1248 Birchwood Dr.
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Fax: (408) 212-8348
EPS Foam Block Making Machines
FoamLinx has teamed up with the largest EPS machine foam maker in China,
and is happy to introduce a turn key solution for EPS block foam molding
FoamLinx installs the foam making system, trains and provides full support for
all parts in the system.
We also provide custom and unique solutions for SIP panels and custom
panel manufacturing with our custom built and designed foam cutters
and foam slicers.
Each and every factory has its own specifications and needs, starting
from a floor plan and ending in the manufacturing work-flow.
Some factories need the foam coated, treated, laminated or even
machined to a specific contour.
Why work with us ?
Buying directly from the manufacture has its down sides:
The manufacturer usually only sells
the foam equipment - the customer on his side needs to purchase the other
components - Boiler, Steam tank, compressor and so on. Finding the exact equipment
that is missing may be an issue as well as making sure that all
pipes, tubing, valves and controllers fit.
Some countries do not allow or have very strict regulations regarding the import
of these pieces of equipment. Foamlinx has extensive experience in these
Training is done by Foamlinx
personal in English. Our engineers stay at the job site till the factory is up
and running and making foam.
Warrantee, spare parts: In any
situation where one machine is not operational, Foamlinx supply's the support,
and spare parts if needed.
No need to contact the manufacturer that may be at 16 hours difference where
sometimes the language barrier can not be overcome.
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Expanded Polystyrene, or EPS for short, is a light weight, rigid, plastic foam
insulation material produced from solid beads of polystyrene, Expansion is
achieved by virtue of small amounts of pentance gas dissolved into the
polystyrene base material during production. The gas expands under the action of
heat , applied as steam, to form perfectlly closed cells of EPS. These cells
occupy approximately 40 times the volumn of the original polystyrene bead. The
EPS beads are then moulded into appropriate foams suited to their application.
It is most commonly used for packaging foodstuffs, medical supplies, electrical
consumer goods and insulation panels for building.