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Convenience Products’ Touch ‘n Seal Line Provides High Quality Foam Insulation Products
Primary objective “is to develop… value-added solutions far ahead of [spray foam] industry requirements”

PACIFIC, MO (September 21, 2010) – Convenience Products offers a wide range of one and two component foam products under the Touch ‘n Seal brand. The company’s website explains that their primary objective with these products “is to develop and safely manufacture unique, value-added solutions far ahead of industry requirements.” Michael Sites, Marketing Manager at Touch ‘n Seal, agrees with this goal and lists their core competencies as “product development and consistent high quality.” He also says that what differentiates the company from their competition is their “flexibility and speed of decision-making. We pride ourselves on exceptional quality and service, and our ability to bring new products to market quickly.”

Furthermore, he says, “maybe the most important competitive advantages that we have are our corporate strategies” listed below:

  • MEET or exceed customer expectations
  • EMPOWER associates with appropriate authority along with responsibility for their actions
  • ASK for and utilize associates’ input
  • PROVIDE a work environment in which associates will have an “I want to come to work” attitude
  • ENCOURAGE associates to develop new strategies; to change existing paradigms, to think limitlessly and to strive to foresee changing business trends and environmental issues
  • BROADEN customer base via profitable product offerings and business segment expansion
  • PROVIDE the highest quality product through continuous improvement
  • STRIVE for operational improvement and efficiencies

In addition to general insulation for residential, commercial and agricultural buildings, the company caters to a wide range of other markets, including cold storage, underground mining, weatherization and transportation (marine, trailer repair, emergency vehicles, refrigerated vehicles). They also serve electrical and plumbing contractors as well as industrial buying groups and even offer private label programs.

Sites explains that Convenience Products is currently concentrating on a number of opportunities within these markets. The first is increasing their “share of both the commercial and residential weatherization markets.” Second, they are focused on “innovating product and delivery systems that provide strengthened relationships with customers and contractors while providing better quality, value and performance in applied SPF materials.” Lastly they are focusing on their “transportation, roofing and marine markets.”

Convenience Products maintains three facilities in Missouri and Florida but manufactures the Touch ‘n Seal line at their Pacific, MO location. The company also produces Touch ‘n Foam Do-It-Yourself insulating sealants (straw foams) and Seal-Krete, a line of concrete and masonry sealers, paints and stains. For more information about Touch ‘n Seal, visit or

About Touch ‘n Seal
Convenience Products, the manufacturer of Touch ‘n Seal products, is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Touch ‘n Seal insulating foams and sealants are the benchmark for performance in commercial and industrial building and maintenance, OEM manufacturing and specialty applications. A full line of one and two-component spray foams and adhesives are available, including fire blocking foam (ICC-ES: ESR-1926), Low Pressure Window & Door Foam, Drywall Panel Adhesives, Heating Systems and Accessories, Two-Component, Disposable Units, Mining Specialty Units and One-Component Disposable Cylinders. Spray foam is available from 15-board feet kits to 120-gallon refill systems. One-component straw and gun foam available in 12 to 30.5 oz. aerosol cans. For more information, visit

Touch ‘n Seal Directory Page

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