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Spray Foam SealantSealant Application: Multipurpose/Construction, 26.4 lb. Size
- Item # 13P435
- Mfr. Model # P10695
- UNSPSC # 31201608
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 26.0 lbs.
- ItemSpray Foam Sealant
- Number of Components2
- Size26.4 lb.
- Container TypeAerosol Can
- Insulation ValueR-6.1
- Expansion Ratio3-5:1
- Coverage6.1 cu. ft., 75 Board ft.
- Application Time30 to 60 sec.
- Full Cure1 hr.
- Application Temp. RangeNot Specified
- Performance Temp. Range-200 Degrees to 240 Degrees F
- Flash Point240 Degrees F
- Specific Gravity1.2
- SubstratesAll Except Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Silicone, Oils, Greases, Mold Release Agents And Similar Materials
- ApplicationCommercial Roof Repairs
- StandardsASTM E-84 Class 2 Fire Rated, UL-94 Rated, ASTM D-1621
- IncludesGun And Hose Assembly And Initial 8-pk Of Nozzles
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Non-Flammable Gas
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