* Outstanding adhesion for most building materials,
* Easy to apply uneven, hard to reach surfaces where it is though to use traditional insulation materials,
* Excellent R-Value: 5.66 per inch and thermal insulation value 0.025 W/(m.K),
* Does not allow the formation of thermal bridges.
* Does not allow the formation of dew point.
* Yield up to 20 board feet with 1-inch
thickness if applied from a distance of ~16 inches with normal application speed,
* Thanks to its dense structure, it can stop water, air, bugs, etc.
* Can be painted.
Structural elements of buildings, attics, crawl space, interior wall insulation, balcony, loggia, doors, window slopes, pipes, canals,
and tank kind round surfaces,
uneven, and rough all surfaces,
Roofs, attics, facades, foundations,
basements, floors, interior walls, inter-floor overlappings, interior partitions, ceilings and cellars. Car body and car trailers, boats, yachts, vessels, and all kinds of sea vehicles.
20sq ft per can at 1" thick with an R-value of 5.66.
Depending on the climate of the location you live in, the required R-value changes. For example, if you live in Zone 4 or 5, you will need a depth of 4-inches of this insulation installed in your 2X6 wall to reach R-20 with a clased-cell insulation that has an R-value of R-5 per inch of thickness. You can find R-value chart for the USA here.
Insulation Foam is measured in board feet. So a “20” kit will cover 20 sq. ft., 1-inch thickness.
Yes, it's flammable.
Temperature resistance is -103 F to 239 F.
The effective lifespan of Fastcoat Insulation Spray Foam is 25 years.
Yes, it's waterproof after appropriately cured.
You can be home after 12 hours of the application.
No, it doesn't.
After 6 hours.
Wet surface (Never use on a surface with a moisture level of more than 20 percent)
Respirator, goggles, chemical-resistant gloves.
You can use it, but no need after the Fastcoat application.
20 board feet at 1 inch thick of spray foam with an R-value of 5.66.
Yes, it would work good for that. It gets in all the cracks and holes.
It is a medium to low density.
No, it doesn't. Great stuff has there own special tip, and the directions with Kraken spray foam won't work.
Under a porch. it won't get wet
You can use it on the bottom side of the galvanized roof and shouldn’t expose it to sunlight.
Yes, it prevents heat. You can apply it to the bottom side of the gazebo. It would be better if you cover it with plywood, plasterboard, or similar products that keep it from the direct sunshine. You can paint it with black color if not possible to cover with the other materials.