Foam it Green High Density Spray Foam for Outdoors
Yields approx 396 sq ft at 1 in. thickness
High Density Foam for Outdoor Use:
Use for patching rooftops, or underground
Coat sun-exposed foam with elastomeric roof paint
Convenient and easy to use
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|Price Per Kit|
- High Density Spray foam insulation For Outdoor Use – Rooftop Patching or Underground
- Convenient and easy to use.
- R-Value of 7.7 in 1 inch – >98% Closed Cell Foam.
- Excellent Compressive Strength.
- Expanding sealant creates vapor retarder, controls air flow, and creates a tight building envelope.
- Includes a pair of isocyanate resistant gloves, hose assembly, 10 nozzles and 3 fan spray tips- everything you need to complete your insulating project.
- Get the most control with the best gun in the business.
- This is non-fire-retardant spray foam insulation.
- When Used Outdoors, use an elastomeric paint to cover it to prevent sun damage.
- Steel canisters pressurized with nitrogen for foam delivery. No outside source of pressure or power is required.
- Complete detailed instructions make it quick and easy to foam like a pro.
- 2 Boxes, each approximately 60 lbs.
|R-Value per Inch||7.7 ASTM C518|
|Cover if Exposed to Sun||Elastomeric Rubber Roof Paint|
|Yield||396 Board Feet (square feet at 1″)|
|Air Barrier||✔ ASTM E283|
|Water Barrier||✔ ASTM D2127|
|Rise/Tack Free Time||30-40 Seconds|
|VOC & CFC Free||✔|
|Closed Cell Content||ASTM D2856 >97%|
|Density||ASTM D1622 3.0 lb/f3|
|For Use Outside||✔|
|For Use to Patch Foam Roofs||✔|
|For Use on Buried Pipes||✔|
|Not for Use Indoors||✔|
|For Use in Crawlspaces||✔|
|For Use on Tanks||✔|
|For Use in Rim Joists||✔|
|Combustion Tolerance||750 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Temperature Tolerance||+/-250 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Compressive Strength||ASTM D1621 26 psi|
|Tensile Strength||ASTM D1623 36.14 psi|
What is the R-value?
Foam It Green closed cell spray foam insulation is R-7 per inch. That is double the R-value per inch of fiberglass batt.
Is this a vapor barrier?
Foam it Green is a Class III vapor retarder. Your local code will determine which Class vapor retarder you need. If your code requires a Class II or better, then hang kraft paper (comes in rolls at home stores) after you have sprayed the foam.