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Tiger Foam Launches Commercial Spray Foam Division

July 2008 - Building on the success of their two-part, self-contained spray foam kits, Tiger Foam insulation has entered into the commercial foam market. Currently offering a 2 lb Closed Cell Foam using Honeywell’s 245fa blowing agent, they can now honor customers’ requests to use Tiger Foam on large projects.

According to Tiger Foam, “We receive a large number of requests from ambitious customers who want to foam a significant project using kits. After explaining to them what would be entailed in the application they usually ask if we have a contractor in the area. Now that we have the drum foam, we can begin building an installer network we can recommend to these customers.”

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Tiger Foam Kits are a Globally Recognized Foam Insulation Brand

Tiger Foam is excited about their ability to expand its brand to the commercial contractor. The same brand quality, customer service, and reliability that made Tiger Foam the leading Foam Kit supplier are apparent in their latest offering, Tiger Foam FL4000. With field test results showing a steady 5000 board/foot yield and ease of application, Tiger Foam FL4000 is positioned to be one of the leading choices among Foam Insulation Contractors.

While they do not currently offer Open Cell Foam, future availability is being considered as demand for low-density foam continues to grow.

If you would like more information about Tiger Foam’s FL4000 or would like to become a recommended contractor, please call (800) 664-0063 x 5. You can visit Tiger Foam online and see the different spray foam insulation options you have at

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