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Polyurethane Injection Pour Foam Kit (A-B Components) 5 Lb Density

  • 5 lb PU Foam setting or injecting under bathtub onto floor into cavity fills void & supports in addition of bottom fiberglass rebuild crack repair
Price:
$39.75
SKU:
FMIKI
Weight:
7.00 LBS
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Product Description

This 5 pound foam is the only recommended tub/shower installation pour foam by bath manufacturers. Mix, shake, pour onto the floor and set the tub. Superior for tub bottom injections in conjunction with an inlay application. Due to it's high density it can expand up to 2/3 the volume of 2 pound industrial grade foam (1.5 inch rise).

Each injection kit comes with instructions and includes the following components:

  • Part A and Part B, in quart and gallon kits
  • (6) 16 oz. dispensing bottles with Yorker lids for quart kit
  • (20) 16 oz. dispensing bottles with Yorker lids for gallon kit.
  • NOTE: Dispensing bottles and Yorker lids not included in 5 gallon kit

For diagramed foam installation kit instructions click here.

For an indepth instruction summary click here.

For injection applications instructions click here.

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Product Reviews

  1. Poly foam 5 lb two part 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Mar 2015

    This is great for repairs and support


  2. Works Great 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Apr 2013

    I used this for a shower pan that have been improperly installed and it worked great. Hardly any mess, (follow the instructions!), and the pan bottom is rock solid now. I would recommend this to anyone.


  3. Incredible Floor Support 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Sep 2012

    In the last 6 months I have done several major floor repairs that I would have refused to attempt in the past. If used wisely and according to instructions, this high density foam
    is incredible. I repaired a tub with a broken bottom board last month, pulled up the bottom board with a drywall screw and injection foam under the board. The homeowner (375 lbs.) is thrilled that he does not have to replace the tub.