We emboss foam by passing it through an engraved roller under controlled pressure and temperature approaching 500°F. The embossing process increases the density of the foam cells at the surface. This changes the acoustical signature to aid in better low-frequency absorption and provides a unique aesthetic look. 

Common Applications:


Embossing and Foam Embossing

Embossing Machine


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of foam embossing?  

  • Aesthetics  
  • Increases the density of foam cells at the surface 
  • Changes sound signature of the foam and improve low-frequency absorption 
  • Increases the perception of value for the product.  

 How does Foam Embossing work?  

  • The foam embossing process relies on a heat produced by circulating hot oil through a metal nip roll at 500 F. The roller is engraved with a pattern that is transferred to foam under heat and pressure.  

 

Does embossing change the acoustical signature?  

  • The embossing process increases the density of the foam cells at the surface. This changes the acoustical signature to aid in better low-frequency absorption and provides a unique aesthetic look.