Promast All Gaps

With two straws attached to its lid, Promast All Gaps is mounting and infilling foam which can be used in both narrow and wide cracks and gaps. With its two straws on its lid it is an innovative product. Narrow gaps which cannot be filled with the wide-mouthed straw can be filled with the help of its narrow straw.

  • Product Code: PMF-235
  • Gross Weight: 860gr
  • Volume: 750ml
  • Shelf Life: 15 months
  • Yield: 35-45 liter/1000ml
  • Color: Light yellow
Technical Documents
  • Standard straw can be used on wide, thin straw can be used on narrow gaps.
  • Specially designed lid houses two straws for narrow and wide gaps.
  • Reaches to sliceable form fast.
  • Can be painted over.
  • Does not shrink.
  • Does not runoff on vertical surfaces.
  • Regular and fine cell structure.
  • Enlarges controllably.
  • General filling and mounting applications.
  • Filling of narrow gaps in buildings for insulation purposes.
  • Density: 25-28 kg/m3
  • Capacity: 35-45 liters/1000ml
  • Flammability Class (DIN4102): B3
  • Volume Loss: 3% max
  • Expansion: 150-200%
  • Non-Sticking Period: 8-10 minutes
  • Slicing Period: 30-40 minutes
  • Color: Light yellow
  • According to the width of the gap, take out the appropriate straw and attach it on the valve by twisting.
  • Shake the can vigorously.
  • Moistening application surfaces would accelerate the drying speed and would have a positive effect on cell structure, efficiency and adhesion strength.
  • While the can is upside down, press the trigger for the foam to come out.
  • Since the foam will expand, fill the gaps partially.
  • From time to time, shake the can again during the application.
  • Leave the straw on the can for the next application; otherwise clean the valve with a solvent like acetone.
  • Shaking the can vigorously before the application may increase the total foam volume obtained.
  • Fresh foam can be cleaned with Foam Cleanser or with a solvent like acetone.
  • Hardened foam is very hard to clean and can only be done mechanically.
  • When working at very high or very low temperatures, it is recommended to bring the can to room temperature first.
  • It contains diphenylmethane -4, 4 diisocyanate. If inhaled for long periods, it may cause sensitivity on respiratory organs. If the wet foam contacts the skin for long periods, it may cause local rash and sensitivity on the skin. For this reason the environment should be well-ventilated during the application, contact with the skin should be avoided and protective gloves and safety goggles should be worn while working. The aerosol can is filled with combustible propellant gasses under high pressure. It should not be punctured and should be kept away from any heat source or flames.