Comfort Lock HFO 2.0

SKU
SDP1237

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Overview

Comfort Lock HFO is Closed-Cell Medium Density Spray Polyurethane Foam insulating material that has been tested by an independent laboratory and evaluated by the Underwriters Laboratories (ULC ER-R40655). Comfort Lock HFO can be used for residential, industrial, and institutional building application where proper insulation is in need.

2.18 lb.

Core Density

1.87

LTTR

5.4

R-Value Per Inch

Packaging

Comfort Lock HFO medium-density spray polyurethane foam insulation is sold in 227 liter (60 gallon) steel drum sets and 946 liter (250 gallon) tote sets.

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Details

Comfort Lock HFO is Closed-Cell Medium Density Spray Polyurethane Foam insulating material that has been tested by an independent laboratory and evaluated by the Underwriters Laboratories (ULC ER-R40655). Comfort Lock HFO can be used for residential, industrial, and institutional building application where proper insulation is in need. Comfort Lock HFO also creates a bond to almost every kind of construction material on market. It can be applied to walls, roof, rim joists, crawl space foundations and most difficult space. It complies with the CAN/ULC-S705.1-15 Standard for Thermal Insulation - Spray Applied Rigid Polyurethane Foam, Medium Density – Material Specification.

Key Features

  • LTTR - TYPE 1 provides long-term thermal resistance of 1.87 m²•K/W at 50 mm.
  • Comfort Lock HFO medium-density SPF has an exceptional LTTR R-Value of 5.4 per inch.
  • Meets and exceeds CAN/ULC S705.1-15 as referenced in the National Building Code of Canada.
  • Use on substrates as cold as -10°C (14°F).
  • Safe for electrical wiring, can be applied over typical electrical wiring without affecting wire coverings.
  • Safe for plumbing, can be applied over PVC (polyvinyl chloride), ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), PEX (cross-linked polyethylene), copper and steel piping systems.