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Mix TotalBoat 2-Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam in equal parts and pour in place to soundproof, insulate, provide buoyancy, and even create art. Pourable foam has 94% closed-cell structure to resist absorbing water, and is unaffected by gas or oil. Available in 2 lb & 6 lb density.
2 pound density foam is great for filling voids in non-structural applications. Can be poured beneath decks and inside cavities to provide buoyancy, and has a flotation range of 75 lbs/qt and 300 lbs/gal.
6 pound density foam has higher compressive strength, ideal for filling cavities to support heavy loads. Its smaller cell structure makes it a popular choice for uses ranging from buoys to sculptures. Its flotation range is 23 lbs/qt and 92 lbs/gal.
Both have been tested in accordance with U.S. Coast Guard Regulation # 33 CFR 183.114.
Available in 2-Quart and 2-Gallon Kits.
|Technical Specifications||2 LB. Density Foam||6 LB. Density Foam|
|Mix Ratio by WEIGHT||100 Resin:109 Activator||100 Resin:100 Activator|
|Mix Ratio by VOLUME||1 part Resin : 1 part Activator||1 part Resin : 1 part Activator|
|Cream Time||45 seconds||65 seconds|
|Gel Time||235 seconds||150 seconds|
|Tack-Free Time||380 seconds||215 seconds|
|Rise Time||400 seconds||200-250 seconds|
|Flotation (Admixed)||75 lbs/qt; 300 lbs/gal||23 lbs/qt; 92 lbs/gal|
|Application Temperature||60-85°F (75-85°F is optimal for yield and cure/working times)||60-85°F (75-85°F is optimal for yield and cure/working times)|
|Yield: 2-Quart Kit||2 cubic ft.||3/4 cubic ft.|
|Yield: 2-Gallon Kit||8 cubic ft.||3.0 cubic ft.|
|Weight||9.4 lbs/gal (resin), 10.2 lbs/gal (activator)||9.0 lbs/gal (resin), 10.2 lbs/gal (activator)|
|Storage||33-95°F - DO NOT ALLOW TO FREEZE||33-95°F - DO NOT ALLOW TO FREEZE|
WARNING: The 6 LB. Density Flotation Foam Activator can expose you to chemicals including ethylene glycol, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
September 30, 2023
foamed in a oddly shaped holding tank w/ 6lb foam. drill mixer and an infrared thermometer were handy tools to have. make sure everything is at recommended temperature or expansion rate will vary.
August 29, 2023
Rebuilding an Aluminum boat
August 22, 2023
I am a Youtube Content Creator and the next project I am working on now is a 1976 Smoker Craft. A complete rebuild. I had purchased other (2 Part-closed cell) products that were twice the cost. Since this is the first time I am using pour foam, I didn't know how much I needed. The folks at Jamestown were awesome the chat with. I will be giving them a "Shout Out" on my channel when I am finished the project.
August 11, 2023
Worked as advertised
December 19, 2022
Used polyurethane Flotation Foam to make a Kayak last summer. Worked out fantastic excellent water craft will provide pics. This year am using it for making light weight strong as heck custom terrariums for keeping small animal's and plants indoors. Really amazing foam if used according to directions there are endless possibilities for application.
August 23, 2022
Minor comment: The cans are labeled as net contents 1 Qt. Not quite sure what "net contents" means but contents are definitely less than one liquid quart. However, as long as contents are mixed as directed (1 to 1), the end results are perfect. :-)
July 28, 2022
Using it to rebuild flooring in 1970 Correct Craft Freeport. Correct Craft made liberal use of foam to support the floor in addition to wood. Kept a lot of the old foam, but had to discard some of it that was too saturated with water. When cured it is extremely solid, yet easy to cut and shape to a fair surface.
July 5, 2022
Bought to fill the walls between my freestanding tub. Was a bit nervous about the pressure busting the walls or heating up too much, but it worked perfectly. Highly recommend everyone doing this for their tub, gets rid of the hollow sound and holds warmth.
June 16, 2022
I used it to make blocks for flotation using plastic containers for my boat. I used cardboard cup holders to prevent spills and red cups to pour equal amounts of material. I also labeled each cup A or B. Outside temperature 75/80 degrees. I was able to coax each block out after a half hour. I used blocks instead of poring directly into my aluminum boat with marine wood as my floor, because it took long time to take out saturated foam. Using a crow bar to pry out material was very helpful. Additionally, I used noodle rod foam to secure blocks. These tips helped me as I was able to access bad foam. Marine repairman told me fiberglass boats also can get foam saturated with water. My boat is 12 years old and stays in water for about 4 months. I use bilge pump to help rid water.
June 4, 2022
Used to build composite panels for a diy truck camper. Lots of variables affect expansion, so it is not super consistent density, but it works as advertised