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"InsulSmart is a two-part aminoplast interior foam insulation offered by cfiFOAM, Inc…"

Bob Sullivan replied Nov 1, 2013 to Air sampling low pressure two part foam

4 Nov 1, 2013
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"Aminoplast injection foam is available today that greatly surpasses the old technolo…"

Bob Sullivan replied Nov 8, 2012 to Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation (UFFI)

10 Feb 13
Reply by Thomas Varney

"Whatever R-value loss occur due to fiberglass compression is partially offset by an…"

Bob Sullivan replied Sep 2, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
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"John,   Across the insulation industry, most manufacturers disclose R-values at 75 F…"

Bob Sullivan replied Aug 23, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Bob Sullivan

"John,   A nice thing about injection foams is that they more easily flow around pipe…"

Bob Sullivan replied Aug 23, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Bob Sullivan

"John, InsulSmart and Tripolymer 105 install similarly. Current and past Tripolymer 1…"

Bob Sullivan replied Aug 23, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Bob Sullivan

"Pat, I'll answer your questions one by one, as follows:   Is there some recommendati…"

Bob Sullivan replied Aug 23, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Bob Sullivan

"Brad,   Here's all three MSDS for InsulSmart MH.   Bob"

Bob Sullivan replied Aug 19, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
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"Brad,   Over time, DP cellulose has earned a loyal following of advocates; however,…"

Bob Sullivan replied Aug 19, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Bob Sullivan

"Brad, We're the manufacturer. All injection foams are considered open-cell foams. We…"

Bob Sullivan replied Aug 18, 2011 to Slow cure foam injected behind fiberglass in walls?

23 Sep 2, 2011
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