[DeTomaso] Subject: Re: Radiator Filler/Expansion Tank ?
chrisvkimball at msn.com
Thu Jun 19 13:45:44 EDT 2008
I'd be a little concerned about the water-retention factor--I've heard this stuff absorbs water.
> Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 09:19:11 -0400
> From: garypighetti at gmail.com
> To: detomaso at realbig.com
> Subject: [DeTomaso] Subject: Re: Radiator Filler/Expansion Tank ?
> *Uncloaking lurker. Perhaps this would work. Not sure if cavity access is
> adequate to spray. "Easily withstands 200*F. temps," says distributor.
> Combined with Jet-hot or similar may reduce temps sufficiently.
> EXPANDABLE INSULATING FOAM SEALANT #T77912*
> A convenient aerosol that dispenses a one part, liquid urethane foam which
> expands 200 to 300% and cures to a durable, hard foam, insulating sealant.
> Fills large cracks and holes that caulk cannot. Forms an airtight, water
> resistant and weather resistant bond on surfaces such as masonry, wood,
> metal, glass, tile and most plastics. Helps eliminate energy escape.
> prevents the entrance of insects or rodents. Dries tack-free in 15 to 30
> minutes and cures completely in 8 to 24 hours, depending on humidity. Easy
> to apply. Conforms to any shape.
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