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Touch 'n Foam

Model 4006022200

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Store SKU #1000004864

Store SO SKU #158356

200 Board Foot Polyurethane 2-Component Spray Foam Kit

$333.00 /each
  • Dries in 60 Seconds to create a permanent airtight seal
  • Easy to Use - Just Point and Spray
  • Reduces Energy Costs up to 30%

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Touch 'n Foam 2-Component Spray Foam expands and cures quickly to fill cavities, gaps, cracks, expansion joints and other sources of air leakage in a building envelope. Resists moisture that can lead to mold or mildew and provides increased sound and thermal insulation. Will not shrink, compress, settle or biodegrade like fiberglass or cellulose insulation. Bonds to a variety of materials, including wood, masonry, metal and drywall.

  • Yields 200 ft. board (16.7 cu. ft.); R-value 5.48 per inch
  • Class 1 fire resistance, ICC evaluation service listed, report #ESR-3052
  • Blend of product yield and portability (Single carton design with built-in carrying handle)
  • Includes anti-crossover spray foam applicator, 10 ft. hoses, 10-nozzles (5-conical, 5-fan), nitrile gloves, safety glasses, assembly wrench, O-ring lubricant, MSDS or instructions, instructional DVD
  • Ideal for medium-size projects, such as sealing basement sill plates/band joists
  • Must be applied when surface and air temperatures are above 60°F
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How many kits for flooring insulation at 200 Sq Ft with 4 Inch thinkness?

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October 29, 2015
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At lease 4 kits. However my each kit I used did not expand to one inch. This is not a cost effective product for insulation. It did not cover the square footage and thickness that was advertise.
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October 29, 2015
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My experience is each kit is rated at 1 inch but I did not get that amount. You would need 4 kits. However u May have to get additional kits to get 4 inches. I do not recommend this product.
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October 29, 2015
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Jake,
A board foot is 1 square foot of foam at 1 inch thick. 200 kits theoretically yield 200 board feet -- we use the term theoretical because actual yield may differ, depending on spray technique, material and substrate temperatures, ambient temperature and humidity, and other factors. Please only spray in 1" layers at a time for maximum expansion and to allow foam to cool between layers to avoid Read More
Jake,
A board foot is 1 square foot of foam at 1 inch thick. 200 kits theoretically yield 200 board feet -- we use the term theoretical because actual yield may differ, depending on spray technique, material and substrate temperatures, ambient temperature and humidity, and other factors. Please only spray in 1" layers at a time for maximum expansion and to allow foam to cool between layers to avoid excessive heat. If you have any additional questions, please contact our Technical Services Department before making your purchase and applying product. Thank you! Read Less
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Jake, I would get two 200 or a larger kit. Or to make got farther spray your first layer then let dry and expand them come back with another spray to get maximum depth.
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Can you use this product to apply behind finished walls?

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We are looking for a product to apply in the 2" to 4" gap between exterior masonry and interior finished walls (Plaster and Lathe) in our 100+ year old home. Can we drill a series of holes in the wall, insert the foam and then seal the holes? We live in the upper Midwest and we know we are loosing a lot of heat with no insulation and no vapor barrier.
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July 5, 2016
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No, you can not use this product to apply behind finished wall.
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July 3, 2016
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Hello Fred -
Thanks for reaching out. Our System 200 Kit is a 1.75lb density, closed cell foam and expands at a rapid rate. It would pose a problem for your finished walls as it is a super adhesive and may bottleneck within your walls - not completely filling them. You will need to look into using a slow rise, lower density spray foam to fill your wall cavities. They do exist, however, the TNF Pro brand
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Hello Fred -
Thanks for reaching out. Our System 200 Kit is a 1.75lb density, closed cell foam and expands at a rapid rate. It would pose a problem for your finished walls as it is a super adhesive and may bottleneck within your walls - not completely filling them. You will need to look into using a slow rise, lower density spray foam to fill your wall cavities. They do exist, however, the TNF Pro brand does not currently retail this type of spray foam. Best of luck with your project. There are options out there.
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The r value is very poor. I do not recommend for your application.
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How long do I have to wait to let a layer dry/expand before adding on another layer?

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You've only got to wait long enough for it to set and to cool down a bit. When you apply it, the chemical reaction is gives off heat. In my case in Virginia, I only waited about 5 minutes before I hit it again.
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November 23, 2015
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Dear Lee,
Please allow 15 minutes between every 1-inch layer to avoid overheating. If you have any additional questions regarding spray foam kit application, please contact Convenience Products/Touch 'n Foam Customer Service. Thank you!
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Not very long. However I had to add several layers to get close to a one inch thickness. Not a very cost effective application for insulation, if that's what you are doing.
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is this open cell or closed cell?

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It is closed cell
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Closed cell. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at Convenience Products. Thank you!
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Barry believe it is a close cell. If you are considering using this product for insulation I recommend you considered the cost and reliability of this product. The 200 is advertised to provide up to 200 square feet at 1 inch thickness. But my experience was far less. If you did get what is advertised you would only be getting a R5 insulation value. Very expensive for an R5 insulator.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Covered better than I expected I read through many reviews of this product. Most complained of the kits not coming close to meeting the stated coverage. So, for my ~170 ft2 skylights-in-the-attic project, I went ahead and got 2 of the 200ft2 kits(should cover my 170 ft2 a little over 2 inches deep). Once starting I sprayed almost continually and only changed nozzles once. When all was said and done, I've got at least 3.5 inches of coverage. It was plenty warm when I applied. The only reason it is not 5 star is the price. Lessons learned: 1) The coverage was about as advertised. 2) Get a Tyvek suit and good respirator (I used both). 3) It is hot in an attic in Northern Virginia in June. June 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by pretty straightforward Overall i am happy with how this turned out. I have a 90 year old rowhouse and am renovating the basement into a living area. I mostly wanted to apply this product to exterior brick walls and places where ceiling and rim joists meet brick. This foam kit was easy to get up and running and performed as expected. I can already tell drafts have been reduced and it got quieter down there. Odor wasn't bad but I had windows open and a respirator while i applied it. It dries very quickly and was easy to remove from surfaces that i dripped on when dry. Make sure you prep beforehand as you really want to finish the job quickly once you start as the nozzle can get gewy. I think i swapped out the wide spray nozzle 3 times in all. Id like to see the price come down a little. I would probably have bought 2 of these instead of 1 if they were less than $300.00. December 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Product's fire block fails to meet code in Maine (and maybe elsewhere too) I wanted to like this product, but I can't. I live in Maine. And the product's fire block does not meet code here. In Maine, when spray-foam is applied to habitable or occupiable spaces, it must have an approved 15 minute thermal (or ignition) barrier. The Maine Fire Marshall has released a memo stating which thermal barriers are approved. This product's fire block did not make the cut. Is this the case elsewhere? I don't know. But it is important to check, because if it's not and you need to purchase and apply a separate thermal barrier, the project's price will go up significantly. January 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product. Worked well for me as I was insulating rim joist in basement in areas that were hard to reach (electrical wires and pipes were in the way). I couldn't reach areas to install insulation board but this product allowed me to reach in tight spots and shoot insulation where I needed it. I would have given this product 5 stars if it wasn't priced so high. I feel it's a little over priced compared to bids I got from professional spray foam companies. February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY!!! Do not buy this foam! Things can go terribly wrong as the manufacturer puts too little catalyzing/setting agent as compared to the polyurethane foam. The result is a wall cavity full of oozing glue that will not set. This is a horrible mess and disaster. You would think they would over provision the catalyst?? Awful Awful result. January 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome insulator I was questionable about using the product, concerned about the amount of space it would cover, smell, and possible mess it would make. 1. I used two kits because a larger kit was not available when I went to purchase to cover a 50 b 50 base ceiling joists and in case I did not like the product I could stop with a return of half my purchase. 2. I searched the web and found that there were issue with the smell in industrially applied foam. After applying the smell of paint odor was gone within hrs. of venting the basement. 3. With a little preparation can be limited. I cleared the area where I would be working to easily move the latter and I placed the spray kit on a flat cart so it rolled with me as I moved. I also pre placed the nozzles on the box so it was less time to replace them as they clogged. If any spray hit the ground of anywhere it did not belong, it is easily removed with a scrapper and shop vac. Over all I am extremely satisfied with the application; I only now realize how much heat was lost through the daft in the our basement. October 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wow best insulation we've used so far. will get again. October 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by saved me money First time product user. Went through 2 kits for my needs. Used on basement rim joist and inside bay window cantilevers. I was quoted $1500 to spray my basement so spending $600+ and doing it myself with care and attention was well worth it. The drafts are gone through all the cracks and holes. Unbelievable what you can see when you really look in these areas (will keep insects out as well). Using product was not hard. If you are a diy-er, you should be able to handle it (its like spray painting). Make sure temps are right on the product, your walls, your basement. I used a Black and Decker TLD100 to test temps. I noticed the fan nozzle used less product then the cone nozzle. Price wise I could have bought a 600kit for the same cost as two 200kits (lesson learned for others). I used this product along with Great Stuff for larger gaps to save use on this product. I topped off my work with R-30 insulation on the rim joist and inside the cantilevers. Waiting for my energy bills to reflect the difference. Will do attic next year using bigger 600 kit. February 15, 2015
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