Spray Foam Insulation
Spray Foam Insulation is an HCFC and CFC Free two component 1:1 ratio, rigid foam system which, when processed through suitable spray machinery, will produce a rigid foam of approximate density 35kg/m³ with exceptionally good compressive strength.
- Exterior or insulation
- Ocean going yachts / canal barges
- Internal industrial roofing
- Domestic slate or tiled roofs
Spray Foam Insulation Product Details
Spray Foam Insulation is used for insulation in:
• Exterior or interior agricultural buildings
• Ocean going yachts/canal barges
• Internal industrial roofing
• Domestic slate or tiled roofs
Spray Foam Insulation can be processed through all standard foam spray machines. The machine should be capable of maintaining the mix ratio at ±2% accuracy and controlling the component temperatures at 40-50°C (variable).
See Technical Data Sheet for recommended machine settings.
Please consult the technical data sheet for full technical product data.
The substrate should be clean, dry and free of dirt, grease, oil and loose particles.
In certain cases primer may be necessary to maximise adhesion.
Climatic conditions must be suitable for spraying with regard to humidity and wind velocities.
The foam should be built up in passes of not less than 15mm and not more than 10 minutes should elapse between passes.
The requirements of any relevant Agrément Certificates or British Standards should be followed.
Spray Foam Insulation is a two component, modified polyurethane rigid foam which, sprayed through suitable foam machinery, gives a product of nominal density 35 kg/m³.
Laboratory test results (typical):
Cream time: 3-5 seconds
Tack free time: 10-16 seconds
Rise time: 20-30 seconds
Free rise density: 26-30 kg/m³
Shelf Life & Personal Protection
Shelf life of Spray Foam Insulation is 6 months. The recommendations in our Safety Data Sheet for this product must be followed at all times.
Health & Safety
Before using this product, please ensure you have received and read carefully both the Hazard Label applied to the container and the relevant Material Safety Data