These edging strips can be used to give cushioning protection to external corners such as the corners of furniture, cabinets, exhibition stands, and glass panels. The foamed polyethylene is a soft squishy foam that has a non-abrasive surface so can be used on highly polished surfaces such as glass. It is very robust and withstands high impact forces absorbing the energy and preventing damage. Foam edge protection strips are often used in conjunction with our surface protection foam and low tack tapes for a complete protective package.
Blue Edge Protection Foam
We stock blue edge protection foam in both U profile foam and L profile foam shapes in a range of sizes, but also available in the following profiles to special order. 'O' Profile Foam: Used for pipes and tubular items to protect against scuffs, abrasion, and impact damage. Glass Edge Protection Foam: A special profile with a thick edge profile specifically designed to give the edges of glass panels the protection they need. Notched Profile Foam: Most of our foam profiles can be notched to allow them to bend easily around corners and curves.
Frequently Asked Questions about Foam Edge Protection Strips
What are Foam Edge Protection Strips?
Foam edge protection strips are lengths of foamed polyethylene that is formed into a profiled shape. The strips are used to fit around corners and edges of furniture, cabinets, and panels to provide cushioning and protection. It has a non abrasive surface so can be used to protect highly polished surfaces.
What Colours does Edge Protection Foam come in?
The most popular colour of foam edge protection is blue, but foam edge protection also comes in other colours such as black, yellow, and white.
Can I buy Edge Protection Foam in Bulk Wholesale?
Yes you can buy edge protection foam in bulk pallet quantities at wholesale prices. The most cost effective way to buy edge protection foam is in pallet quantities of five boxes per pallet.
Is Edge Protection Foam Recyclable?
Although edge protection foam is made from low density polyethylene (LDPE) which is a plastic recycling class 4 material, many recycling plants will not accept it for recycling. This is because it can't be compressed into a bale and so it takes up a lot of space for the amount of recycled plastic it produces.