Ecofoam® Premium Rigid Foam Systems
Your Environmentally Friendly HFC Replacement Solution
- No Global Warming Potential (GWP)
- No Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP)
- VOC Exempt
- EPA Snap Approved
- Unmatched Performance
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Superior Insulation For a Wide Range of Products
- Commercial Refrigeration
- Doors (Entry & Garage)
- Food Service Equipment
- Geothermal Piping
- HVAC Products
- Refrigerators & Freezers
- Refrigerated Transport
- Rotational Molding
- Water Heaters
Plus Much More!
Success Through Innovation
Ecofoam® is the most robust rigid polyurethane foam system on the market today, with unmatched performance that has proven superior in side-by-side comparisons to other systems made with HCFCs, HFCs and hydrocarbons. Ecofoam’s insulating properties surpass traditional materials and outperfom EPS and XPS, making it a perfect choice for building panels, entry and garage doors, appliances, food service equipment and so much more.
In addition, Ecofoam® offers excellent flowability, superior adhesion, consistent density distribution, wide processing latitudes and other benefits – all without adding costs. Simply put, Ecofoam® outperforms the competition and has an unmatched 15-year track record.
- Thermally Efficient
- Moisture Control
- Air Flow Management
- Structural Enhancement
- Noise Abatement
- Environmentally Friendly
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The Benchmark In Environmental Compliance And Responsibility
Foam Supplies Inc. has been a steward of the environment since our founding, and Ecofoam® is a great example of how that commitment continues on. Powered by our patented EPA SNAP approved Еcomate®blowing agent technology, ecofoam has no global warming potential (GWP), no ozone depletion potential (ODP) and is VOC-exempt, meaning it does not create smog.
Ecomate was first approved by the US EPA in 2003 to replace HCFCs and HFCs in all foam blowing end uses under the Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program. In commercial use since that time, Ecofoam® has proven to be superior to other polyurethanes made with HCFCs and HFCs. Ecofoam® also provides our customers’ products with a “green” competitive advantage, often while reducing overall costs and requiring little or no changes to production processes and equipment.
Ecofoam® also meets the requirements of the Montreal and Kyoto Protocols and the Kigali Amendment, helping companies around the world make better products that are better for the environment.
- Zero global warming
- Zero ozone depletion
- VOC exempt
- EPA / SNAP compliant
- Non-marine pollutant
- Formaldehyde free
- Urea-formaldehyde free
- Penta-BDE free
- Asbestos free
Ecofoam® Product Family
Creating a Sustainable World
The ecofoam family of products is classified as Non-Hazardous according to DOT and OSHA Regulations, and is classified as Non-Flammable according to ADR and GHS (Global Harmonized System). Ecofoam® is available in various container types for shipping and storage, and has a shelf-life of six months. Please refer to the Technical Data Sheet for specific storage and handling details.
The Ecofoam® family is compatible with high, low, and pressurized metering equipment.
Third party certifications
Actual processing specifications should be determined by users for each product or application.
|Chemical Temp.||27-35°C (80-95°F)|
|Mold/Fixture Temp.||27-43°C (80-110°F)|
Polyurethane foams are organic materials and therefore combustible under certain fire conditions. Ecofoam® is formulated so that it extinguishes once a flame source is removed from the surface.
|ASTM D-1929 Spontaneous Ignition Temp. Flash Ignition Temp.||≥ 454°C (50°F) ≥ 343°C (650°F)|
|FMVSS Standard No.302||PASS|
Ecofoam® offers R-values up to 8.2 at 1″ thickness. Third-party testing has shown that ecomate blowing agent does not condense (begin to liquefy) at temperatures as low as -85°C / -121°F, thereby maintaining its insulating properties even at low temperatures.
|Blowing Agent Gas. Lambda (W/m:K)||10.7|
|R-value at 1”||Up to 8.2|
|Initial K-Factor (W/m•K)||.0176|
|Initial K-Factor (BTU•in/hr•ft2 OF)||.122|
|Gel Time (seconds)||85 ± 10||85 ± 10||85 ± 10||65 ± 10||130 ± 10||130 ± 10|
|Free Rise Density kg/m3 lbs/ft3||25.6 ± 2.0 1.6 ± 0.1||32 ± 2.0 2.0 ± 0.1||40 ± 3.0 2.5 ± 0.2||25.6 ± 20.0 1.6 ± 0.1||30 ± 2.0 2.1 ± 0.1||25.6 ± 2.0 1.6 ± 0.1|
|Compressive Strength, kPa (psi) Parallel to Rise Perpendicular||276 (40) 166 (24)||345 (50) 220 (32)||414 (60) 275 (40)||276 (40) 166 (24)||345 (50) 220 (32)||276 (40) 166 (24)|
|Closed Cell Content||>95%||>95%||>95%||>95%||>95%||>95%|