Single Component Spray Polyurethane Foam
Common Product
MasterFormat 07 21 00 Thermal Insulation; 07 21 29 Sprayed Insulation

This information reflects our best understanding of product composition in 2016.

Single component polyurethane spray foam comes in a range of products with different properties for different applications. This product is supplied in a can for either direct application with a straw or application with a special gun. The general...

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Single component polyurethane spray foam comes in a range of products with different properties for different applications. This product is supplied in a can for either direct application with a straw or application with a special gun. The general composition includes one or more isocyante, polyol, catalyst, hydrocarbon propellant/blowing agent, surfactant, and flame retardant. Typically, the isocyanate portion (MDI and/or PMDI) is mixed with the polyol portion, including additives, and then reacts to some extent in the can. This creates a prepolymer which further reacts with moisture in the air when applied on site. While there are many types of single component spray foam, the composition is typically similar, with minor differences in percentage of components. This CP covers specifically a low pressure spray polyurethane foam intended to fill gaps around door and window frames to seal against air and sound infiltration. These foams are minimally expanding to avoid warping of the door or window frames.

Name % Wt Whole Function GS Score Sources
Polymethylenepolyphenylisocyanate, propoxylated glycerin polymer
57029-46-6
33.67% Prepolymer Subscribe to view
Polymethylene polyphenyl isocyanate
9016-87-9
33.67% Prepolymer and monomer Subscribe to view
Tri-(2-chloroisopropyl)phosphate
13674-84-5
11.22% flame retardant Subscribe to view
Dimethyl ether
115-10-6
6.73% Blowing agent Subscribe to view
Isobutane
75-28-5
5.61% Blowing agent Subscribe to view
PROPANE
74-98-6
5.61% Blowing agent Subscribe to view
Silicone L-5310
87244-72-2
2.70% Surfactant Subscribe to view
Dimorpholinodiethyl ether
6425-39-4
0.77% Catalyst Subscribe to view
Name % Wt Part % Wt Whole Function GS Score Sources
Polymethylenepolyphenylisocyanate, propoxylated glycerin polymer
57029-46-6
33.67% 33.67% Prepolymer Subscribe to view
Polymethylene polyphenyl isocyanate
9016-87-9
33.67% 33.67% Prepolymer and monomer Subscribe to view
Tri-(2-chloroisopropyl)phosphate
13674-84-5
11.22% 11.22% flame retardant Subscribe to view
Dimethyl ether
115-10-6
6.73% 6.73% Blowing agent Subscribe to view
Isobutane
75-28-5
5.61% 5.61% Blowing agent Subscribe to view
PROPANE
74-98-6
5.61% 5.61% Blowing agent Subscribe to view
Silicone L-5310
87244-72-2
2.70% 2.70% Surfactant Subscribe to view
Dimorpholinodiethyl ether
6425-39-4
0.77% 0.77% Catalyst Subscribe to view

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Known or Potential Residuals
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HBN Resources (5)
HBN Resources for Product
TYPE TITLE
Report Full Disclosure Required: A Strategy to Prevent Asthma Through Building Product Selection
Report Asthmagens in Building Materials: The Problem & Solutions
Report Chlorine & Building Materials Project: Phase 1 Africa, The Americas, and Europe
Report Making Affordable Multifamily Housing More Energy Efficient: A Guide to Healthier Upgrade Materials
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Sources
Sources for Common Product Data
Source Uploaded Document Linked Document
Aster Patent
CF 812 WD
CF 812 WD TDS
Chemnet
Dabco MSDS
DC193
Dow chemistry
Dow Patent
DraftStop 812
DraftStop 812 TDS
GS WD
GS WD TDS
HandiFoam
HandiFoam TDS
Quad Foam SDS
Quad Foam TDS
SPFA
TNF WD
TNF WD TDS
TNF WD web
TremGlaze LEF
TremGlaze LEF TDS
Werner
XtraFoam
XtraFoam TDS