|Seat Foam Size||Foam Type||Color||Part Number|
|3" X 16" X 18"||CF42 / CF45 / CF47 |
(1" Soft, 1" Medium, 1" Firm)
|Pink, Blue, Green||01-09300|
|Confor Form (formerly called Temperfoam) is the conforming foam cushion that was developed for the “Astronaut’s Couch” back in the Apollo space program. Confor Foam has the capability of absorbing a tremendous amount of impact shock compared to common polyfoam and it is flame resistant. It is an excellent product that will give your seats enduring comfort that you never thought possible. Adapts to you for pressure point-free comfort that is really incredible. The best universal cushion for aircraft use is a 3” CF42/CF45/CF47 laminate. Confor Foam meets FAR 25.853, FAR 25.855, and CAL 117 burn specifications making it excellent for certified aircraft or homebuilts. Some special sizes in 1”, 2”, or 3” thicknesses are available on special request.|
I tried building a robot vacuum gripper out of CF47 green and had a 4 start experience, but CF45 blue is the right combination of squishy and sealy to make my robot happy. 5/5
Great improvement in my pilot seat.
Good product. 1 st one was torn due to a packaging error but as usual Aircraft Spruce ( Carolyn Leon ) took care of it 👍
Just as advertised. Really firm when cold
Looks great and Im sure it will work for my Porsche 914 GT front seat bottom. Cant wait to get it fitted.
Wow! What a difference a pad can make. I fly a j3 Piper Cub and simply cut the pad to fit the existing seat covers. Having the 3 layers really make the difference. Ordered up another pad for the back seat too.
I now have more than seven hundred hours in three years sitting on the three layer laminate cushion. Im sure that a $1,500 dollar seat from oregon aero would be better but they quoted me a six week turnaround! I removed my seat cover and totally ruined mooney cushion, then installed this conforfoam cushion and it is awesome. Remember that it is temperature sensitive so on a cold morning it will be very hard and sit you up higher until it warms up and conforms. frankly this may be the best $100 you spend on your airplane. for any airplane where the seat frame is a pan and not a web this is a must.
Just working with foam now, just big enough for 172n seat bottom with left over pieces for leg bolsters. Cuts fine with a hobby hot wire, but,,,, cuts great with kitchen knives, bread types! Excellent saw-a-bility. Look fwd to firmer support.
The perfect solution for my sore bottom!
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Part No. 01-09310: 1" X 16" X 18"
Part No. 01-09320: 2" X 16" X 18"
Part No. 01-09300: 3" X 16" X 18"
No, these come as raw foam in three different sizes to be used in seat cushions. Covers can be made at an upholstery shop but they are not included. We do offer pre-covered seat cushions and boosters, such as 13-02923, but they do not use the same type of foam.
Part # 01-09300 is a bonded stack of the 3 foams. It will ship as one complete piece.
This foam does not come standard with certificate of compliance for flammability. However, you can request it at the time of order in the cart for an additional fee.
It is a polyurethane base foam.
Approx 1.1 and 1.4 lbs
3m super 77 (our part number 09-28330) would be a good option.
3M super 77 (our part number 09-28330) would be a good option.