The first edition of the Safety Guidelines for the Flexible Polyurethane Foam Industry has been originally published in 2016. In the meantime, there have been advances in the regulatory regime governing the use of substances in the flexible polyurethane foam industry (most notably concerning diisocyanates), and the overall knowledge on the best health and safety […]
EUROPUR has updates the Map of Flexible PU Foam Plants in Europe for year 2022. You can download it via the link below.
A first brochure on end-of-life options for flexible PU foams was published by EUROPUR in 2015.
EUROPUR has updated the map of flexible slabstock foam plants in Europe. It is available for download with the link below.
PU foams are not considered to be hazardous products nor mixtures of dangerous substances. They are industrial polymers and “articles” under the REACH Regulation. As such it is not needed to provide safety data sheets to customers.
From the Europur and Euro-Moulders conference 2018 Over 300 participants including representatives from over 45 foam manufacturers attended the Europur and Euro-Moulders annual conference.
Flexible Polyurethane foam can be applied on the interior side of walls, partitions or ceilings for the purpose of sound treatment, sound insulation, sound absorption or for otherwise altering the acoustic properties of a room.
EUROPUR has published a map of flexible slabstock foam plant in Europe.
EUROPUR has prepared a factsheet providing for an overview of possible solutions for the end-of-life treatment of flexible polyurethane foam from mattresses and furniture.
At EUROPUR’s Annual Conference, Angela Austin, from Labyrinth Research and Market Ltd, presented the results of the annual data collection she is carrying out for our trade association. This year her project was extended to cover additional important flexible PU foam producing countries, such as Russia, Turkey or the Ukraine.