A HercuLean Acheivement: Replacing Wood with Foam

HercuLean structural foam replaces wood

What if you could replace wood with a foam composite at a fraction of the weight, while making manufacturing processes easier and extending the lifespan of the end product? Nomaco’s transfoamation experts have developed just such a solution with HercuLean™ structural foam.

With a name that’s a nod to Hercules, the super strong hero from classical mythology, HercuLean was developed to provide tremendous strength in a lean, lightweight material. The resulting material, an ultra-dense structural foam, has been shown to withstand up to 72,000 pounds while being made up of 84% air.


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