Professional Grade Spray Foam Insulation Kits
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Portable, disposable and self-contained with color-coded, pre-connected hoses.
These kits are available in sizes from 15-600 board feet and provide a quick consistent flow of foam that dries in under a minute. Foam expands 30X.
Fire Retardant (FR) and Standard Formulas available.
Available in 3 different size kits
1.75 pcf (28 kg/m3) Density
R-value = 7.12 / in.
Standard Formula Foam Kit 15 covers 15 square feet at 1 inch thick.
Standard and Fire Retardant Formula Foam Kit 200 covers 200 square feet at 1 inch thick.
Standard and Fire Retardant Formula Foam Kit 600 covers 600 square feet at 1 inch thick.
Our Spray Foam Kits use disposable, pressurized chemical cylinders to dispense polyurethane spray foams eliminating the need for external air compressors, pumping equipment or dry nitrogen. These systems provide quick and easy foam application for repairs and renovations, new installations and production applications.
Our two Component Foam Kits are suitable for use in commercial, residential, transportation and agricultural applications.
Our spray foams offer increased structural strength and sound and thermal insulation while protecting against energy-robbing air infiltration, reducing overall building energy consumption.
Spray foam can be applied to and will adhere to almost any traditional building material surfaces including; wood, concrete, polystyrene, gypsum board, fiberboard, masonry and metal. Surfaces to be sprayed must be dry, clean and free of dust, dirt, grease and other substances that may inhibit proper adhesion. For best results apply spray foam when surface and ambient temperatures are between 60° - 90°F (16° – 32°C). Chemical contents must be between 70° - 90°F (21° – 32°C) before dispensing. Use all chemical contents within 30 days of initial dispensing.
You can reach us at:
P.O. Box 15
Mansfield, MA 02048
Phone: (508) 320-9082
Or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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