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Old 13th November 2007, 00:03   #1
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I wanted to ask the ICEy gurus here if Ethafoam is available here. It's a closed cell foam type, and I have seen it being sold only on websites related to sound. So I was hoping you guys would have some sort of a clue. I would need sheets that are atleast 38mm thick. And the requirement is of a small quantity.

It seems that Ensolite is also an alternative to Ethafoam. That would do well too.

So is it available here? If so, any ballpark costs? Any contacts? Any help is totally appreciated.

EDIT: This is what I'm talking about: Puzzlefoam Ethafoam 143cm x 33cm x 40mm - Puzzlefoam Ethafoam 143cm x 33cm x 40mm - Puzzlefoam Ethafoam 143cm x 33cm x 40mm -

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Check with shops that deal in mattresses in Bombay. They would surely be able to source this for you.
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Hi.

I wanted to ask the ICEy gurus here if Ethafoam is available here.
there used to be a brand called MM foam that looked similar, but for damping butyl rubber based products are more effective.
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there used to be a brand called MM foam that looked similar, but for damping butyl rubber based products are more effective.
But Navin san, I do not want this for damping. More like for protection against metal. And I have to use one of these. All Google searches only took me to either Audio related pages or vaguely related to gymnasium applications.

I was hoping that I'd get an easier lead here.
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But Navin san, I do not want this for damping. More like for protection against metal. And I have to use one of these. All Google searches only took me to either Audio related pages or vaguely related to gymnasium applications..
you will find this at the upholstery shops in haji ali.
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