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 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126716
15.74
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126717
50.26
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126718
243.15
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126725
244.18
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126728
16.97
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126729
53.52
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126732
18.46
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126733
53.23
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126734
218.17
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126740
19.22
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126741
56.52
Each
 Liquid Urethane Foam is a two-component, Isocyanate/Polyol based, pour-in-place, urethane foam system available in three separate density formulations by weight per cubic foot.

 These foams are used for a variety of applications, including:

- Marine floatation
- Art
- Sculpting
- Taxidermy
- Prototyping
- Mold making
- Decorative and architectural millwork pieces

 Our 2 Lb. Foam meets USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183.

 In general these foams have:
- Good compressive strength
- Excellent solvent resistance
- Mold and mildew resistance

 Maximum service temperature of 180°F.

Directions for General Small Quantity Use:

Step 1: Mix equal parts Base and Activator (1:1 by volume) or mix by weight (approx. 112 parts A-Side: Base to approx. 100 parts of B-Side: Activator).

Step 2: Mixing and metering equipment must accommodate the 1:1 by volume mix ratio.

Step 3: Mix thoroughly using a stir stick or a mechanical mixer. Please refer to Typical Reaction Profiles of Liquid Foam Chart for mix times.

Step 4: Pour immediately after mixing.

Step 5: Allow cooling between pouring.
Directions may vary by application. For technical support and assistance with critical applications or large pours, please feel free to contact Customer Service at 1-800-272-7890.
Item#:
126742
220.94
Each
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