Spray Can & Canister Foam Sealants
For the Contracting Professional

All Metal & Reusable
Only @ $179.00

For more than 40 years, there has not been a way to use one component foam sealant to spray, until now! Introducing the Spray Sealants Pro Gun to spray foam sealants. This simple solution uses pressurized air to create spray sealants which will save you time and money on every project. It’s compact, easy to operate and great for all those hard-to-reach areas in which traditional foam kits cannot be easily used. Also, because you are using a one component foam sealant, each application is affordable. The Spray Sealants Pro Gun is truly a handy addition for your energy efficiency toolbox. Visit the Spray Sealants Gun website for more information

Patent Pending Adapter

The patent pending Spray Sealants Gun Adapter is specifically designed to accommodate the Spray Sealants Gun so that when it fits onto the basket, it will not leak. This adapter gives the operator the flexibility to spray or to use a manual gun to apply a bead application, all out of a 10lb or 16lb canister. Also, because the adapter was designed for simplicity, it is easy to use and will fit onto the basket of any manual foam sealant gun in the market.

For air sealing joints, seams or cracks, a one-component foam or canister sealant has been successfully used for 40 years. While bead application has been effective solution, many projects also need some form of spray to actually get the job done completely. Bead applications must often be re-sealed over time and do not penetrate all of the deep surface cracks gaps and crevices, or microscopic areas that are difficult to see or reach. Spray sealant applications expand sealing cracks and crevices deeply and thoroughly when applied correctly.  This means that spray applications are more effective, and projects are not likely to require any repeat application.  

Insulating foam sealants are a type of spray polyurethane foam (one component foam) that has insulating, air sealing, and adhesive properties. Insulating foam sealants are available at home improvement stores and come in small cans (typically 12-24 oz.) or canisters ( 10lb-16lb). These products are intended for application for air sealing or as an adhesive. Their small volume, ease of use, and portability make them well-suited for smaller projects tackled by the Do-It-Yourselfer. They are typically dispensed using a straw or small dispensing gun. These “canned” foam products have specific safety information on the label that should be carefully followed.

  • Easy to Use
  • Class 1 Fire Retardant Provides a Permanent Seal Against Air, Moisture and Insect Infiltration
  • Easier to Use Than Caulk Type Penetration Sealants
  • Bonds to Common Building Materials Including Wood, Concrete, Insulating Foam Boards, Metal, Plastics and Sheetrock
  • Available In Both Straw and Cylinder Dispensing Systems
  • Reduces Energy Loss
  • No Ozone Depleting Chemicals
  • Does Not Shrink
  • Does Not Trap Moisture, Dust and Allergens As Does Fiberglass Insulation
  • Expands to Fill Gaps and Cracks, Reducing Air Exchanges
  • Reduces Use Of Fossil Fuels and Improves Air Quality
  • Helps to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Closed Cell Structure
  • 24,400 Linear Feet at 1/4" Bead

16lb Canisters

Insulating foam sealants are a type of spray polyurethane foam (one component foam) that has insulating, air sealing, and adhesive properties. Insulating foam sealants are available at home improvement stores and come in small cans (typically 12-24 oz.) or canisters ( 10lb-16lb). These products are intended for application for air sealing or as an adhesive. Their small volume, ease of use, and portability make them well-suited for smaller projects tackled by the Do-It-Yourselfer. They are typically dispensed using a straw or small dispensing gun. These “canned” foam products have specific safety information on the label that should be carefully followed.