The industrial hot wire foam cutter created by Foam Cutters, LLC has uses in commercial, residential, and industrial projects. Surprisingly, the polyurethane industry pervades nearly all aspects of modern life in America. Since its inception in 1849, the industry has found a home in the very foundations of the global economy. A variety of different chemical compounds can be used to make polyurethane. Therefore, a broad spectrum of variant materials can be produced, each with their own specific physical properties.

Rigid Polyurethane Foam

According to the US Department of Energy, 50 to 70 percent of the total energy used in the US comes from heating and cooling costs. Rigid polyurethane foam has proven itself as one of the most effective materials available for the insulation of roofs, walls, windows, and doors. Our industrial foam cutter has many uses including shaping material on-site to conform to any space. This can easily reduce heating and cooling energy requirements and costs. The ability of our tool to precisely cut within fractions of an inch allows you to fit foam into the smallest crevices.

Flexible Polyurethane Foam

Flexible polyurethane foam accounts for about 30 percent of the entire polyurethane market in North America. Its uses range from furniture and bedding to automotive interiors and packaging protection. Our tool can easily slice flexible polyurethane foam into any shape. This makes it the perfect industrial foam cutter tool for uses in a wide range of companies.

Our foam cutter makes on-site cutting quicker and easier than it’s been in the entirety of the industry’s history. The portability of our tool brings unprecedented levels of precision to your operation, increasing efficiency, accuracy, and overall cost-effectiveness. As a matter of fact, you can now cut to the exact dimensions you need, reducing the amount of unusable material leftover. Our tool features an adjustable-length Nichrome wire to cut anything from the largest foam blocks to the smallest, most intricate shapes.

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