TotalBoat 2-Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam 2 lb. Density 2-Quart Kit
Totalboat by Jamestown Distributors
  • TotalBoat 2-Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam 2 lb. Density 2-Quart Kit
  • TotalBoat 2-Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam 6 lb. Density 2-Quart Kit
  • TotalBoat 2-Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam 2-Gallon Kits

TotalBoat 2 Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam

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.

 
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2-Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam Specifications:
  • The lightweight, 2 lb. density foam is commonly used for filling voids, filling under decks, and practically any other flotation or insulation application.
  • 6 lb. density foam is used for architectural castings, support applications, and has virtually an unlimited number of potential uses.
  • The densities shown refer to the weight per cubic foot of expanded foam (12 in. x 12 in. x 12 in.)
  • 2 lb. density foam expansion: One 2-Quart Kit expands to approximately 2 cubic feet; one 2-Gallon Kit expands to approximately 8 cubic feet.
  • 6 lb. density foam expansion: Expands to approximately 10 times its liquid volume
  • All expansion rates and times given are temperature critical. Temperatures below 75 degrees F will lower the expansion rate, which will require more foam. The ideal working temperature is 75 to 80 degrees F or above.
  • Accurate measuring of these products is extremely critical.
  • Once fully cured, either foam can be laminated over with any type of polyester, epoxy, or vinyl ester resin without melting. Polyurethane foam is compatible with both epoxy and polyester resin systems.
  • This product can be poured in multiple layers, with excellent bonding between layers.
  • Working time before foaming: Approximately 45 seconds (2 lb. density) to 65 seconds (6 lb. density).
  • Time before full expansion: Approximately 5 minutes
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  240 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 
Shelf Life  6 months  6 months 
Material: Polyurethane
Number Of Parts: Two Part
Type: Expanding Foam
4.6 39

would purchase again

4

supposed to be a one to one mix.I came up about 12 oz less on activator .Was still enough material to do my project.

jerry

penna.

Yes

I will be buying another one of these kits

5

I used one quart mixing cups. I put equal amounts that totaled just under a quart stirred and poured in holes in the floor. It was about fifty degrees outside but about seventy inside a heated shop so it didn't kick off real fast and gave me a little time to pour scrape the cup good so I didn't have much waste.

Ray

Madisonville, Ky

Yes

I would buy again

5

Worked well to hold fuel tanks in position.

Steve

Norwalk, CT

Yes

used to fill and strengthen fiberglass stringers void (sailb

5

it expands quick, no doubt, so you better move fast and use small batches

mike

buffalo NY

Yes

I would buy this product again and recommend it to anyone.

5

I used this to fill the end compartments of a canoe. Not only did it work well it was easy and added structure to the canoe.

Rick

Ripley, Ohio

Yes

Awesome product ans service

5

The floataion foam worked like charm. Easy to use.

Ken

Denver, NC

Yes

Flotation foam

5

I used this product to fill flotation tanks of a sailboat. Instead of pouring the mixture directly into the chamber, I first lined it with a plastic drop cloth as I did not want to foam to adhere directly to the wooden boat structure. I want the flotation foam to be removable so that I can (at some point) paint or clean the inside walls of the tank. After the foam has cured, the plastic can easily be peeled off. I made smaller successive batches, each one fitting into the contour of the previous batch and easily removable. It's been working very well.

Chris

Pittsburgh, PA

Yes

Love the results!

5

This was an easy product to use, seemed pretty true to directions.

TW

North Dakota

Yes

simple and effective

5

Easy to use and very effective. Just make sure to pour it before it starts to expand (about 30-40 seconds). It can be messy. So, plan ahead and have everything, including stir stick and something to clean any drips ready ahead of time.

Nauti Boh

Charleston, SC

Yes

easy to use.

4

Works as advertised.

ken

lansing,MI

Yes

TotalBoat 2 Part Polyurethane Flotation Foam

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