Tiger Foam offers two different spray foam kits designed to be used for all air sealing applications.
The Tiger Foam Fast Rise spray foam kit is best used for applications with open access such as open wall cavities, overhead application, and between metal joists. The fast rise kit offers a controlled and full expansion for large open spaces.
The Tiger Foam Slow Rise spray foam kit is best used for applications with closed access such as pontoons, flotation devices and boat hulls. This formula is Marine-Rated and will float 60 pounds per cubic foot.. Whether it be a large or small area, Tiger Foam’s Slow Rise Formula is the answer when Foam Injection is required.
How many pounds does Tiger Foam float when used in flotation devices, marine applications or floating docks?
The tanks also need to be between 24-29 degrees C for maximum performance. If you are artificially heating/cooling the tanks, keep in mind that since they are steel, the tanks will be in range before all the chemical is. If you are bringing a tank up to temperature, shake the tanks to make sure all the chemical is a uniform temperature then apply a blanket, sleeping bag to ensure you heat is kept in while you spray. Ambient temperatures can deplete the heat from the liquids. Your temperature can be obtained by shooting an infra-red thermometer to observe for spraying purposes.