foamed-in-place insulation

foamed-in-place insulation

A plastic foam; prepared by mixing the ingredients with a foaming agent immediately before placement, either by pouring the material into enclosed cavities or by application with a spray gun; used for thermal insulation.
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Phenolic (phenol-formaldehyde) is now only available as foamed-in-place insulation. Can shrink up to 2% after curing.