Touch ‘n Foam Pro System 600 is a completely self-contained 2-component foam system that is portable and disposable. Complete with color-coded hoses, ergonomic foam applicator, and all the necessary tools to get started, the System 600 provides up to 600 board feet* (theoretical) of polyurethane spray foam. Designed for larger insulating (up to 2 inch fills), sealing, patching and filling applications, the System 600 provides a quick, consistent flow of foam with rapid curing (60 seconds) to insulate stud wall cavities, gaps, cracks, expansion joints, and other sources of air leakage.
Features & Benefits
- ICC Evaluation Service Listed; Report # ESR-3052
- High R-value = 5.4 per inch
- Class A fire-rated formula
- Closed cell structure
- No ozone depleting chemicals
- Resists moisture that can lead to mold or mildew
- Bonds to a variety of materials, including wood, masonry, metals and drywall
- Two cylinders (Components A & B)
- Anti-crossover foam applicator with hoses
- Nozzles (5 Conical; 5 Fan)
- Chemical resistant gloves
- Safety glasses
- Assembly wrench
- O-ring lubricant
- Safety data sheet
- SDS/instructions & instructional video
Touch 'n Foam's instructional videos will quickly show you how to properly setup, operate, maintain and store your spray kits.
The System 600 comes with five conical and five fan nozzles to help you achieve the best possible results for your insulation project. Five-pack replacement nozzles are also available for purchase.
Cold Weather Reminder
During colder months, 2 component foam is very sensitive to temperature variances. Per product instructions, both tank temperatures need to be above 70°F (21°C) for at least 24 hours prior to use. All application surfaces should be clean/dry and above 60°F (16°C) prior to application. Variance outside of the recommended temperature can affect foam yield and performance.
Note: A board foot is defined as a 12" x 12" square at 1" thick. Actual output can be affected by a number of factors including temperature and humidity. The theoretical yield has become an industry standard for identifying certain sizes of two component kits. Theoretical yield calculations are performed in perfect laboratory conditions, without taking into account the loss of blowing agent or the variations in application methods and types.