Touch-N-Seal™ High Density Spray Foam Kit
To purchase please contact your local RV Dealer.
Touch-N-Seal™ is a polyurethane foam for structural insulation and sealing. Its high density formula has many of the qualities and benefits of the standard formula. High density is ideal for use where extra structural strength is desired. Compression strength is 40 psi compared to 13.4 psi in the standard formula. This makes the high density formula perfect for roofs that may have high traffic or heavy weight on top. It’s also good where it is preferable to reduce structure thickness but wanting to retain strength.
Touch-N-Seal is a two-component system for many applications where fiberglass insulation might otherwise be used. It is sprayed on in liquid form and within a minute expands and cures into a solid that completely fills crevices or gaps, preventing water intrusion while enhancing insulation — an R-Value of 7.12 per inch compared to a typical R-Value of 3.2 per inch for RV fiberglass insulation.
- Two component foam kits are available as portable, self-contained units. They include A and B cylinders, P2 applicator gun with 10 ft. hoses, extra-spray nozzles, assembly wrench, latex gloves, lubricant, pre-connected hoses and instructions.
- Three-pound versions of the kit for small jobs is a portable, self-contained and a cost effective method to get the job done quickly while still providing the compressive strength of 40 psi.
Touch-N-Seal™ closed cell foam has been used in the construction industry for years, but this is the first time it has been offered for insulating RVs. Its closed-cell structure provides an impervious barrier for water, and it achieves a much higher insulating R-Value of 7.12 per inch versus 3.2 per inch for standard RV fiberglass while adding more structural strength. The high density formula is 3.0 pct compared to 1.75 pct for the standard formula. Water absorption property is reduced to a virtual zero (0.5 – 1.00%).
In liquid form, Touch-N-Seal is quickly and easily applied using a variable speed spray gun. After application, the foam expands and quickly hardens to fill all gaps, bonding tightly to all surfaces to create an excellent seal against water, airflow, heat transfer and noise, while adding strengthening rigidity to the structure. The spray gun draws from canisters that take up only five percent of the inventory space that fiberglass rolls would take for the same job. Fiberglass is one of the bulkiest materials to store.
Seal Design has introduced High Density Touch-N-Seal as an advanced technology solution to provide better structural integrity as well as a solution for the ongoing challenge of leaks and inadequate insulation. Fiberglass batting doesn’t repel water but sucks it up like a sponge between the walls, where the RV owner may not notice it before accompanying water and mold damage rots the studs, creating an expensive and time consuming repair.
Touch-N-Seal High Density Formula can be integrated into the assembly process in a number of ways:
- A large refillable system can be the most efficient way, where large holding tanks and multiple spray guns could do all the insulating at one work station
- The small, portable systems can be used anywhere on the line. These consist of two small easily transported canisters in a box along with a spray gun
- The same portable system can be used to solve problem areas if the manufacturer wanted to spot fill areas difficult to work in, where leaks are common and where more structural reinforcement is needed
Touch-N-Seal is quickly and easily applied using a spray gun with disposable nozzles.
|Easily adheres to a variety of coated and uncoated metal, wood, laminate, glass and plastic materials||No worries about it adhering well. Easy to use just about anywhere|
|No VOCs or elasticizers||Environmentally friendly, eliminates bleeding, sagging and shrinking that compromises the seal performance|
|Disposable spray gun tips||Can quickly replace tips with no cleaning necessary|
|Different size spray gun tips||One fan shaped dispersal for fast application and narrow jet dispersal for accuracy in small areas|
|Manufactured to meet Energy Star and AAMA specifications||Assurance of quality and energy efficiency|
|CPDS 1000 portable constant pressure dispensing unit||Uses compressed air to deliver high foam yields that pass ASTM E162: FSI Radiation Burn Test for fire retardant application|
|Refillable bulk tanks and portable hand-held tanks||Time-saving ease of use no matter how big or small the job|
Seal Design and Dicor Corporation focus on the people and companies that use our products. This includes products, support and services that help improve the production process.
30,000 board feet of Touch-N-Seal can be stored in an 8 ft. x 6 ft. rack (less than 5 percent of the space needed to store traditional two-inch insulation.
- Insulation needs can be reduced to one product and a single supplier
- Available in disposable canisters and high volume refill systems for ease-of-use and reduced waste
- 18 month shelf life
- Pre-connected hoses for fast, easy set-up
|Density (ASTM D1622):||3.0 pcf compared to standard|
|K-Factor (ASTM C177):||approx. 0.17 BTU • in • hr-1 • ft-1 • F-1|
|R-Value (ASTM C518):||5.9|
|Compressive Strength (ASTM D1621):||40 psi compared to standard|
|Water Absorption (ASTM D2842):||0.5-1.0% compared to standard|
|Closed Cell Content (ASTM D2856):||90% minimum|
|Maximum Service Temperature for Cured Foam:||240° F (116° C)|
|Shelf Life:||18 months|
|Use all contents within 30 days of initial dispensing|
Coil Return Policy
|Board feet||Cubic feet|
|High Density Foam Kit 120||120||10.0|
|Product||Cartons Per Kit||Total WT (lbs.)||Cartons/Pallet||Kits/Pallet|
|Foam Kit 120||1||36||36||36|
ALWAYS review and follow the directions provided in your foam kit. The below instructions are a general overview, meant to accompany the reference photos. ENSURE you follow all safety precautions including wearing protective eyewear and gloves.
Prepare the Area
- Make sure area to receive foam is clean and dry.
- Ensure the area has adequate ventilation. If flow-through ventilation isn’t possible, wear respiratory gear and ensure you can exit the area quickly if fumes become overwhelming.
- Ensure appropriate ambient temperature. Check application temperature in the instructions.
Set-up the Foam System
- Rock the box or tanks to agitate the product thoroughly.
- Ensure foam is brought to a temperature between 70°-90° F before dispensing. Failure to ensure proper temperature may affect product performance.
Tear open the top of box along perforated lines (Figure 1).
Remove instructions and accessories bag (Figure 2).
- Make sure gun is “OFF” by pushing trigger lock into gun body.
- Attach hoses. Connect the red hose to the red cylinder (unit A), connect the white hose to the white tank (unit B), inserting hoses into carton holes. Tighten hoses with wrench provided.
- Close cartons, unlock gun and spray into waste container to ensure chemicals distribute evenly and equally from both hoses.
- Lubricate o-ring (petroleum jelly is fine).
Select spray nozzle (yellow for fan pattern/flat areas, transparent for high-velocity linear spray/cracks and voids). Align slots on nozzle with notch on gun barrel and push/twist nozzle clockwise to lock in place (Figure 3).
Spray again into waste container to ensure product is mixing properly. The foam should be off-white in color (not brown or white – which indicates one unit is not working properly).
( Figure 4).
- Foam is now ready to apply.