I&I Guard®-MSF

Quadex I&I Guard®-MSF (Soil Stabilization Foam) is a low viscosity, polyurethane injection resin, designed to stabilize soil. When mixed with catalyst and injected, it migrates through loose soil and into below-grade voids. As it comes into contact with moisture in the soil, I&I Guard-MSF reacts and expands to form a rigid foam. The foam encapsulates loose soil, fills voids, and forms a solid, watertight barrier.

Product Documents

Quadex I&I Guard®-MSF (Soil Stabilization Foam) is a low viscosity, polyurethane injection resin, designed to stabilize soil. When mixed with catalyst and injected, it migrates through loose soil and into below-grade voids. As it comes into contact with moisture in the soil, I&I Guard-MSF reacts and expands to form a rigid foam. The foam encapsulates loose soil, fills voids, and forms a solid, watertight barrier.

Packaging

5 Gallon Pails (18.9 Liter Pail).

Storage & Procedure

Keep temperature of chemicals at 70°F for several days before use. Cold chemicals can cause poor mixing, pump cavitation or other process problems due to higher viscosity at lower temperatures. Absolutely no thinners should be added to this 100% solids system. Viscosity can be reduced by an increase in temperature. The ‘A’ component is sensitive to exposure to moisture. Keep drums tightly closed when not in use and under nitrogen pressure of 2 – 3 psi after they have been opened. Prolonged exposure to temperatures below 50°F can cause the ‘A’ component to freeze. Do not store in direct sunlight.

Safety

Use caution in removing bungs from the container. Loosen the small bung first and let any built up gas escape before completely removing. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors. In case of chemical contact with eyes, flush with water for at least 15 minutes and get medical attention For further information refer to publication AX-205 “Guidance for Working with MDI and PMDI – Things You Should Know” published by The Center For The Polyurethanes Industry, 700 2nd Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002 (www.americanchemistry.com).

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