Frequently asked questions
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Density refers to the weight of the foam in kilograms per cubic metre and is how we measure the quality of the foam. The higher the density of foam, the longer the foam will last. A cubic metre of foam weighing 20 kilograms would have a density of 20 and so on.
The hardness of foam refers to its firmness and is measured by taking a standard piece of foam and recording how much pressure is needed to compress it. Hardness and density should not be confused with each other as high density foam is not necessarily hard and low density foam is not necessarily soft.
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