Spray Polyurethane Foam is Recirculated in Cold Temperatures

ThermalGuard OC1.6 is a water-blown, hybrid cell spray polyurethane foam product that can be recirculated in cold temperatures.

ThermalGuard OC1.6 is a water-blown, hybrid cell spray polyurethane foam product that can be recirculated in cold temperatures.

Rhino Linings Corp. has announced the release of ThermalGuard OC1.6. ThermalGuard OC1.6 is a water-blown, hybrid cell spray polyurethane foam product that can be recirculated in cold temperatures, making it a user-friendly alternative to traditional closed cell products in a variety of adverse conditions.

The hybrid cell chemistry of ThermalGuard OC1.6 contributes to its yield. When applied, ThermalGuard OC1.6 expands to 25 times its size in approximately 12 seconds and can be safely applied in lift thickness of up to 2 inches. ThermalGuard OC1.6 is a building envelope insulation system designed for use in residential and commercial structures, and is often used to provide exterior foundation, perimeter, tank or pipe insulation.

The addition of ThermalGuard OC1.6 to the Rhino Linings spray polyurethane foam product offering both supports spray foam contractors looking to achieve more profit in the field and provides variety and versatility to the company’s growing line of building products.

To learn more about ThermalGuard OC1.6 and Rhino Linings Corp.’s line of spray foam products, visit the website.

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