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Gaco 052N is a water-blown, spray-applied system that cures to a semi-rigid low-density foam. The cured product is dimensionally stable in all weather conditions and its insulating properties do not significantly diminish over time. Gaco 052N is safe for the environment, containing no CFC’s, HCFC’s, HFC’s, formaldehyde or ozone depleting chemicals. Gaco 052N is a Class I fire rated foam and meets the requirements of ICC-ES AC377 Acceptance Criteria for Foam Plastic Insulation.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION: Gaco 052N forms a completely sealed air barrier in wall cavities and can be used to fill 2” x 6” stud wall construction in a single application. Its performance is superior to commonly used fiberglass batting or loose fill insulation. It adheres well to most building materials and will provide a continuous barrier against air infiltration for the life of the building. Gaco 052N is semi-rigid in nature but is flexible enough to withstand normal expansion and contraction of building components. Yields up to 15,000 board feet per set (1,020 Lbs.) are possible under optimum conditions.
SPRAYABILITY. Easy to spray with a more controlled rise, resulting in less waste.
PREDICTABILITY. Provides consistent and predictable yields.
EASE OF USE. Constant mixing is not required. Available pre-catalyzed or catalyzed in the field.
R-VALUE. One of the highest Aged R-Values available in the industry today.
ENERGY EFFICIENT. Seamless air barrier reduces uncontrolled air leakage, lowering energy costs for building owner and homeowner.
HEALTHY. Reduces condensation, moisture and mold, improving occupant comfort, health and safety.
RESPONSIBLE. Higher aged R-values than conventional insulation. Reduces energy consumption, and contains no ozone-depleting chemicals. Earn up to 20 LEED credits.
QUIET. Acts as a sound barrier to help block airborne noise and absorbs sound. Proven to decrease exterior noise by up; to 20 decibels.
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