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Trubuild

Overview Usage Product Specifications Handling Precautions
Trubuild PU Foam

Trubuild PU Foam is a ready to use PU foam supplied in an aerosol can, which is specially developed for installation of various boards like insulation, paper, floor and roof decking.

Application
Applications
  • Installing of window and door frames
  • Filling of cavities
  • Sealing of all openings in roof constructions
  • Application of an acoustic baffle
  • Application of a sound absorbing layer
  • It gives adhesion on various substrate which are used as common building materials such as extruded and expanded polystyrene, mineral wool, polyisocyanate and polyurethane foam, plaster, gypsum boards, concrete, brick, stone, wood, metals & bituminous membranes
Application
Advantages
  • Save time and labour cost
  • Easy application
  • Fast curing so overlaying can be within one hr of application
  • Adhesion on various substrates
How to use
How to use
  • Ideal working temperature for the foam is less than 35°C. Shake the can for at least 30 seconds fix either the straw provided or a foam gun to the can. The can will operate in any position.
  • Surface should be free from grease and dust. Moisten surfaces with a water sprayer prior to application.
  • Fill holes and cavities for 65 %, as the foam will expand. Repeat shaking regularly during application.
  • If you have to work in layers repeat moistening after each layer. Fresh foam can be removed using acetone.
  • Cured foam can only be removed mechanically.
  • Excess adhesive can be removed whilst wet using any cotton cloth
Storage
Storage

Storage Conditions - Store and transport upright, in cool, dry conditions. Keep away from heat sources. Do not store in hot cars or vans as the can may explode. Maximum storage temperature is 40°C.

Shelf Life
Shelf Life

12 months in original, unopened container, once opened shelf life is reduced to 1 month.

Packing
  • Packing

    Bottle:
    400 ml & 750 ml(Straw Grade) 

  • Packing

    Bottle:
    750 ml(Gun Grade) 

Application
Handling precautions

Do not leave empty tins on site where residue could be harmful to children, animals or the environment. Replace lids and remove any containers to a licensed hazardous waste disposal site. Do not pierce or burn can after use. In the event of spillage remove all sources of ignition, ventilate the area, remove people from confined areas. Material should be mopped up immediately with an inert absorbent material such as sand.

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