Our Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component Isocyanate/Polyol base, with a pour-in-place system. The urethane apparatus is available in 3 separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot, which is displayed below:
- 2 quarts of 2 lb. foam will cover 2 cubic ft.
- 2 quarts of 4 lb. foam will cover 1 cubic ft.
- 2 quarts of 8 lb. foam will cover 1/2 cubic ft.
*Note: The 2 lb. foam expands the most whereas the 4 lb. & 8 lb. foam expands less.
One can discover the different categories for the use of liquid urethane foam:
- Marine floatation
- Mold Making
- Decorative and Architecture
- Millwork Pieces
When working with the foam, you will find: it’s resistance to mildew, mold, and solvent. The product also has impeccable durability attributable to it’s fantastic comprehensive strength. WOW! There is certainly a plethora of different purposes for Liquid Urethane Foam, and in addition to that; FGCI receives a number of questions concerning whether or not resin can be applied on top of the foam… We would like to mention that certain types of foam possess different temperature variations which can affect the application process, thus the system must be mixed correctly. If one were to mix in an excess amount of activator, the foam will become soft and spongy. For more information on how to apply resin to foam, click here: Can I Apply Resin to Foam
Directions for General Small Quantity Use:
Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).
Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.
Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.
Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.
Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
*Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.