Polyurethane foams are exceptionally versatile as their properties can be manipulated and radically altered by changing key factors including the starting materials, blowing agents and additives used. In creating different sets of properties the range of foams are made suitable for different applications. For example, rigid foams can be sprayed onto building ceilings and walls in semi-liquid form and not only do they adhere well to the surfaces, they then solidify to form an excellent insulating layer. The padding in many chairs is made from flexible PU foams which can be moulded directly into the desired shape and it is this flexible, mouldable nature which has led to their use in a whole range of other products.
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