Whether you have a requirement for sports protection equipment such as ice and field hockey goalkeeper (or netminder) protection, cricket pads and glove pad manufacture or you are a provider of outdoor learning equipment in playgrounds and want an edge from leading design and manufacture in foam, you should be talking to Kewell Converters Ltd.!
We have long experience in managing inventory, manufacture and design for a wide range of customers in this area and can create foam solutions to meet your needs whether that be laminating two foams together to deliver a soft feel surface on one side with some heavy duty impact protection on the other, or perhaps you need an unusual shape fabricating for a challenging sporting or play conundrum, call us first!
SPORTS, LEISURE AND PLAY EQUIPMENT
AZOTE foam is matchless in its functional performance, providing first-rate cushioning and impact absorption across the whole range of sporting activities.
For personal protection it's the material of choice in cricket pads and gloves, protection for ice and field hockey goalkeepers, chest protectors for kart-racers, motorcycle body armour, rugby shoulder protectors and jockeys' back-protectors.
The versatility of AZOTE and its range of densities allows the lamination of different grades of foam, to offer soft foam on the inside for comfort and rigid foam on the outer coat for fail-safe impact protection.
Specific performance criteria can be met by using AZOTE foams together with other materials. With lamination, they will adhere easily to many surfaces, including fabrics, carbon fibres, solid plastics and honeycomb cores.
At KCL, we have long experience in managing inventory, manufacture and design for a wide range of customers in the sport and leisure market. We can create foam solutions to meet your needs whether that be laminating two foams together to deliver a soft feel surface on one side with some heavy duty impact protection on the other , or fabricating an unusual shape for a challenging sporting or play conundrum. Call us first!