Happy Cheeks Bleacher Seats

Furniture Grade Molded Foam Specs

Density - 3.0# per cubic foot

Indentation Load Deflection (ILD) - 55

Thickness -  Center 2.5"

                       Outer Edges 3.0"

Resiliency - 55%

Flammability - Meets California 117

Sag Factor - 2.76

Elongation - 120%


Indentation Load Deflection:  A measure of foam firmness.  A sample is compressed to 25% of its original thickness.  The amount of force ( in pounds) required to do so, is the ILD.  Can vary from 20 (very soft) to 80 ( very firm ).

Density: A measure of the amount of chemicals used in the manufacture of the foam.  It is typically expressed in pounds per cubic foot.  Molded foam is 3.0#/cf, versus fabricated foam which is 1.5#/cf.  Higher density foam can support more weight and is more comfortable and durable. 

Resiliency: A measure of foam "springiness" or ability to resist force.  A steel ball is dropped from a height of 36", and the rebound is measured in inches.  The higher the resiliency, the more comfortable and durable the foam is.  Can vary from 10-70%

Sag Factor: A measure of load deflection at 65% compression divided by the load deflection at 25%.  The higher the Sag Factor, the more support in the foam.  Can vary from 1.0 to 3.5. 

Elongation: A measure of the ability of the foam to "stretch" before tearing. 

Find the perfect seat for any fan

Multiple Color Options to match your team

What people are saying about their happy cheeks

The perfect corporate gift to show appreciation