Expanding / Expansion Foam 500ml normally £13 now £2.83 @ toolnet - HotUKDeals
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Quick setting polyurethane based expanding foam. Can be cut, sawn, plastered and sealed over after approximately 1 hour.

http://www.tool-net.co.uk/p-324102/everbuild-fix-and#38;-fill-aerosol.html

http://www.tool-net.co.uk

Delivery is £5.99
- srb

£10 minimum order.
- jukkie
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banned#1
Where is it for sale?
#2
Where is it? Linky doesn't seem to work.
#3
i'll just pop out anywhere and buy some
#4
PaganWolf
Where is it? Linky doesn't seem to work.

http://www.tool-net.co.uk/p-324102/everbuild-fix-and#38;-fill-aerosol.html
#5
Sorry im not sure why the link didnt work but its at http://www.tool-net.co.uk
#6
Sounds a good deal ,but to save us all running around like headless chikens give us a clue where to buy from please ?
#7
solonely
Sounds a good deal ,but to save us all running around like headless chikens give us a clue where to buy from please ?

http://www.tool-net.co.uk/p-324102/everbuild-fix-and#38;-fill-aerosol.html
#8
hotstuffs
solonely
Sounds a good deal ,but to save us all running around like headless chikens give us a clue where to buy from please ?
http://www.tool-net.co.uk/p-324102/everbuild-fix-and#38;-fill-aerosol.html


Thankyou ,thats stop me spinning and doing a figure of eight !.
#9
Postage £5.99
banned#10
http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Adhesives+Sealants/Expanding+Foam/Expanding+Foam+Hand+Held+750ml/d180/sd2857/p27912
750mls at Toolstation with free delivery for orders over £10, so works out a lot cheaper for similar item.

Edited By: banerama on Dec 18, 2010 19:02
#11
brianfj1200
Postage £5.99

Unfortunately that kills the deal for me! Not voted either way. Good find though.
1 Like #12
If you're using this stuff in the home you really should use a Fire Rated Foam. This one from Screwfix gives you 250ml more than the one in the OP (750ml can), is Fire Rated and only £3.93 a can.

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/32307/Sealants-Adhesives/Expanding-Foams/Fire-Rated-Foams/No-Nonsense-Fire-Rated-Expanding-Foam-Gun-750ml
#13
Blasphemous
If you're using this stuff in the home you really should use a Fire Rated Foam. This one from Screwfix gives you 250ml more than the one in the OP (750ml can), is Fire Rated and only £3.93 a can.

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/32307/Sealants-Adhesives/Expanding-Foams/Fire-Rated-Foams/No-Nonsense-Fire-Rated-Expanding-Foam-Gun-750ml


I have been looking at this but its the one where you need the gun, then you need the cleaner etc so not really cheaper. I could see myself making a brew and my gun being all glued up. lol
#14
Screwfix better at £2.99 for bog-standard version - not sure why I can't find the non-gun version online, I bought some of it last week though so might be worth trying the shops for stock.

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/91391/Sealants-Adhesives/Expanding-Foams/Expanding-Foams/No-Nonsense-Expanding-Foam-for-Gun-750ml

Find with this cold weather it's not lasting very long, so warming up in a bucket of warm water helps, but still goes nowhere near as far as normal!
#15
Mind shake before use and dont do what I did and forgot and wondered why the foam wasnt great after paying 13 pound for
1 Like #16
This is a cautionary tale on expanding foam; http://www.diyfaq.org.uk/humour.html#foam
#17
the site is also currently charging VAT at 17.5% aswell

hmmmm

not voted as the price is good fro the can minus delivery
#18
deliver makes this a rubbish deal
#19
great price, :)
#20
£10 minimum order, and £5.99 delivery...

No thanks.
#21
jukkie
£10 minimum order, and £5.99 delivery...No thanks.

Me too.
#22
750ml for £3.87 at toolstation, free delivery on order over £10.
1 Like #23
hotstuffs
Blasphemous
If you're using this stuff in the home you really should use a Fire Rated Foam. This one from Screwfix gives you 250ml more than the one in the OP (750ml can), is Fire Rated and only £3.93 a can.
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http://www.screwfix.com/prods/32307/Sealants-Adhesives/Expanding-Foams/Fire-Rated-Foams/No-Nonsense-Fire-Rated-Expanding-Foam-Gun-750ml


I have been looking at this but its the one where you need the gun, then you need the cleaner etc so not really cheaper. I could see myself making a brew and my gun being all glued up. lol


Just some quick pointers that may help sort the confusion, from someone who can't sleep:

There are actually 3 different types grades of expanding foam B1 B2 B3. There are 3 different delivery methods upside down foam gun foam and (Fischer do one that fits into a skeleton gun but really expensive).

The gun will not get 'gunked up' provided you leave the foam can attached, if / when you take it off, either put another can of foam straight on or get a foam cleaner.

The everbuild fix n fill foam is B3 filler foam OK for home use provided no fire rating is required, filling holes etc.
B1 is fire retardant foam usually more expensive (at least double) and acts as a fire retardant insulation and construction foam developed to make a fire retardant seal between masonry joints. Fire rating specification: Tested according to NEN 6069
B2 is the most common in construction has fire retardant properties (i.e. will burn, but only when a flame is in contact) and must be used with an in tumescent (fire rated) mastic if a fire retardant seal is required (think in terms of the filling of a mastic sandwich)

Please look into this further and don't take my word for it if you are unsure.....it's a good price though and a good product. Hope this helps someone
banned#24
who voted this hot? its £9!

£3 is the standard price and OP just made up the £13 bit to get hot votes from the lemmings lol



Edited By: csiman on Dec 19, 2010 06:48
#25
This foam is never £13 - generally available for about £5 for this size quick-setting or for a bit less for 50% more normal setting

Using this foam for insulation can't even warm this deal up
#26
jukkie
£10 minimum order, and £5.99 delivery...

No thanks.


I agree it seems steep but if ordering aload of stuff for a job it works out good, some of the equipment of the site must be priced wrong (100 anchorage bolts for less than £20)

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