Cell-Aire Foam

Cell-Aire Foam


Cell-Aire foam packaging material is a cleaner, more efficient and cost-effective solution for a range of packaging applications. Backed by the Sealed Air reputation for technical innovation, service and quality, Cell-Aire® foam packaging is:

  • An efficient replacement for bulkier, heavier packaging materials helping reduce solid waste.
  • Resistant to moisture damage over a wide range of temperatures and provides excellent thermal insulation.
  • High-cling, low-slip material.
  • Made of recyclable, low-density polyethylene.
  • Clean, leaving no greasy residue.
  • Cost and labor-efficient.
  • Non-abrasive and lightweight.
  • CFC and HCFC-free.
  • Reusable

Discover Cell-Aire Foam Performance
As part of our continuing commitment to research and development, Cell-Aire® low-density polyethylene foams are designed for consistent performance. They are formulated to provide superior high-cling, low-slip product protection without leaving the greasy residue common to most polyethylene packaging foams. Supported by a knowledgeable, consultative sales force ready to work with you to determine the best solution for your particular application, Cell-Aire® foams are recyclable through Sealed Air’s foam return program, reusable, contribute to source reduction and are CFC and HCFC-free.


Reduce Packaging Material Costs
Compared to polypropylene foams, Cell-Aire polyethylene foam provides better protection allowing you to use less wraps or down gauge to a thinner material. To further reduce material waste, Cell-Aire polyethylene foams are available in handy sheets, pouches and perforated rolls. In virtually every case, we can save your company time and money while making your job much easier!


Enhance Product Appearance
Unlike loose ll packaging, Cell-Aire foam won’t create a mess, or add to clean-up costs, for you or your customer. You can also use less material and reduce carton size.


Safeguard Delicate Surfaces
Non-abrasive Cell-Aire® foam gently protects without scratching, smudging or leaving residue. Packaging paper, newsprint, and single-face corrugated can scratch or mark delicate surfaces.