Handi-Foam Quick Cure Spray Foam Insulation Kits
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Handi-Foam® Quick Cure and E84 Class 1 Spray Foams are designed to fill and insulate large voids and surfaces. They are dispensed using the patented Handi-Gun® Dispensing Unit for accurate and precise applications. Handi-Foam® Quick Cure and E84 Class 1 Spray Foams are available in a variety of sizes, from small aerosol kits to large refillable systems.
Handi-Foam® Quick Cure and E84 Class 1 Spray Foams are chemically cured systems and the cure process occurs very quickly - generally within minutes. Due to their excellent adhesion properties they provide excellent insulation by creating a continuous air barrier that completes the building envelope. This helps to improve indoor air quality, lowering heating and cooling costs and drastically reduce energy consumption. Handi-Foam Quick Cure and E84 Class 1 assist in attaining ENERGY STAR® rating and/or LEED credits.
Health & Safety
Do you work smart? Do your employees and customers? Working smart is about choosing the best solution for energy efficiency challenges and then executing the project safely.
All of Fomo's products are low pressure products meaning that the dispensed pressure is below 250 psi. High pressure foams are dispensed at 1,000 psi and above. However, like high pressure foams, Fomo's products contain diisocyanates. This chemical may cause sensitization by inhalation and skin contact. For this reason, when using any spray foams, our industry recommends following a safety program. Watch this brief video and read the information below to learn how to work smart.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
- Handi-Foam® Sealants, Handi-Stick® Adhesives and Handi-Seal® Window and Door Sealants (all one component foams or ocfs) should always be used in well ventilated areas with safety glasses or goggles, nitrile gloves and clothing that protects from skin exposure.
- Handi-Foam two component spray polyurethane foams (spf) and Handi-Flow® two component pour-in-place (pip) polyurethane foams should always be used in conjunction with a certified respiratory program in addition to safety glasses or goggles, nitrile gloves and clothing that protects from skin exposure.
- It is the individual employers responsibility to create and utilize a certified respiratory program. To learn how to create this program, visitwww.osha.gov.
- Required respirators should be NIOSH approved and a medical evaulation, fit testing and training must be provided before use.
Fomo recommends utilizing one of the following with our low pressure two component foams:
- NIOSH approved negative pressure half mask respirator with organic vapor cartridges and particulate prefilters
- NIOSH approved PAPR (powered air purifying respirator) with an organic vapor cartridge
Safe Handling and Use:
- Handi-Foam, Handi-Flow, Handi-Seal and Handi-Stick are for professional use only.
- Children should never use these products.
- Use the Handi-brands™ in well ventilated areas. If the jobsite is not ventilated, Fomo recommends adding mechanical ventilation, or wearing a powered air purifying respirator (PAPR).
Storage and Disposal:
- Store out of reach of children.
- Before the first use of the product, store in a room temperature, dry area.
- Do not expose the kit, cans or tanks to open flames or temperatures above 120 degrees F (49C). Warm the kits and cans for a minimum of 1 day at room temperature. During colder months it may take 2-3 days to warm the chemicals to optimum temperature.
- After initial use of spray foam kits, close the valves and store at room temperature. Do not drain or remove hoses as they must remain under pressure. Remaining kit must be used within 30 days of opening.
- Do not incinerate tanks. After tanks are empty, the hose must be removed and the tanks must be vented. Caution: Tanks will still be under pressure. Turn valves to the off position before removing the hoses. Protective glasses or goggles, nitrile gloves, clothing that protects from skin exposure and a certified respirator must be worn during this procedure. With tank inverted, slowly open tank valve, point away from face and allow pressure to completely vent. Caution: Empty tank could contain potential vapor toxicity hazard. Dispose cylinders in a well ventilated area.
- Dispose of empty cylinders according to applicable federal, state and local regulations. Check with your local waste disposal service for guidance.
The center for Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) has released free low pressure spray polyurethane foam (SPF) health and safety training available at www.spraypolyurethanefoam.org.