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Mine Foam

Mine Ventilation Control System

Formulated for use by the underground mine professional, Touch 'n Seal Polyurethane Mine Foam is used to control mine ventilation by sealing air leaks in and around metal, wood and concrete stoppings, overcasts, electrical and plumbing chases and other areas which may need ventilation control.  It can also be used to fill voids, control water leaks and run-off, and provide sound and thermal insulation.  The unique formulation allows for quick and complete cure with strong bonding to most surfaces in a wide range of substrate and ambient temperatures.

MSHA Suitability #S17/02 - Mine Foam has been tested and evaluated by MSHA to meet or exceed their strict standards for safety and is listed in the "List of Suitable Sealants for Mine Ventilation Controls" (Stoppings & Overcasts)

Features & Benefits

  • Cures quickly
  • Available in 180 and 200 bd. ft. sizes
  • Heavy-duty, water resistant waxed carton
  • Easy to carry, set up and use
  • No shaking needed before using
  • Does not require pumps, water, compressors or supplied air
  • Reusable applicator with 11-½ foot reach
  • ASTM E-84 Class A Fire Resistance:
    • Flame Spread:  15
    • Smoke Developed: 110
  • No offensive odor during use or after cured

Typical Uses

  • Seal air leaks in and around metal, wood and concrete stoppings, overcasts, electrical and plumbing chases
  • Fill voids and provide sound and thermal insulation
  • Patch and repair existing stoppings and ventilation control structures
  • Control water run-off

Kit Includes

  • 10' pre-attached hose
  • P2 reusable applicator gun
  • Additional conical spray nozzles
  • Wrench
  • Extra o-ring
  • Petroleum jelly
  • Latex gloves
  • All instructions
  • Product data sheet

Technical Information

Mine Foam Component A - Safety Data Sheet (PDF)
Mine Foam Component B - Safety Data Sheet (PDF)
Mine Foam - Operating Instructions (PDF)

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