Handheld polyurethane foam
One-component, moisture curing, polyurethane foam. It self-expands during the polymerization process. The final volume is twice the initial volume. The fresh foam exhibits excellent adhesion on wood, concrete, stones, metals, etc. The substrate can be wet, but not covered with ice. One 750ml can yield approximately 45lt of cured foam, but this largely depends on several conditions at the application site (temperature, air humidity, dimensions of the cavity, etc.). Since the foam is self-expanding, it is suggested to leave some free space in the cavity. The cured foam is resistant to fire (B3 class) and non-toxic.
Uses: Fixing and insulation of door and window frames, filling cavities, large cracks, joints, openings and holes, insulation of pipes, fixing and insulation of roofs, separations, etc., sound insulation walls.
» Excellent adhesion to most building materials
» Ease of use
» High thermal and accoustic insulation properties
» Resistance to moisture
» Resistance to ageing
» Sensitive to UV radiation
INSTRUCTIONS OF USE
The canisters should be left in room conditions for 12 hours at least before use. Shake the canister for 15 seconds before use.
» Screw the adapter with the extension hose firmly onto the valve.|
» The substrate should be clean and free of dust. During the extrusion of the foam keep the can in an upside-down position. The rate of extrusion is regulated by the tilting of the valve.
» The cured foam should be protected from UV radiation. The wetting of the substrate with water improves the adhesion and the cell structure of the cured foam.
» For stop intervals greater than 30min, the adapter and the valve should be cleaned. The fresh foam can be cleaned with a special cleaner.
» The cured foam can only be removed mechanically. The cleaner only softens the cured foam.
» Repeat shaking regularly during application.
» Application temperature (applies to environment and substrates): 5°C to 35°C.
» Store canisters upright at temperatures between 5ºC and 35ºC. Shelf life of at least 12 months.
» The canisters should not be exposed at temperatures higher than 50ºC.