Reticulated Foams

Reticulated Foam is produced by the explosion process when a foam block (of controlled pore size) is placed in a pressure vessel with reactive gases which, when ignited, blow out up to 98% of the cell walls. The structure that it leaves is a dodecahedron. This is why the cell size is the single most important characteristic of reticulated foam, followed closely by the consistency in cell dimensions. These determine the nature and working parameters of the filter itself.


  • Humidifier pads
  • Air, water, or dust filtration
  • Scrubbers
  • Ceramic filters
  • Military and medical products
  • Costumes
  • Vehicle and bacteria filters
  • Speaker grills
  • Odorize wicks
  • Face mask and pads