Biobased Foaming Board

Product details
More than 30% Fiber Particulate Composite plus 70% EVA and PE.
Ingredient :
  1. Fiber Particulate Composite.
  2. Low Density Polyethylene.
  3. Polyethylene vinyl acetate tables EVA (Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate Copolymer).
  4. Calcium carbonate CaCO(talc).
  5. Bridging, Foaming agent DCP etc.
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Renewable Resources

Use renewable natural resources, including bamboo, wood, agricultural waste, etc., to extend the life cycle of agricultural by-products. 
Plants are a renewable natural resource. During the growth process, they will perform photosynthesis, absorb carbon dioxide in the air, offset the impact of greenhouse gas emissions, and are environmentally friendly.

30% Petrochemical EVA Reduction

Bio based materials made from renewable natural resources replace some petrochemical materials. More than 30% plant fiber composite materials are used as foaming materials.
That is to say that the production process can reduce the use of petrochemical raw materials, can reduce carbon emissions, can lower the ore mining, and slow down the impact on the environment.

29% Biobased Carbon

Made of more than 30% plant fiber composite materials. It has the same characteristics as traditional EVA, except that the source of raw materials is 30% different.
After inspection, the biobased carbon content is 29%. This meets the standards of the United States, Japan and Taiwan - the bio based material contents more than 25%.

Friendly to Environment

Using biological matrix as an additive filling material will increase the foam density or destroy the formation of cell walls, and form uneven micro-holes.
Raw materials come from natural resources and is beneficial to the environmental protection. It is an excellent "green" packaging material.

25° Biobased Foam

Foaming type:chemically cross-linked
Foaming ratio:23±3%
Thickness:82 mm
Sheet Size:W1200 mm x L2300 mm
Application:Foam lining for the whole layer
Advantage:Environmentally friendly packaging materials
(Few acid in EVA, metal tools need to be rustproofed well)