EPS (Styrofoam | airpop®)

What is EPS?

EPS is a polystyrene-based particle foam with unique properties. This versatile material not only protects your products during transport, but is also used in many technical applications.


EPS can be 100% recycled and is either directly returned to the production cycle or converted into polystyrene through melting processes to find a second life in new products.

Individual solutions

For each customer requirement we manufacture individually suitable solutions. Our transport packaging and blanks reliably protect your sensitive and high-quality goods. With our technical molded parts, a wide variety of geometries and applications can be realised. No matter whether EPS blanks, EPS boxes or EPS moldings, we have the know-how to realise your customer project quickly and reliably. Environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Advantages of the material

EPS molded part

Tube test tray made of EPS (Styrofoam) for safe and fast handling

EPS molded part

EPS glass pack to protect sensitive products from breakage during transport

EPS molded part

End caps with breakpoints made of EPS (Styrofoam®)

EPS molded part

EPS (Styrofoam®) hot side manifold

EPS molded part

Individual Party Pack customer solution made of EPS

EPS molded part

EPS (Styrofoam®) shuttle sleeve

EPS molded part

EPS box with great insulation properties – can be used as thermal packaging

EPS molded part

Spool for fiber optic wire made of EPS (Styrofoam®)

Molded parts





Thermal Packaging


customer solutions

Where can EPS be used?

EPS or also Styrofoam can be manufactured to almost any product and in any shape. Whether molded part, Styrofoam packaging or dunnage trays, but also as molded part for the automotive or construction industry – EPS is versatile. And its many positive properties, such as lightness and robustness, make the particle foam EPS a popular material.

EPS, airpop®, Styrofoam

Three names for one material Expandable polystyrene (EPS) was developed by BASF in 1949 and has since been known under the brand name Styrofoam. In 2014, European manufacturers of packaging and molded parts made of EPS introduced the new name airpop® engineered air.
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