The Dena Marshal Traffic is the product of 17 years research and development. DMT resistance to moisture matched also barriers with 5/6/7/8 lb.. densities, makes the Dena a magnificent choice for both residential and commercial as well as marvelous for traffics flooring applications.
The Dena Marshal Traffic is the best advocacy cushion for your floors and extends the life of your carpet while providing added comfort to your places at an affordable and excellent price. The product comes with an attached moisture barrier green PE to prevent spills from reaching the foam and subfloor.
Polyurethane formulations cover an extremely wide range of stiffness, hardness, and densities. These materials include:
Polyurethane foam is widely used in high resiliency flexible foam seating, rigid foam insulation panels, microcellular foam seals and gaskets,durable elastomeric wheels and tires, automotive suspension bushings,electrical potting compounds, seals, gaskets,carpet underlay, and hard plastic parts (such as for electronic instruments).
|Name||Dansity -Tick||Size||Color||PE Color||Features||
|Dena||6 - 3/8||30 / 40 Yard||Green||Green||Marshal|
|Dena||8 - 7/16||30 / 40 Yard||Natural||Clear||Cloud||Yes|
|Dena||6 - 7/16||30 / 40 Yard||Yellow||Yellow||Apple|
|Alborz||8 - 3/8||30 / 40 Yard||Green||Green||Major||Yes|
|Alborz||9 - 3/8||30 / 40 Yard||Natural||Clear||Chief||Yes|
|Zagros||6 - 3/8||30 / 40 Yard||Natural||Clear||Star|
|Zagros||7 - 3/8||30 / 40 Yard||Green||Green||Sarg|
* 100% Rebounded foam provides excellent comfort and strength for all your indoor commercial or residential flooring applications
* Used over concrete, vinyl, tile and wood subfloors for carpet applications, best for texture, twist and pattern carpets
* Moisture barrier prevents spills from soaking through pad for easy clean up* Leed points include MR 4.1, EQ 4.3, and MR 2.1
* Manufactured with 90% recycled materials; 100% recyclable after use
Our products have many uses. Over three quarters of the global consumption of polyurethane (PU) products is in the form of foams, with flexible and rigid types being roughly equal in market size. In both cases, the foam is usually behind other materials: flexible foams are behind upholstery fabrics in commercial and domestic furniture; rigid foams are inside the metal and plastic walls of most refrigerators and freezers, or behind paper, metals and other surface materials in the case of thermal insulation panels in the construction sector. Its use in garments is growing: for example, in lining the cups of brassieres. Polyurethane is also used for moldings which include door frames, columns, balusters, window headers, pediments, medallions and rosettes.