Call us at
or click here for customer support form.
Handi-Flow® Pour-in-Place foams are polyurethane foams specifically designed to fill and insulate large voids and blind cavities. Handi-Flow products are dispensed using the patented Handi-Gun® Dispensing Unit for accurate and precise applications. Handi-Flow Pour-in-Place Foams are available in a variety of sizes, from disposable kits to large refillable systems.
Handi-Flow Pour-in-Place Foams are chemically cured systems, engineered with a slower cure time than our spray foams allowing the foam to flow throughout the cavity to fill the entire void. In addition to insulating, Handi-Flow can be used to add structural support, provide buoyancy, prevent vibrations and deaden sound. Handi-Flow® Slow Rise meets the Coast Guard requirements for floatation. Additional formulations for intricate mold filling or cinder block filling are also available.
Handi-Flow Channel Fill with High Flow Technology is one of the most versatile foams available, with the ability to completely fill voids and cavities of all shapes and sizes with minimal fill points.
Handi-Flow Pour-in-Place foams are designed to fill large voids and blind cavities.
NORTON, Ohio (August, 2013) Fomo Products Inc., is excited to announce the launch of their Handi-Flow® Channel Fill product, the newest product with High Flow Technology, the next generation of pour-in-place polyurethane foam. Channel Fill is one of the most versatile foams available, with the ability to completely fill voids and cavities of all shapes and sizes with minimal fill points.
“Because Channel Fill is made with High Flow Technology, it is able to fill cavities no matter how small and intricate, and flows around objects, with minimal fill points, saving the end user time on site,” said Sara Jonas, vice president of marketing, Fomo Products. “This product can be used in a variety of complicated and nontraditional applications, making it a very versatile foam product.”
Channel Fill offers one of the highest aged R-values in polyurethane foam, reaching an R-7.2 per inch aged rating. Additionally, after being fully cured, Channel Fill will not settle, shrink or post expand over time like some other insulation materials, ensuring a complete air seal over time.
Handi-Flow Channel Fill is a two-component system, available in both refillable and disposable options. Because of the chemical composition, Channel Fill offers a thermal signature detectable by thermal imaging cameras, giving contractors and end users a visual quality check to ensure a complete air seal and minimal job site waste.
Channel Fill’s versatility makes it ideal for a wide variety of applications, ranging from marine applications, metal framing, OEM applications and metal window channels or window weight pockets.
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):
Know the Product:
Please read the Safety Data Sheet, Technical Data Sheet (TDS) and Operating Instructions prior to using our products. The (M)SDS and Operating Instructions can be found with every spray foam kit or refill tanks, by contacting Fomo at 1.800.321.5585 or by visiting the Product Data section of fomo.com. (M)SDS, TDS and Operating Instructions for our other products can be accessed in the Technical Information section of fomo.com.
Safe Handling and Use:
Storage and Disposal:
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.