Good balance of strength, oil, chemical, and UV resistance makes Neoprene the most commonly used foam material
The most weather resistant foam, with a wide range of chemical compatibility, steam resistance, and a good temperature range.
Excellent resistant to high and low temperatures, and long lasting material that returns to its shape after compression longer than other foam materials
Similar to Silicone, Viton withstands high temperatures and is superior material for oil and chemical resistance.
The standard choice when oil resistance is requred. This strong material also resists water and mild chemicals.
A tough, wear resistant material used as for dust sealing and cushioning.
Versatile material used for shock absorption and cushioning.
EVA has good tear resistance and is often used for straps and padding.
Polyethylene has good chemical resistance and is a good shock absorber.