SDR Utility Foam

Support. Deflect. Rebound.

SDR Utility Foam

Our team of engineering experts cut SDR Utility Foam to your specific needs to support, deflect and rebound no matter the application. SDR Utility Foam is a versatile product with applications as diverse as side curtain airbags, headliner filler and more.

SDR Utility Foam is a multi-use Micro-Cellular Polyethylene Foam designed for a variety of applications. Providing a reaction surface engineered specifically for rapid deployment, SDR Utility Foam’s unique cellular structure provides responsive loading and reliable performance.

Precision Parts

We utilize a team of advanced engineers and support staff with years of experience to ensure each foam block is cut and designed specifically for your application. By perfecting the manufacturing process, we can ensure there are no tooling requirements and save our customers time and money.

Why SDR Utility Foam


Decreased vehicle weight

Up to 90 percent lighter than extruded metal, 70 percent lighter than extruded plastic and close to 98 percent lighter than rubber directional airbag deploy-assist systems

Increased safety

SDR Foam is approved as part of the FMVSS226 standard for airbag deployment. It protects passengers by ensuring that the airbag deploys as it is designed.

Fast turnaround

Because of our industry-leading turnaround, production parts are available in as little as two weeks.

Save money

Coastal Automotive doesn’t require expensive or time-consuming tooling accessories. Our on-site engineering team specifically designs your parts for your specific application, ultimately saving you money.

Zero-waste production

SDR is designed, manufactured and customized with zero waste. All pieces not used are recycled and repurposed.


Applications for SDR Utility Foam

SDR Utility Foam’s unique characteristics work in many applications:

  • Side airbag directional deploy-assist
  • Side doors – placeholder, directional assist
    Bumper stability
  • Holders for AC unit ducts in headliners, dash and other areas in the cabin
  • Garnish reinforcements
  • Headliner filler

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