General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Flexible foams for Aerospace

General Plastics Manufacturing Company offers unique open-celled flexible polyurethane foams with engineered energy absorption properties. These foams allow users to design systems delivering good efficiency while absorbing energy at a consistent, controlled rate. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Heat-formed Polyurethane Core

LAST-A-FOAM® FR-4300 heat-formable foam is unique flame-retardant structural polyurethane foam. It is intended for composite panel cores and other structures where compound-curved surfaces or other details can be made with low-cost heat-forming methods. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Polyurethane Foam for Nuclear Waste Transportation

General Plastics has been the leader in collision and fire protection for nuclear transportation packages for more than 40 years. The proven impact resistance of the LAST-A-FOAM® FR-3700 series, coupled with its fire protection properties, make it the ideal material for applications in nuclear materials and extremely hazardous waste transportation. FR-3700 outperforms wood and other... (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Canopy/Mansard Support Block

Our high-density polyurethane foam blocks provide a thermal barrier for metal canopy or mansard supports where they penetrate the building exterior walls. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - LAST-A-FOAM R-3300 Submersible Foam

LAST-A-FOAM® R-3300 submersible foam is optimal for nuclear reactor underwater robotics applications. This premier closed-cell material, in 12-, 15-, and 18-pcf. densities, machines effortlessly to precisely match the unique robotics automation design. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Foam board for protoypes and models

General Plastics is manufactures standard & custom rigid polyurethane foams, flexible polyurethane foams & production parts. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Standard & custom closed-cell rigid foam

GP manufacturers standard and custom closed cell foam. Available as polyurethane rigid foams. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Blast Containment Mitigation Structures

Blast Containment Mitigation Structures

The BLAST-TAMER® wall system incorporates advanced technology polyurethane foam designed to mitigate inadvertent explosion.

It provides cost-effective, space-saving storage of such volatile materials as military ordnance, pyrotechnics, high-explosives and combustible chemicals. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Shock Absorbing Flexible Foams

General Plastics’ open-cell flexible polyurethane foams deliver efficiency while absorbing energy at a consistent, controlled rate. Our flexible foam sheets can be used in series or in parallel to relieve static stress on flexible shock-attenuation material. They can also break up resonance or change shock-pulse frequencies. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Sub-sea hydrostatic foam

LAST-A-FOAM® R-3300 is a hydrostatic-pressure resistant foam formulation with outstanding (up to 350 psi) resistance to penetration by water and other liquids. It is available in densities of 15 and 18 lbs/cubic foot. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Tooling Board for Aerospace Industry

High-Temperature, High-Density Epoxy-Urethane Foam: an Economical Alternative for Soft Tool and Molds. LAST-A-FOAM® FR-4700 HT foam is an alternate solution for soft small, monolithic or large-mass tools, as well as low-rate or rapid prototyping. It can be more rapidly machined, it is easily bonded, and it is more economical than wood, alloy or epoxy-based alternatives. (read more) (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Prototype and modeling core

Prototypes and Models-Products FR-4500 and FR-7100

Whether you are building a sports car, topographical map, movie props and sculptures, LAST-A-FOAM® has proven to be a stable and precise material for the design engineer. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Thermal Isolation For Industrial Buildings

LAST-A-FOAM® R-9300 Continuous Insulation Blocks are designed to support heavy and structural loads while maintaining thermal control throughout building interiors and exteriors. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Aerospace-grade foam for cabin interior

LAST-A-FOAM® FR-3700 meets the requirements of aircraft BMS8:133. Use for applications in

  • Models and design prototypes
  • Composite Core, especially where flame-retardancy is important
  • Honeycomb edge close-out for aircraft interior sandwich panels used in: Overhead storage bins, passenger cabin dividers, galleys and lavatories
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General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - High-Temperature Tooling Board up to 400 °F

High temperatures can be a challenge for tooling boards. Most just can't handle the heat, which increases your processing time and slows production. The FR-4700 series can withstand peak temperatures up to 400° F and continuous use temperatures up to 350° F, significantly more than other products on the market. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Composite Core Lightens Your Load

These lightweight, load-bearing panels outperform wood and metal for cargo containers, load floors, and other applications. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Build-to-print Polyurethane Flexible Integral Skin

General Plastics manufactures standard & custom urethane & polyurethane flexible integral skin foam. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Standard & custom foam tooling boards

GP manufactures standard & custom foam tooling boards. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Thermal weight -bearing blocks for construction

Cold Storage Construction Column Bearing Blocks-Products R-9300

General Plastics R-9300 Thermal Isolation Blocks series are a high-density cellular polyurethane material. They are designed to support heavy structural loads while insulating a building interior from the external elements. They are commonly used as column bearing blocks for cold storage fac... (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Urethane & polyurethane foam cores for CNC

GP manufactures standard & custom urethane & polyurethane foam cores. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Soft Tools vs. Metallic Tools? An Alternative

High-temperature, High-Density Epoxy-Urethane Foam is an economical and time-saving solution for soft small and monolithic or large-mass tools, low-rate and rapid prototyping because it can be more rapidly machined, easily bonded and it is more economical than wood, alloy or epoxy-based alternatives. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Fine-cell foams for topographical models and maps

Topographers enjoy the consistent cell-structure and density of the FR-4500 and FR-7100 foam boards, which makes cutting their models with CNC routers simple and accurate. The fine small cells allow easy paint finishing of completed models, and the dimensional stability of sheets keep models flat and true. Valued in notable institutions worldwide. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - HDU Polyurethane Foam for Signs & 3D Modeling

General Plastics high-density urethane (HDU) foam is the leading choice to replace wood in sign manufacturing. Its ease of machining makes it the ideal material for artists and its long-term durability allows it to withstand harsh climates. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Marine & Military Specification Foam

Manufacturer of standard & custom marine & military specification foam. General Plastics products include rigid foams, flexible foams & production parts. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - Tank Isolation Protection Block for Chillers

These concave insulating blocks securely support chiller equipment outside cold-storage facilities; thereby reducing the possibility of condensation on the supporting structure. (read more)

General Plastics Manufacturing Co. - R-3300 hydrostatic-pressure resistant foam

LAST-A-FOAM® R-3300 is a hydrostatic-pressure resistant foam formulation with outstanding (up to 350 psi) resistance to penetration by water and other liquids. Reaching new depths down to 775 feet. It is available in densities of 15 and 18 lbs/cubic foot. (read more)