Airex is a manufacturer of closed-cell foam exercise mats used for gymnastics, exercise, fitness, yoga, Pilates, and balance training. With more than 50 years of experience in foam technology, Airex AG is a leader in the exercise foam industry. Founded in Sins, Switzerland in 1956, Airex AG has manufactured foam exercise mats since 1960. Airex developed textured foam cores, closed-cell foam, and continuous extrusion of lightweight polymer foam panels. The Airex manufacturing process guarantees product durability. The Swiss quality of Airex products meets or exceeds current legal regulations in regards to materials and accident prevention measures.
Airex AG is part of the 3A Composites business unit, which is part of Schweiter Technologies AG. The unique closed-cell specialty foam used in AIREX products was developed over the course of many years of trails. This extremely durable foam material is supportive, warm, soft and cushioning. Airex foam products makes exercises extremely easy on joints, tendons and muscles for efficient training. Airex AG products are certified according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. AIREX foam products are produced in compliance with the CE requirements according to Directive 93/43/EEC for class 1 medical devices. Airex's newest products include the Airex Balance Foam Products.
Airex Additional Information
- Airex Balance Cleaning Instructions provides information about cleaning and storing the Balance foam products.
- Airex Exercise Mats Care Instructions offers disinfecting and cleaning information.
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Airex Foam Exercise Mat Video (2:26 minutes)
Airex Balance Pad Video (1:03 minutes)