Carlisle Spray Foam Insulation is committed to creating the highest quality spray polyurethane products for the spray foam professional. Every SealTite Pro formula is thoroughly tested for consistent performance and backed by the most accurate technical data available. SealTite Pro is available in both Open Cell and Closed Cell to fit your project needs.

Closed CellClosed Cell One ZeroOpen CellOpen Cell No MixOpen Cell High YieldOpen Cell OCX
Standard 2.0 LB Density Closed Cell foam.

Closed Cell is a two-component, medium-density, one-to-one-by-volume spray-applied polyurethane foam. To produce Closed Cell, requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN), which contains ZERO ozone-depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols, and fire-retarding materials. Closed Cell is an insulation system designed for use in residential applications. Use it in lieu of more traditional forms of insulating materials such as fiberglass, cellulose, or other loose-fill products. Typical areas where spray polyurethane foam is applied are exterior walls, vented attics, unvented attic assemblies, between floors, foundations, crawl spaces, HVAC ducts, fluid tanks, and cold storage units.

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HFO technology that is optimized for higher yield versus HFC products, has a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of less than ONE and an Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) of ZERO.

One Zero is a two-component, next-generation, HFO-blown, medium-density spray-applied polyurethane foam. The HFO technology allows One Zero to be produced with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of less than ONE and with an Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) of ZERO. To produce One Zero requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN), which contains ZERO ozone-depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols, and fire retarding materials. One Zero is an insulation system designed for use in residential applications. Use it in lieu of more traditional forms of insulating materials such as fiberglass, cellulose, or other loose-fill products. Typical areas where spray polyurethane foam is applied are exterior walls, vented attics, unvented attic assemblies, between floors, foundations, crawl spaces, HVAC ducts, fluid tanks, and cold storage units.

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UVA Compliant* Open Cell. No Ignition Barrier Coating required when used in Assembly Specific attic applications.

Open Cell is a two-component, light-density, one-to-one-by-volume spray polyurethane foam. No Ignition Barrier Coating is required when used in assembly-specific attic applications. To produce Open Cell requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN), which contains ZERO ozone-depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols, and fire-retarding materials. Open Cell is an insulation system designed for use in residential applications. Use it in lieu of more traditional forms of insulating materials such as fiberglass, cellulose, or other loose fill products. Typical areas where Open Cell is applied are exterior walls, vented attics, unvented attic assemblies, and between floors.

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UVA Compliant* Open Cell. No Mixing required.

No Mix is a two component, light density, one-to-one-by-volume spray-applied polyurethane foam. No Mix does not require mixing or agitation of the resin prior to application. To produce No Mix requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN), which contains ZERO ozone-depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols and fire-retarding materials. No Mix is an insulation system designed for use in residential applications. Use it in lieu of more traditional forms of insulating materials such as fiberglass, cellulose or other loose-fill products. Typical areas where spray polyurethane foam is applied are exterior walls, interior walls, vented attics, unvented attic assemblies between floors, and ceilings.

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UVA Compliant* Open Cell that is optimized for yield. No Ignition Barrier Coating required – when used in Assembly Specific attic applications.

High Yield is a two-component, light-density, one-to-one-by-volume spray-applied polyurethane foam. To produce High Yield requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN), which contains ZERO-ozone-depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols, and fire-retarding materials. High Yield is an insulation system designed for use in residential, commercial, and industrial applications. Use it in lieu of more traditional forms of insulating materials such as fiberglass, cellulose, or other loose-fill products. Typical areas where spray polyurethane foam is applied are exterior walls, interior walls, vented attics, unvented attic assemblies between floors, and ceilings.

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Meets Appendix X. Market leading – No Ignition Barrier Coating required – when used in Assembly Specific attic applications. Contains +/- 14% bio, renewable, recycled and sustainable content.

OCX is a two component, light density, one-to-one-by-volume spray-applied polyurethane foam that contains +/- 14% biorenewable, recycled, and sustainable content. To produce OCX requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN), which contains ZERO ozone-depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols, and fire-retarding materials. OCX is an insulation system designed for use in residential applications. Use it in lieu of more traditional forms of insulating materials such as fiberglass, cellulose, or other loose-fill products. Typical areas where spray polyurethane foam is applied are exterior walls, interior walls, vented attics, unvented attic assemblies between floors, and ceilings.

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*UVA Compliant: Please consult CSFI Technical Bulletin for application details and supporting installation criteria.