Rajapack’s standard foam blocks are unbreakable and ideal for blocking and bracing medium weight goods in place securely in cartons during delivery.
Use to protect furniture, angled wooden objects or sharper items, even after several uses these foam blocks are guaranteed to remain rigid and keep their shape. You can also interleave them safely between delicate objects and they will not be abrasive like bubble wrap can be.
Classed as standard size blocks, they are available in 7 sizes and can easily be cut down to better protect your products. Choose 300mm by 200m blocks for stabilizing smaller objects, or up to 600mm by 600mm for larger goods such as furniture.
Order online now or call us on 0800 542 44 28 for protective packaging advice.
Sold in packs, priced per block.
Quantity Available in packs of between 10 – 100 blocks depending on the size you require. Stock up today and save with our large order discounts when your order 3 or more packs.
Size and shape options Available in 7 different sizes and thicknesses. Density 24kg / m3. Choose small 300 x 200mm blocks measuring 25mm thick for packing small household items, right up to 600 x 600 mm blocks measuring 100mm thick to block and brace large items such as furniture. You can easily cut each block down to size to suit your needs.
Materials Our standard foam blocks are made from closed cell polyethylene foam, CFC and HFC free.
Environmental information These foam blocks are robust enough to be reused so you can cut down both your packaging costs and the amount of waste produced.
Delivery information Delivered in packs of 10 – 100 foam blocks depending on the size you require.
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Good quality product meeting our requirements at a reasonable price
By Christina on 20/12/18 13:42 - Verified Purchase byTrustPilot
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As described- perfect packing blocks
By simon on 24/10/18 09:44 - Verified Purchase byTrustPilot
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The strongest cardboard box I've ever seen in my life.
I'm happy with the products.
On the other hand it was the most expensive packing materials I've ever used.
Very expensive with including with VAT and delivery charge to Northern Ireland.
By Shiro on 12/10/18 19:00 - Verified Purchase byTrustPilot