(1) Rigid or spongy mass formed by the dispersal of gas bubbles. (2) Whitish mass of bubbles, which are formed, on the surface of liquid.
A plastic foam insulation product, pressed or extruded into board-like forms, used as sheathing and insulation for interior basement or crawl space walls or beneath a basement slab; can also be used for exterior applications inside or outside foundations, crawl spaces, and slab-on-grade foundation walls.
Foam core panels
A type of structural, insulated product with foam insulation contained between two facings of drywall, or structural wood composition boards such as plywood, waferboard, and oriented strand board.
Insulation surrounding the surface of a water heater tank.
Foam insulation, snap-on
Foam ladder tips
Lightweight rubber that has a great amount of trapped air in the bubbles within the material. This treated rubber forms a firm, spongy foam that is used in seats, mattresses, etc.