What is ThermoSeal Flameguard 500?
ThermoSeal Flameguard 500 is an Appendix X rated, two component, semi-rigid, totally water blown, .5lb light density polyurethane foam insulation system which simultaneously insulates and air-seals your building structure. Flameguard 500 requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN), which contains ZERO ozone depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols and fire retarding materials. Flameguard 500 is designed to make homes more energy efficient, quieter, healthier and more comfortable. Flameguard 500 is applied as a liquid spray which expands approximately 100 times its initial mass and cures within seconds into a semi-rigid mass. Flameguard 500 fills all building cavities completely sealing all cracks, crevices, and voids where air loss and inltration are most common. If needed, excess material is easily trimmed off leaving a surface ready for drywall.
Contractor & Applicator Benefits
With continuous research and development, ThermoSeal continues to lead the spray foam insulation industry in both quality and diversity of spray foam products. Our products insulation performance is the clear winner in energy savings, sound control, moisture vapor permeance, lifespan, and cellular structure, therefore reducing waste and cost at the same time.
Sprayability – Easy to spray with a more controlled rise, resulting in less waste
Predictability – Provides consistent & predictable yields
Ease of Use – Constant mixing is not required
R-Value – One of the highest aged R-Values in the industry today
|R-Value||3.9 @ 1″||ASTM C 518|
|Core Density||0.5 LB / Cubic Foot||ASTM D 1622|
|Open Cell Content||> 97%||ASTM D 6226|
|Surface Burning||Class 1 Pass||ASTM E 84|
|Smoke Index||< 450|
|Flame Spread||< 25|
|Ignition Barrier||Pass ATI Labs/Intertek Report No.: F9961.05-121-24 Test Date: July 28, 2016||AC377 Appendix X|
|Thermal Barrier||Pass using DC315 manufactured by International Fireproof Technology, Inc at (88.88 sq. ft./gal @ 18 mils wet and 12 mils dry) coverage rate of 1.136 gallons (4.3 L) per 100 square feet (9.3 m2)||NFPA 286|