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Inhalation of isocyanate vapors or mist can produce severe irritation. Excessive exposure will produce serious, possible irreversible pulmonary injury. Persons exhibiting symptoms of isocyanate exposure severe coughing, tightness of chest, labored breathing should be immediately removed from the contaminated area.
If breathing has stopped, artificial respiration must be promptly applied. If breathing is labored and oxygen inhalation equipment is available, oxygen should be administered by trained personnel.
The Iso component should be kept away from caustic solutions, tertiary amines, and water, to prevent rapid polymerization and accompanying generation of heat and gasses. Dangerous pressures can develop in closed containers. Protect all materials from moisture. Both components may contain volatile ingredients; therefore, keep the containers tightly sealed and store indoors at 60 F F 16 C to 27 C. Open the containers carefully, allowing any built-up pressure to be relieved slowly and safely.
Nonflammable cleaning solvents should be used for cleanup. Solvent manufacturer's precautions must be observed. A sprinkler system, water spray, carbon dioxide or dry chemical extinguisher may be used for extinguishing fires involving liquid components. Fire fighters should wear self-contained breathing apparatus.
In no instance should polyurethane foam be installed without a suitable fire-resistive thermal barrier. If a major isocyanate spill occurs, the area should be immediately evacuated and ventilated. Only cleanup personnel, properly equipped with respiratory and eye protection, should remain. Protective equipment for clean-up crews should include a positive pressure, self-contained breathing apparatus, equipped with full facepiece, hood or helmet and impervious clothing, footwear and gloves.
Leaking containers should be moved outdoors, and the isocyanate transferred to other clean, dry containers, which must then be tightly sealed. Isocyanate spills should be covered with sawdust, vermiculite, fuller's earth, or other oil-absorbent material in quantities sufficient to absorb all of the liquid isocyanate.
Let this solution sit in an unsealed container for approximately 48 hours.
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Dispose of the fully neutralized material in full accordance with federal, state and local hazardous waste regulations. Gaco Western's spray systems should be applied only by qualified, experienced spray applicators.
For general and detailed specifications for most applications, consult the appropriate Gaco literature. The Gaco RoofFoam family of spray foams are a new generation of polyurethane products that exhibit superior substrate bonding, excellent interlayer adhesion, and a good smooth surface texture when correctly applied, and proper mixing is obtained during application. These processing instructions were developed to aid the spray contractor in obtaining a properly applied product, and MUST be followed within the limits specified to ensure acceptable quality foam.
Both components may contain volatile ingredients; therefore, keep the containers tightly sealed, and store indoors at 60 F F 16 C to 27 C. Extreme caution must be taken to prevent overspray and fumes from contaminating other areas and properties. At the bottom of the recommended temperature range, flash coats or thin passes are to be avoided. For best results, all surfaces to be sprayed, including previously applied foam or coatings, must be clean, dry, and free of dirt, grease, release agents, loose or damaged protective coatings, or other contaminates.
Existing silicone coatings, or traces thereof, must be completely removed, to assure proper adhesion of the foam to the substrate. The surface must be carefully inspected and properly prepared prior to the application of foam, to ensure adequate bonding. An inspection of an existing built-up roof must include moisture testing and taking core samples to determine adhesion and integrity of the existing roof composite.
A suitable primer should be applied to enhance the adhesion of the foam insulation to the surface, and to prevent corrosion of metal substrates. A vapor barrier may be required.
Consult Gaco Western's Application Specifications or a technical representative for recommendations. Therefore, the foam insulation must be protected from these conditions with a properly designed protective coating system. Gaco Western offers a wide and comprehensive range of coating systems for a variety of climates and geographical locations. The proper design of a protective coating system must take into consideration the following factors; climate, vapor permeability of the substrate, and temperature and relative humidity differentials between the interior and exterior of the structure.
Such protective coating systems must themselves be protected from mechanical damage that might result from causes such as foot traffic, hail, and equipment, and must resist movement and displacement under these conditions. When exposed to open flame, cured polyurethane foam will present a serious fire hazard.
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Prior to designing and installing a spray polyurethane foam perimeter insulation system, code officials should be consulted for recommendations and approvals. Federal, local and state building codes vary.
All require that spray applied polyurethane foam insulation be covered with an approved 15 minute fire rated thermal barrier. However, always check with local officials for recommendations and approvals. It is recommended that the approved thermal barrier be installed the same day the foam is applied. Each layer of built-up foam should be at least one-half inch thick; if one-quarter inch or less in thickness, the foam layer may be of generally poor quality, have weak, elongated cells, and have poor interlayer adhesion.
The applied foam should be allowed to rise completely before another layer is applied. Successive layers should be applied within fifteen minutes for optimum interlayer adhesion, with a suggested minimum waiting period of approximately five minutes between layers. The gun's spray pattern must be well defined and properly directed to minimize overspray.
Foam should be applied to cylindrical vessels with "passes" made along the vessel's axis with the gun directed normal to the surface. Spray coverage should be such that a convenient area is built up to the desired thickness before moving on to another area.
Open cell foams may be sprayed at greater thickness than closed cell foams without adversely affecting quality. Please check the individual Product Data Sheet for more detailed spray parameters.
The temperature of the Poly component must be above 60 F 16 C when fed to the proportioning pump from drums.
During hot months, take care that the Poly component held on the jobsite is kept from overheating. Store or hold drums in the shade, out of the direct sun, and use supplemental cooling under extreme temperature conditions.In the mid s the city centre works was closed and production moved to a new industrial rubber plant in Cramlington, Northumberland.
You will need to ensure that the replacements have a stainless steel garter spring BTW people dont like it when you play with the colour and size. Federal, local and state building codes vary. Successive layers should be applied within fifteen minutes for optimum interlayer adhesion, with a suggested minimum waiting period of approximately five minutes between layers.
If breathing is labored and oxygen inhalation equipment is available, oxygen should be administered by trained personnel. Electrical wiring and conduit can be sprayed on as long as open energized circuits are protected.