Intro Foam Insulation is a closed-cell, two-component, quick-cure polyurethane spray foam that fills cavities, penetrations, cracks and expansion joints. Unlike one-component foam, IntroFoam Insulation is a chemically cured foam, significantly reducing curing time.
For filling cavities, penetrations, cracks and expansion joints, amongst several other applications, the chemically-cured IntroFoam has significant advantages, including a reduced curing time and a shorter wait for the foam to become tack-free. When you’ve run out of this great product, refillable cylinders are available.
Theoretical Yield (Board Feet)= 200 Board Feet (0.46 m3)
Spray Foam requirements are calculated in “Board Feet”. A Board Foot is simply an area of cured foam measuring 12″ x 12″ x 1″ thickness after curing. Example: if you have a surface that is 40′ x 8′ and want the foam 2″ thick you would need 640 board feet (40x8x2 = 640).
IntroFoam 200 Kit includes:
- 1 Iso (A) cylinder
- 1 Polyol (B) cylinder
- 6 Cone white spray nozzles – 259219
- 4 Fan spray nozzles – 259216
- 9 ft. gun hose assembly (GHA)
- 1 petroleum jelly packet
- Simple application, no complicated procedures, professional results
- Dispenses expands and becomes tack free in seconds
- Cures in 1 minute
IntroFoam 200 is typically used as a foam insulating sealant to fill cavities, wall and floor penetrations, and is also commonly used to repair spray-applied polyurethane applications. Froth-Pak can be used in either interior or exterior industrial, commercial, institutional and residential settings. If used in an exterior setting, a coating must be applied for UV protection.
Read all instructions and safety information (MSDS) before using any products. Foam bonds to the skin quickly – wear gloves, eye protection and work clothes during application. Use drop cloths and mask work areas.
The surface should be free of oil, grease and excess moisture. For best results, apply in 24°C (75°F) temperature. Froth-Pak can be applied effectively in cold temperatures (above freezing) provided the kit contents are at least 24°C (75°F).
For best results, the tank contents should be at 24°C (75°F) or warmer.