• Tack free in 10 minutes. Fully cured in 12-24 hours. (Cure times vary based on
bead size, temperature andhumidity.) Trimmable in <1 hour (1” bead).
• Foam will provide a high flow rate and unsurpassed performance in cold
temperature due to the low viscosity and robust formulation.
• Adheres to almost all building materials with the exception of surfaces such as
polyethylene, Teflon®, silicone, oils and greases, mold release agents, and similar
Approvals & Standards:
• UL Classified–file #R-13919 Caulking and Sealants
• ASTM E-84 (12.5%board coverage)
• Flame Spread 25
• Smoke Developed 50
• VOC Content: Contains less than 20% by weight VOC's
• NFPA 30B Classification: Level 2 Aerosol
Surface Preparation & Application:
Wear protective gloves, protective eyewear and suitable work clothes during use. Use
with adequate ventilation. Optimum temperature for use is between 65°-80°F (18°C
-27°C). Clean grease and oil off surfaces to be foamed. Cover surrounding surfaces.
1. Shake well. Screw nozzle adapter onto valve stem, being careful not to activate valve.
2. With valve end of can down(i.e., with base of can upright during use), slowly press
trigger to dispense foam. Test on experimental surface.
3. Dries tack - free in approximately 10 minutes, trimmable in 1 hour and cures in 12
-24 hours. Do not disturb uncured foam.
4. Uncured foam can be cleaned up with acetone. Excess cured foam can be removed by
trimming with a sharp knife. Do not use acetone or other solvents to remove product
5. Cured foam exposed to outdoors must be covered with paint or stain within 2 days.
6. Store upright in cool, dry area. Leave nozzle on can. To reuse, cut 1 in. (3 cm) off
Approximately 560 linear feet @ 3/8” bead. Yield
will vary depending on ambient conditions &
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES FOR USE, HANDLING, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL:
Use in a well ventilated area. Do not get on eyes or skin. Do not breathe vapors. Wear gloves and eye protection with side shields.
Product is EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE WHEN DISPENSING!
Vapor may ignite explosively. Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Do not smoke.
Extinguish all flames and pilot lights. Turn off stoves, heaters, electrical motors, and
other sources of ignition during use and until vapor is gone. Do not puncture, strike or incinerate can. Do not expose to heat or store above 120°F.
Do not place in hot water or near radiators, stoves or other sources of heat.
Do not keep can in direct sunlight or high temperature areas, such as automobiles.
If exposed to heat or direct sunlight, container may explode. Store in a cool dry
place. Use only as directed. This product is combustible and may constitute a fire
hazard if improperly used. DO NOT USE NEAR OPEN FLAME. Cured foam may
be combustible if exposed to flame or temperatures above 240°F. If burned,
cured foam may release hazardous decomposition products. For additional information
refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet.
Uncured foam can be cleaned up with paint thinner or acetone. Cured foam cannot be
removed with solvents. Excess cured foam can be removed by trimming with a sharp
knife. DO NOT use acetone or other solvents to remove product from skin. SKIN
CONTACT: Wipe excess uncured foam off with a paper towel immediately. Wash
remaining uncured foam immediately with soap and water. Remaining uncured residue
can be removed with petroleum jelly or baby oil. For cured foam, soak in warm soapy
water, then apply petroleum jelly. Cured foam will wear off in time. Remove contaminated clothing.