Woodbridge INOAC Technical Products offers a range of products for your medical application, including open celled reticulated foams and fine celled non-reticulated foams.
Medical reticulated foam is a thin membrane of polyurethane encapsulating a network of open pores. Reticulation process that uses heat and pressure - removes the membranes for completely open-pore foam with a skeletal structure through which fluids and gases easily pass. The foam can be made with pore sizes ranging from 4 to 100 pores/in., void volumes of up to 98%, and surface areas up to 2,000 ft2/ft3. Pore size can be precisely governed for permeability control and design flexibility, as well as an aesthetic appearance when needed.
Fine celled non-reticulated hydrophilic foams keep the polyurethane membrane in tack allowing fluids to be absorbed into the cell structure. This provides a fast wicking rate and good retention which can be key in developing a medical application.
Our portfolio of products specifically developed for the medical field includes Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Foam (NPWT), Advanced Wound Care Foams and other medical foams for Medical Wipes, Patient Monitoring, Preoperative Skin Preparation and Medical Swabs.
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The Woodbridge Group supplies products that provide five key functions, offering comfort, acoustics, safety, structural and insulation properties. Woodbridge supplies: seat cushioning, seat frame components, interior soft trim, occupant safety components, noise/vibration/harshness solutions, cargo management products, composite sheet foam products, engineered technical foams, assembly services and product development.
Since INOACs conception in 1926 to its expansion into overseas activities, including North America in 1985, INOAC has strived to create a vast “forest” from these business “seeds” of various materials designed to meet and exceed client expectations. As INOACs material expertise has expanded, so too have the industries that INOAC contributes to, including: automotive, electronics, home furnishings, consumer products, building materials, and healthcare. Today, INOAC has developed into a conglomerate, supplying diverse products and services, thereby contributing and giving back to society.