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Ralph writes,

Can you foam Premise 75 into voids?

Can you use a regular bag of Premise 75 for foaming void areas? Will you explain to me foaming a void area?


Premise 75 comes in a powder form but you mix it with water to make a solution just like you would any other concentrate on our site, so yes, it can be foamed.  To foam a product you need a Poly Foamer to apply the foam and our ProFoam Foaming Concentrate which is an expanding liquid you need to mix with the solution.  You would mix the Premise 75 with water in a one gallon Poly Foamer, then pour in the foaming agent, then mix it all together and pump up the poly foamer.  You are now ready to foam voids.  You need a hole by drilling or a crack and crevice to foam into.  Keep in mind that the Premise 75 are wettable packets and cannot be mixed in smaller quantitites than 25 gallons.  It would be easier to use Premise 2 which comes in a bottle that is easy to measure 1 gallon increments.

Answer last updated on: 10/26/2009

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