SPFA Convention and Expos

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Touch 'n Seal will be showcasing some exciting and innovative products at this year's SPFA show! Stop by and check them out February 14 and 15 at Booth 202.

Convenience Products, the manufacturer of Touch ‘n Seal products, is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Touch ‘n Seal insulating foams and sealants are the benchmark for performance in commercial and industrial building and maintenance, OEM manufacturing and specialty applications. A full line of one and two-component spray foams and adhesives are available, including fire blocking foam (ICC-ES: ESR-1926), Low Pressure Window & Door Foam, Drywall Panel Adhesives, Heating Systems and Accessories, Two-Component, Disposable Units, Mining Specialty Units and One-Component Disposable Cylinders. Spray foam is available from 15-board feet kits to 120-gallon refill systems. One-component straw and gun foam available in 12 to 30.5 oz. aerosol cans. More information is available at www.touch-n-seal.com, www.facebook.com/InsulatingSprayFoam and www.twitter.com/TouchNSeal

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