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Pu Foam Spray Insulation Contractors in Chennai, Tamilnadu

PU Foam Spray is a self- expanding, ready-to-use, multi-purpose, polyurethane foam spray that expands to three times its original volume on contact with air. The expanding action fills holes, cracks and gaps more completely than standard caulks. It has excellent insulting properties and adhesion to virtually all building materials. It can be used to economically insulate and fill of large seams, joints and cracks.


Excellent adhesion on most substrates (except Teflon, PE and PP)
High thermal and acoustical insulation
Very good filling capacities
Excellent mounting capacities
Excellent stability (no shrink or post expansion)
Installation of window- and door frames
Filling of cavities
Sealing of all openings in roof constructions Creation of a soundproof screen
Mounting and sealing of window- and door frames
Connecting of insulation materials and roof constructions
Application of a soundproofing layer on motors Improving thermal insulation in cooling systems
Health and safety recommendation:

Apply the usual industrial hygiene.
Wear gloves and safety goggles.
Remove cured foam by mechanical means only, never burn away
Packaging: Can 750 ml.

Shelf life and storage:

12 months from date of manufacturing in unopened packaging stored in a cool and dry place at recommended temperatures between +5°C and +25°.
Always store can with the valve pointed upwards

For better Results, Cured PU foam must be protected from UV- radiation by painting or applying a top layer of sealant (silicone, MS Polymer, PU and acrylic)


Shake the can for at least 20 seconds. Put the adapter on the valve. Moisten surfaces with a water sprayer prior to application. Remove pressure from the applicator to stop. Fill holes and cavities for 50%, as the foam will expand.

Repeat shaking regularly during application. If you have to work in layers repeat moistening after each layer. Cured foam can only be removed mechanically. Working temperature 5°C to 40°C. (20°C-25°C recommended)

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