Low GWP FROTH-PAK™ Refill Replacement Cylinders – 60 Gallon Insulation
Dupont FROTH-PAK™ Refills are the smart solution for foam contractors looking to add spray foam capacity without investing in additional full scale rigs. FROTH-PAK™ Refills also allow general contractors to apply spray foam insulation with a smaller financial outlay than the large upfront costs associated with drum foam.
DuPont FROTH-PAK™ Refills work similar to the disposable FROTH-PAK™ kits. Closed cell polyurethane foam is created in a quick reacting process by mixing the contents of the A tank (Isocyanate) and the B tank (Polyol) to provide insulating and sealing. In most cases FROTH-PAK™ foam insulation (a class A fire rated product) can be applied up to several inches thick in non-habitable areas without the need for a thermal barrier. As always, check with your local code office for approval.
This listing is for 2 x 60 gallon tanks, one of Isocyanate and one Polyol.
60 Gallon Tanks = 7,160 bd ft yield
FROTH-PAK™ Refill Cylinders are available in 17, 27, 60, 120 and 350 gallon pairs.
This kit comes with one pair of 60 Gallon Foam Insulation tanks.
- FROTH-PAK™60 Foam Insulation
- Closed Cell, Class A Fire Rated
- R-Value: 6.1
- Density: 1.75 pcf
- A Tank: Isocyanate - Part # 12066185
- B Tank: Polyol - Part # 12069378
- Theoretical Yield: 7,160 bd ft*
*A board foot (bd ft) is a space 12” x 12” x 1”.
- Empty Cylinder: 250 lbs each
- Chemical: 500 lbs net
- Total Weight Single Cylinder: 750 lbs
- Total Weight Both A&B Cylinders: 1500 lbs
Full cylinders will ship directly from Dow. When depleted Dow will arrange transport to return empty containers for reuse. Full instructions are included with tanks.
What else do I need?
These cylinders are designed to be used with the Dow FROTH-PAK™
Refill Spray Equipment and Dow Anti Crossover Nozzles (Sold Separately).
To pressurize the system you need to attach a nitrogen cylinder. This can be rented from a local welding supply company.
Proper PPE (Personnel Protective Equipment) is required for anyone spraying or working in the same area. Please see the Dow video for additional details.
Can Froth Pak be applied in cold temperatures?
No, Froth Pak should be applied at typical room temperatures. The cylinders can be stored at slightly cooler temperatures but need to come to room temperature before being applied. At no time should Froth Pak chemicals be allowed to freeze.
Heated hoses and warming blankets are available. Please call us at 888-223-3050 for more information.
Click on the links for additional information:
Froth Pak™ Refill Setup
Job Site Preparation
Personal Protection Equipment
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