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No Warp®

Window & Door Sealant

Touch 'n Foam No Warp® Window & Door Sealant is specially formulated for use around window and door frames. While it can be used as an all-purpose foam, this revolutionary expanding polyurethane foam is designed to air seal without exerting pressure that can be detrimental to window or door frame stability.

This low pressure foam is actually self-venting which means that once it fills the void, the trapped CO² leaves the product – unlike conventional polyurethane foam that may continue to expand and apply pressure. This is ideal for sensitive areas (like window and door frames where the gap can be sealed without bowing the frame. The end result is an air-tight seal around windows and doors that lowers energy costs. 

Features & Benefits

  • Low pressure formula – guaranteed not to warp frames or jambs
  • Fills and air seals better than fiberglass
  • Stops drafts to minimize energy loss
  • Creates a moisture barrier
  • Fire retardant
  • Meets ASTM E84
  • Bright white
  • Class A fire resistant

Technical Information

No Warp® - Safety Data Sheet (PDF)

No Warp® - Safety Data Sheet - Spanish (PDF)

No Warp® - Product Data Sheet (PDF)

No Warp® - Product Data Sheet - Spanish (PDF)

No Warp® - LEED Credits Document (PDF)

 

                                                                                                                        


 

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