GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant is a one-component, minimal-expanding, low pressure-build†, flexible polyurethane foam. It is exclusively formulated to air seal the gap between a window or door frame and its rough opening. The foam expands only enough to generate an effective seal. When applied properly, GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door is proven not to distort or bow window and door frames.
GREAT STUFF PRO Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant is designed to form a durable, airtight, water-resistant bond to vinyl, wood and metal surfaces. Its foam skin repels and deflects water, which helps reduce the potential for moisture damage in frame openings.
Simplify foam application with PRO Series foam dispensing guns (PRO 13, PRO 14 and PRO 15). Use GREAT STUFF PRO™ Gun Cleaner to simplify cleanup of uncured polyurethane foam from dispensing guns and work areas.
Building Code Compliance
ICC-ES Legacy NER-645. Conforms to AAMA 812-04 pressure-build @ 0.08 psi, ABAA standards for air leakage per ASTM 283, ASTM E331, ASTM E547, ASTM C1620. UL Classified as a sealant. See CCMC 13074-R.
GREAT STUFF PRO™ Installation and Safe Handling Training VideosAn Airtight Case for GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant (1.11MB PDF)
Foamed-In-Place Air Barriers – Guide Specification (18KB PDF)
GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Insulating Form Sealant Product Information (149KB PDF)
Installation Recommendations for GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant (434KB PDF)
PROfessionally Sealed With GREAT STUFF PRO™ Products (Family Brochure)(750KB PDF)
|Sizes and Estimated Yields for GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant|
|Can Size, oz (g)||Delivery||No. of Windows(1)|
|20 (567)||Reusable Straw||6-9|
|24.5 (695)||Reusable Straw||8-11|
(1) Average-sized windows (36" x 60" [0.9 m x 1.5 m), gap 3/8" [10 mm] wide and 1" [25 mm] deep)
07 93 30 Urethane Sealants
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† Per AAMA 812-04; refers to pressure development while foam cures.