to the material, we were able to improve the quality of the finished product through routing (design and production on the plate by drilling machines technologically precise).

It is important to remember that in addition to the basic raw materials, production of foam requires a plurality of additional chemicals products which are reached very different characteristics in relation to the specific weight, softness, resistance to stretch and elasticity, which thus contribute actively to the quality of the final product.

For environmental protection and health safety of our customers, our company uses polyurethane foam free of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).

It 's important to point out that the amount of input of each component are checked in real time with extreme precision gauges and values are continuously recorded by staff in the facilities of our suppliers.
We conclude that the polyurethane foam can be easily recycled in a physical and chimical way through energy recovery.