Subsea Buoyancy Foam: R-3312

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Subsea Buoyancy Foam for use on ROVs, AUVs, and other marine robotics applications. This foam can be machined, glued, painted, and coated to build any size or shape of float that you want.

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SKU: FLOAT-R3312-R1-VP Category:
HS Code: 3921.13.0000

Product Description

LAST-A-FOAMĀ® R-3312 is a machinable, hydrostatic pressure-resistant foams that provide buoyancy underwater. The closed-cell structure is engineered to resist penetration by water. Due to its pressure resistance to many fluids and resins, it is are also used in resin-transfer molding as a core material. LAST-A-FOAMĀ® R-3312 semi-submersible foam is optimal for shallow to mid-water underwater robotics applications.

This subsea polyurethane foam support training operations for the International Space Station, providing buoyancy for assembly components in pools that simulate weightlessness.

Features

  • Easy to machine, coat, and paint
  • Excellent compressive and insulation properties
  • Resistant to hydrostatic pressure
  • High impact resistance
  • Biologically Inert
  • Oil, grease, and solvent resistant
  • Cost-effective solution
  • Does not rot or decay
  • Performs in freshwater or saltwater
  • Compatible with many types of adhesive

Contents

  • 1 x Subsea Buoyancy Foam: R-3312

Specifications

ParameterValue
Density12 lbs/ft3192 kg/m3
Specific Gravity 0.19
Tested Depth (uncoated)300 ft91 m
Tested Depth (coated) 600 ft182 m
Sizes Available(1) 8 x 4 x 0.5 in
(2) 12 x 6 x 1 in
(3) 16 x 8 x 1 in
(4) 24 x 8 x 2.5 in
203 x 102 x 13 mm
305 x 152 x 25 mm
406 x 203 x 25 mm
610 x 203 x 64 mm
Net Buoyancy (Lifting force)(1) 0.47 lb
(2) 2.10 lb
(3) 3.74 lb
(4) 14.03 lb
212 g
953 g
1694 g
6363 g
Weight (in air)(1) 0.11 lb
(2) 0.50 lb
(3) 0.89 lb
(4) 3.33 lb
50 g
227 g
403 g
1512 g

3D Models

FLOAT-8X4X0P5-R1 (.zip)

FLOAT-12X6X1-R1 (.zip)

FLOAT-16X8X1-R1 (.zip)

FLOAT-24X8X2P5-R1 (.zip)

Documents

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) (PDF)

Revision History

14 May 2014

  • Initial Release – R1

Community

Blue Robotics Forum