Liner Bond foam used in reefers

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Convenience Products, manufacturer of Touch ‘n Seal insulating foam products, says its Liner Bond one-component cylinder adhesive is a highly adhesive, portable gun-applied spray polyurethane foam used to bond fiberglass liners in refrigerated trailers.

Liner Bond is safer, stronger and fills voids more completely than caulking, glues or other commonly used adhesives, and is suitable for repairs in hard-to-reach areas, or to return old trailers to original insulation efficiency, the company says.

The foam composition of Liner Bond fills voids in pre-sprayed foam insulation, and the product’s 30-minute dry cycle allows plenty of time to spray trailer walls and adjust the liner as needed before the sealant cures, according to the company; it cures in 24 hours, so trailers have minimal downtime. Liner Bond is designed to be nonflammable and has no harmful solvents, which helps prevent odors in confined trailer spaces while alleviating health concerns.

The portable, disposable product is available in a 23-pound canister with 10-foot hose and bottom-load gun applicator (#4004517100) or as a refill canister only (#4004517101). For more information, go to