UL Classified polyurethane foam kits that meet ASTM E-84 Flame Spread requirements. Cylinder foams are dispensed with a dispensing wand or professional dispensing unit.
Yields based on theoretical calculations and may vary depending on ambient conditions and application:
- 1/4" bead size: 19,572 ft.
- 3/8" bead size: 8,688 ft.
- 1/2" bead size: 4,887 ft.
Tack-free time: approximately 10 minutes
1" bead at room conditions fully cures in 12-24 hours, cuttable in 1 hour.
Wear protective glasses or goggles, nitrile gloves and protective clothing. Use in a well ventilated area.
Handi-Foam ® Cylinder Foam is a multiple purpose, UL classified polyurethane foam designed within the international guidelines for protection of the ozone layer, and with respect to the Montreal Protocol, 1987 and other environmental guidelines, utilizing a nonflammable, non-ozone depleting blowing agent to assist in the safety of the end user. It is designed for the professional user, and dispensed through a flexible hose with a valve controlled dispensing nozzle. For added control, it may be used with a reusable one-component dispensing unit.
Apply Handi-Foam Cylinder Foam onto any clean surface to fill and seal beneath base plates, mud sills, top plate penetrations, corner joints, T-joints, exterior cracks, around utility panels, pipes, duct penetrations, etc. It is specifically designed to be dispensed as a bead for filling cracks, crevices, and to fill smaller cavities on flat or irregular surfaces.
The pre-pressurized, portable one-component foam system, applied in a bead form, expands and cures slowly over several hours to a semi-rigid, closed cell foam upon reaction with moisture, such as ambient humidity.
Handi-Foam Cylinder Foam dries tack-free within 10 minutes or less depending on moisture and temperature conditions, is cuttable within 1 hour and fully cures in 12-24 hours.
Handi-Foam Cylinder Foam adheres to almost all building materials with the exception of surfaces such as polyethylene, Teflon®, silicone, oils, greases, mold release agents, and similar materials.
Optimum chemical temperature is between 65°F and 80°F (18°C to 27°C), but may be applied in cold or hot ambient conditions, as long as the working chemical temperature range is maintained. Cured foam is dimensionally stable, and known to be resistant to
temperatures ranging between -200°F to +240°F (-129°C to + 115°C).
Handi-Foam is water resistant and will not harm electrical wire insulations, Romex®, rubber, PVC, polyethylene or other plastic (i.e. PEX, CPVC). It is approved for use around wires, plumbing penetrations, etc., and contains no formaldehyde. When cured, polyurethane foam is permanent, chemically inert, non-reactive and stable for an indefinite period of time. Cured foam should be protected against UV rays (i.e. sunlight) by painting or staining to
prevent long term discoloration or degradation.