Accufoam OC

The Leading Ultra-Low Density Spray Foam

Accufoam OC is ideal for new construction and retrofit insulation of both residential and commercial buildings. It’s a superior barrier to air, moisture, and heat transfer. With excellent adhesion, you can be confident the insulation will remain in place, matching or exceeding spec.

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Accufoam OC

Ultra Low Density Spray Foam

R:3.7
1
inch
R:7
2
inch
R:10
3
inch
R:13
3.5
inch
R:14
4
inch
R:17
5
inch
R:19
5.5
inch
R:20
6
inch
R:24
7
inch
R:26
7.5
inch
R:27
8
inch
R:31
9
inch
R:34
10
inch
R:37
11
inch
R:41
12
inch
R:48
14
inch
R:54
16
inch
R:61
18
inch

Approved for Insulation Applications

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Interior Walls

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Floors

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Unvented Attics

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Vented Attics

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Ceilings

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Crawl Space

Accufoam OC - Open Cell Foam

Provides a seamless air barrier to control air leakage and lower energy consumption. It eliminates condensation, moisture, and mold from your home and blocks airborne noises and absorbs sound energy for an energy-efficient, comfortable, and quiet indoor environment.

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Up to 45% Energy Savings for Life

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Minimize Unwanted Noise

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Reduce Condensation Risks

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Adheres to Most Construction Substrates

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Durable and Strong

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Cover More Space Per Gallon

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Eliminate Hot and Cold Spots

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Very High Yield

The Accufoam Advantage

Real-World Results Crush Theory Every Day

Most spray foams are evaluated on theoretical performance in lab conditions. Accufoam, however, is designed and manufactured to achieve consistently high-quality performance and adhesion in adverse real-world conditions.

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How It Works

Eliminate Hot Spots & Cold Spots With Accufoam

Accufoam OC controls the three causes of heat transfer in every building.

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Conduction

Heat wants to move through walls, ceilings, and roof.

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Radiation

Every building absorbs the sun’s rays. That heat radiates inward.

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Convection

In an interior, heat wants to move from hot spots to cold.