CORAFOAM® High density


Appreciated in all fields of modeling, art and carving, design and rapid prototyping, this range of polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foams has some unequalled features, including its great workability, precision with outlines, resistance to mechanical stress, and availability in different densities (from 80 to 490 kg/m3).

These features, together with their resistance to organic decay, atmospheric agents and salted air and the majority of solvents, have allowed polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foams to be the primary replacement for wood in many applications, among which art, tooling and signage.

Due to their resistance to mechanical stress and insulating power, polyurethanes and polyisocyanurates are also frequently used as supports in the cryogenic field.

CORAFOAM® Density (kg/m³) Initial thermal conductivity at 10°C (mW/mK) Parallel compressive resistance at 23°C (MPa) Fire behaviour Operating temperatures (°C)
EN 1602
ASTM D1622
EN 12667
ASTM C518
EN 826
ASTM D1621
RTS 60 63 24,2 0,60 DIN 4102 Class B2
EN ISO 3582 mm ≤30/s ≤60
-200/+120
RTS 80 V 83 24,8 0,86 DIN 4102 Class B2
EN ISO 3582 mm ≤30/s ≤60
-200/+120
RTS 120 120 28,0 1,68 DIN 4102 Class B2
EN ISO 3582 mm ≤15/s ≤10
-200/+120
RTS 160 161 31,0 2,40 DIN 4102 Class B2
EN ISO 3582 mm ≤15/s ≤10
-200/+120
RTS 240 240 42,0 4,50 DIN 4102 Class B2
EN ISO 3582 mm ≤15/s ≤10
-200/+120
RTS 320 320 54,0 7,50 DIN 4102 Class B2
EN ISO 3582 mm ≤15/s ≤10
-200/+120
MD 80 80 23,2 0,80 DIN 4102 Class B3 -200/+80
MD 140 140 29,0 1,65 DIN 4102 Class B3 -200/+80
MD 160 160 31,6 2,00 DIN 4102 Class B3 -200/+80
MD 250 250 43,5 4,20 DIN 4102 Class B3
EN ISO 3582 mm<65
-200/+65
MD 320 320 50,5 6,80 DIN 4102 Class B3
EN ISO 3582 mm <65
-200/+65
MD 500 490 72,0 15,20 DIN 4102 Class B3
EN ISO 3582 mm<65
-200/+65