|Active Ingredient:||60% Sulfates Disodium Lauroampho Diacetate|
|For use in:||wall voids, tunnels, ground voids, drains and other voids needing complete treatment of all vertical and horizontal surfaces; Food-handling establishments|
|Yield:||QUART SIZE- yields approx 21 gallons low-expansion foam or 5 gallons high-expansion foam.|
Pro-Foam Platinum concentrate is a unique blend of foaming agents that mixes with any type of insecticide to create a thick foam, transportable into wall voids, drains, tunnels, and any other vertical or horizontal surfaces that liquid insecticides cannot reach on their own. What makes Pro-Foam truly distinctive above other foaming agents is that it guarantees compatibility with every insecticide tested on the market. Before adding Pro-Foam to your choice of insecticide, be sure to follow all mixing instructions on the chemical manufacturer’s label. Pro-Foam rates will vary depending on the chemical and equipment used. You will need a special pressurized sprayer that has foaming capabilities in order to apply this product. Pro-Foam is non-repellent and environment friendly.
Follow all mixing instructions on chemical manufacturer’s label, adding ProFoam as directed. User must complete any equipment and other calibration steps that may be required to ensure proper coverage. ProFoam rates will vary depending on chemical and equipment used. For use in food plants: Food contact surfaces are to be rinsed with potable water before reuse.
EQUIPMENT INFO: ProFoam was designed for the NPD Universal Soldier line of equipment but will also work in other foam generators. ProFoam may be metered through in-line injection devices such as venture and proportional injectors. Each of these dispensing systems use different technology. Contact your equipment manufacturer for detailed instructions.
ADD FOAMING AGENT TO MIXTURE LAST
• To Achieve Low Expansion - ½ to 1 ½ oz. Pro-Foam per gal. of pesticide
• To Achieve High Expansion - 1 ½ to 6 oz. Pro-Foam per gal. of pesticide
Expansion rates will vary depending on water pH and temperature.
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By J. on May 4, 2010
I have used this product with Bora Care to inject the material into the voids of a concrete block foundation. I have active termites and had a bait system installed. ProFoam concentrate worked fine. I would add however don't forget to shake the mixture in the applicator before pumping up the applicator. Would recommend this product.
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By Woody on December 23, 2011
It sure makes a difference when you purchase supplies from folks who are truly interested in your success, using the right products for your task. I was asked do you really need that much product for one house. Please hold off on your order until Michael returns he has over 20 years of experience. I held off & discussed my situation with Michael, and changed my order. They sold less but made me spend less. I now trust their information & appreciate their honesty.
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By S.i.p.s. on May 25, 2012
Great expansion and sticking capabilities, well worth it for invasive insects when added with a pesticide.
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By Eric on May 31, 2012
ProFoam Foaming Concentrate works as they said. Drilled into a porch slab and filled the holes until i saw foam coming out of the holes next to each other which tells me it was getting to the unseen areas below the concrete slab for the termite treatment i wanted. thank you very much for your product information that is so simple to understand.
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By Ulyses on May 9, 2013
Profoam really works great! 2 ounces per gallon seems to produce an adequate amount of foam for pesticide use. Highly recommend!
By Tom on May 14, 2013
I Bought the gallon size of this product. It works just as it described. I was using it with the Poly foamer 2 gallon pump sprayer. One suggestion here... Don't skimp on the solution if you want to make any headway with applying your chemical. Mix 9oz per gallon so you don't pump and shake yourself to death. It works great, but ya gotta shake, shake shake.
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November 22, 2009Gary asked:
QWill the foam create a lot of pressure in my plastic sprayer?
I want to make a foaming Tim-Bor solution with ProFoam Foaming Concentrate. Will the foam create a lot of pressure in my plastic sprayer?
ATo foam a product you have to have a foaming sprayer which is a special piece of equipment. A normal hand pump sprayer will not work properly. We recommend our Chapin Poly Foamers that come in a 1 or 2 gallon size. This works best when using ProFoam with another product.
April 22, 2011Dick asked:
QCan I foam inside an insulated drywall wall without damaging the drywall or insulation?
AYou can foam in an insulated wall and it should not damage the drywall or insulation, however insulation will prevent the foam from getting where it needs to go. What are you trying to foam and what is your issue? If you are foaming for termites, then you should not be concerned about foaming an entire wall void. You should only be concerned about getting the foam near the wood and studs. Typically when a company foams walls, they drill holes at the top of the ceiling on either side of the studs and foam down the stud from the ceiling. This way you have gravity working in your favor and you are getting the foam against the wood which is all that matters.
March 26, 2010Minh asked:
QCould you tell me some rate of insecticide when mixing it with Profoam.
AThe rate of insecticide would depend on the insecticide you are using and the insects you are trying to eliminate. You will need to follow the product label on the insecticide you choose.
March 12, 2013Bill from Whittier Ca asked:
QWhat's needed for in wall termite foaming?
Just purchased & used dominion 2L for sub termites under slab & in wall studs. I drilled thru slab where I saw them coming up & put min 1/2 gallon per hole. I guess I won't see results for a while now. I would like to do a foaming treatment inside the voids between studs. What do you recommend for that? Basically - how long until dominion takes effect? & what do I need for foam treatment in walls? (A non repellent i would assume). Thank you for your time, you guys have been Extremely helpful! Super satisfied with website & customer service!! Thanks again!
A You can foam Dominion itself into voids but you will need to purchase a foaming concentrate such as Profoam to add to the solution and you will also need a foaming device such as the Chapin Poly Foamer to make the solution into a foam. You can also choose to use a ready-to use foam such as Termidor Foam which is a non-repellent too. It can take up to 90 days to see the full effect of using a non-repellent product as it is designed to have a slow kill. We appreciate all of your kind comments about our staff and site!
You can foam Dominion itself into voids but you will need to purchase a foaming concentrate such as Profoam to add to the solution and you will also need a foaming device such as the Chapin Poly Foamer to make the solution into a foam. You can also choose to use a ready-to use foam such as Termidor Foam which is a non-repellent too. It can take up to 90 days to see the full effect of using a non-repellent product as it is designed to have a slow kill.
We appreciate all of your kind comments about our staff and site!
April 29, 2012Ss asked:
QWill ProFoam effect Bora-Care?
AProFoam Foaming Concentrate is formulated to be used with products like Boracare and will not change the efficacy of Boracare.
March 14, 2013Oberlin from San Antonio Texas asked:
QCan pro foam be used with liquid lawn fertilizer?
APro-Foam can only be used to foam products that are labeled to be used in foaming applications. We are unaware of a liquid lawn fertilizer that is labeled to be used in a foaming application. You should also note that in order for Pro-Foam to make a liquid turn into a foam a foaming device such as the Chapin Poly Foamer would be needed.