Closed Cell


ProSeal Overview for Builders

Icynene ProSeal is a high-performance, low-VOC closed-cell spray foam insulation product that sets a new benchmark in excellence. Icynene ProSeal allows you meet today’s building code requirements with confidence while meeting tight construction schedules, thanks to its short re-entry time possibilities. Closed-cell spray foam insulation meets the criteria set by FEMA for resisting bulk water, making it ideal for use in zones prone to flooding and hurricanes.

Key product features

  • Aged thermal resistance: 7.1 per inch
  • Construction types: I – V
  • Core density: 2.4 lb.
  • Low VOC
  • Air impermeable
  • One formulation suitable for year-round use
  • Higher initial pass of 3” to achieve R-21 in one pass
  • Class II vapor retarder at 1.5” thickness
  • Meets FEMA criteria for resisting water absorption
  • Compliant to California Department of Public Health EHLB v1.1-2010 Emissions Specification Section 01350
  • Low VOC allowing for re-entry in one hour and re-occupancy in two hours at prescribed ventilation rate

Performance Benefits

  • Approved for Types I-V construction
  • Stable thermal performance
  • R-value = 7.1 per inch *
  • Class II Vapor Diffusion Retarder @1.5″
  • Rigid, not flexible composition
  • Rejects bulk water
  • Supports indoor air quality by blocking air infiltration and mass transfer of moisture that may cause mold.
  • ABAA evaluated


  • Closed-cell structure
  • Synthetic blown
  • Medium density 2.4 lb. nominal
  • Blown with HFC 365/227 blend and PBDE-free
  • Rigid to touch
  • Expands 40 times from liquid state
  • Initial pass can be 3″; additional lifts 2″
  • Will not harm coatings on electrical wiring, plumbing or other building components
  • Approved for construction types: I, II, III, IV, V
  • A low-emitting material (LEM) as per CHPS EQ 2.2 Section 01350 (Collaborative for High Performance Schools)



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  • Brendan Tedstone
    March 21, 2017 - 4:28 AM | Permalink

    Hello. When the snow melts in hoping to build a 20×30 camp in jackman. I’d like to get a quote formclosed cell insulation. It will be framed 2×6 on walls, 2×10 rafters and a 12 pitch roof. Is this a job you’d consider estimating? Thanks.

    • Peter Courand
      May 15, 2017 - 2:48 PM | Permalink

      Hey Brendan. Hope you are well. Give us a shout at the office and we will be happy to discuss. The office number is 207-342-3077. We do drive to Jackman we would be happy to give you an estimate.

  • tom jones
    July 3, 2012 - 8:12 PM | Permalink

    i have a camp in Jackmon me. with new and old construction. All walls are open to spray your product as is a crawl space to do floors. Do you go to Jackman or recomend someone?

    • SprayFoamExpert
      July 6, 2012 - 2:20 PM | Permalink

      Hi Tom, yes we do travel to Jackman. This type of construction is fairly typical for us. New England has many old buildings and it seems that there are constant renovation and addition jobs happening all the time. The best way to deal with this type of situation would be to call us and schedule a walk through of the property. If you have accurate measurements we can use those to. I hope I was helpful. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks

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