The OEM’s continue to increase the use of foams in the vehicle construction process.
Foams gained in use due to being lighter, available and inexpensive.
Automotive Foam comes in many forms and uses, which may include:
Controlling Noise and Vibration, adding structure to prevent flexing, predictable collision energy management and fuel efficiency.
However, it’s one of the most commonly “missed” items in the repair process. In this episode of Repair University. We discuss the uses and applications of foam in Collision Repair.
If you want more details on Automotive Foam Application visit www.3MCollision.com or I-CAR



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  1. EuroTuner

    hey guys, i have a bmw e30, now the thing is i thought of using foam products in the chassis of the car. what i want to know: a) is it wise to use it to full up the entire main support chassis rails? b) i know that they left those holes on the rails probably for letter water run out after you would have driven in water, if you full the entire rails up, would that foam act as a barrier to the water or would it be bad if it absorbs the water and it stays in there?

  2. D G

    there was no need for that woman to ask the questions.
    you could demonstrate the foam without her

  3. faronf2006

    Not saying all but the foam i found in some vehicles acted like a big sponge to absorb water & eventually rot out the panel from the inside out .

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