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Old 10-20-2013, 01:57 PM   #1
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I bought one of those spray foam kits (600 board feet) that looks like 2 propane tanks, I am
Using it to seal up the sills on my new foundation.

It's starting to get chilly "up here" and I was wondering what the minimum temperature is to spray the foam? The building is closed in, but not heated, I do have a couple of propane heaters I can use to bring up the temp if need be.

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What's manufacturer say? Go to their website and look at the product data sheet. That will tell you everything you want to know and more.

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They need to be at or near room temperature for a good while. Do not try to just quickly heat them via propane heaters.

Keep them inside a conditioned space for a solid day before using and then use them.
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Thanks!

How about the temperature of the actual room I am spraying the foam in? Does it need to be "room temperature" as well?

Thanks for the input!

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