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Foam Plugs for Duct Leakage Testing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Rogers Nov 17, 2016. 4 Replies

Can anyone recommend a foam manufacturer who has reasonably priced, soft closed cell foam sheets which can be cut into duct boot plugs for leakage testing?  I'm considering high density neoprene in…Continue

 

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Mark Rogers replied to Mark Rogers's discussion Foam Plugs for Duct Leakage Testing
"4x10.5" should be about right for most duct boots.  A supply of about 20 will cover most systems.  I ordered some 1" high density neoprene foam which should work well. "
Nov 17, 2016
Mark Rogers replied to Mark Rogers's discussion Foam Plugs for Duct Leakage Testing
"Thanks Jason.  I have heard of that solution but agree that they're not the most durable option.  I ordered some 1" high density neoprene foam which should work well. "
Nov 17, 2016
Jason Raddenbach replied to Mark Rogers's discussion Foam Plugs for Duct Leakage Testing
"I am sorry I didn't see this earlier Mark. I am sure by now you have found a solution since you posted this question back on Nov 11. However, I was going to mention to you that I have seen a 9x15 Chimney Balloon as a boot plug in a pinch. It is…"
Nov 17, 2016
Greg Iseral replied to Mark Rogers's discussion Foam Plugs for Duct Leakage Testing
"What size(s) and quantity of plugs do you want to create?"
Nov 17, 2016
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Foam Plugs for Duct Leakage Testing

Can anyone recommend a foam manufacturer who has reasonably priced, soft closed cell foam sheets which can be cut into duct boot plugs for leakage testing?  I'm considering high density neoprene in 1'' thickness.  The sites I'm seeing online have a lead time of 3-5 days just to process the order, and I need it more quickly than that.Thanks,Mark RogersEfficiency Revolution, LLCDenver, COSee More
Nov 11, 2016
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