Our Capabilities

Your Foam, Your Vision: Partnering with Precision. At Envirolite, we collaborate seamlessly with our clients to co-create innovative solutions. Our team of engineers strive to implement the most advanced technologies to ensure a consistently reliable product. Our goal is to build long-term supplier and customer relationships, while delivering the highest value products in the industry.

Engineered to Deliver

Our dedicated team of talented employees and partners are routinely working to meet the changing demands of the marketplace. From concept to completion, including engineering, manufacturing, inventory management, and supply, our team continually emphasizes customer satisfaction, superior quality, and delivery.


Our facility currently processes the following:

  • Polyester polyurethane
  • Polyether polyurethane
  • Extruded polyethylene
  • Viscoelastic memory foam
  • Crosslinked EVA
  • Crosslinked PE
  • EPS (Expanded Polystyrene)
  • Nylon fabric
  • PVC vinyl
  • Angle Cutting

    Tilt vertical foam band saws are designed to cut flexible foam at angles up to 45 degrees from the vertical.

  • Compression Packing

    Compression pack and seal machines to allow more efficient pack, ship, and store product configurations.

  • Contour Cutting

    Horizontal contour cutting capabilities with circulating knives for accuracy and efficiency.

  • Convoluting

    Convoluting is a specialized process to create an "egg crate" or "peak and valley" texture on foam components.

  • Cutting & Sewing

    Discover our range of commercial sewing solutions for both small and large projects.

  • Die-cutting

    Die cutting involves stamping out custom shapes using high tonnage presses to swiftly produce precise, high-volume components.

  • Foam Shredding

    Foam shredding machines use sharp blades or rotating rollers to break down foam material into smaller pieces, facilitating recycling or disposal processes efficiently.

  • Heat Transfer

    A heat transfer machine applies heat and pressure to transfer designs from a carrier paper onto a substrate, like fabric or paper, creating durable prints.

  • Water Jet Cutting

    A water jet cutter uses a high-pressure stream of water to precisely slice through foam materials, offering clean and accurate cuts.

  • Horizontal & Vertical Cutting

    Horizontal saws move foam material across a stationary blade, while vertical saws move the blade through the foam, both slicing through the material with precision.

  • Flame Laminating

    Flame laminating foam involves passing foam over a controlled flame, causing the surface to melt slightly, then pressing another material onto it, creating a bonded composite.

  • Pillow Packaging

    Pillow packing is a packaging method that involves forming a roll of film into a tube, sealing it, or injecting gas into the bag to create a pillow pouch. 

  • Shrink Packaging

    Shrink packaging involves covering a product with shrink film, then applying heat to the film, causing it to shrink tightly around the product, creating a protective and attractive packaging.

  • Slitting

    A foam slitting machine uses sharp blades or rotating discs to cut large foam rolls into smaller, more manageable widths, facilitating production processes such as packaging or insulation.

  • Vacuum Packing

    By removing air from the package, vacuum packing helps reduce storage space for shipping and protects from environmental factors such as moisture and pests.