- Good results
- High level of heat and sound insulation
- Good spraying properties
- Very good adhesion to many surfaces except PTFE, PE and PP
- Building material class B2 in accordance with DIN 4102
- CFC free
Hardened PU foam should be protected against UV exposure by painting over or sealing with e.g. silicone, polyurethane, acrylic or MS polymer.
Insulation, assembly and foam filling of window and door frames and windowsills, foam filling of cavities such as wall openings, roof finishings, door casings, pipe ducts or roller shutter boxes.
The adhesion surfaces must be clean, dry and load-bearing. Slight moistening of the surface improves adhesion and hardening, as well as the cell structure of the foam. Screw the can tightly onto the thread of the can and shake the pistol well around 30 times so that the can contents are mixed and an optimal foam quality is achieved. Adjust the foam bead with the setting screw and spray the foam out using the trigger. Only fill joints and cavities up to a third as the foam will expand. Cut off any excess, fully hardened foam with a knife.
Can be cut after
Min. processing temperature
Max. processing temperature
Building material class
B2 - Normally inflammable
Shelf life from production