Ricky from New York writes,
Does temperature or moisture affect safety when using termidor foam?
I have active mud tube in the walls of my boiler room. I plan to inject the foam into the wall. The boiler room is always warm with the boiler or furnace running in there. Would higher temperatures cause the chemicals to be in the air as vapor? If I have a water leak in the boiler room and the water comes into contact with the foam, is that unsafe?
As long as the product is not coming into contact with open flame or getting to extreme temperatures to hit a flash point (which is listed on the MSDS we have linked on the product page) there should be no harm. Also it will not vaporize or be an issue of water gets on it as it has moisture in it to begin with. The water if anything would dissapate the foam faster.
Answer last updated on: 04/15/2015