ICP Adhesives & Sealants Inc.(ICP), formerly Fomo Products Inc. will be attending the Polyurethane Technical Conference in Baltimore, September 26. As part of their presence at the event, ICP will be presenting a paper alongside Honeywell, titled, The Use of Solstice Gas Blowing Agent (GBA) in Low Pressure Spray Polyurethane Foam Application and introducing its newest product—Handi-Foam High Density Spray Polyurethane Foam.
“As the premier event in the polyurethanes industry, the Polyurethane Technical Conference is the perfect opportunity for us to unveil our newest product, Handi-Foam High Density Spray Polyurethane Foam,” said Zach Utz, Marketing Product Manager, ICP Adhesives & Sealants Inc. “This low pressure, two-component SPF not only is the first low pressure spray foam kit in the market to use the Solstice gas blowing agent, but also meets commercial roofing codes for compressive strength for polyurethane foam roofs.”
As the first ICP product introduced under the 3-Point Pledge, Handi-Foam High Density sets the standard for low pressure polyurethane foam products using gas blowing agents that contribute to a lower Global Warming Potential (GWP). The pledge is the ICP promise to be a trusted resource, deliver the best experience and support the environment with all existing Handi-Foam®, Polyset® and future ICP products.
“As we promised in 2015, we are working diligently to develop products which contribute to lower GWP. We’re proud to be launching the first low pressure spray foam in the industry to do this,” said Utz. “We are excited to continue working with Honeywell and share with the polyurethanes industry the next generation of SPF solutions.”
Handi-Foam High Density is designed to retain the insulation value of the SPF roof and maintain the roof’s seamless seal. This product is ideal for applications where higher compressive strengths are required, such as:
- Sealing around faulty flashings, vents or equipment
- Building up low-lying areas where water pools
- Repairing cracks
- Patching roofs after equipment changes
- Sealing pin holes in polyurethane roofs
- Repairing Type A and B blisters
- Critical seal or flash and bat in attics where foot traffic is expected
For more information about ICP Adhesives & Sealants, visit www.icpadhesives.com.