QUAD® Foam Sealant

Features and Benefits

  • Quad Window & Door System: Use in conjunction with LePage QUAD MAX and LePage Butyl Flash for the toughest air and moisture barrier to maximize energy efficiency—system backed by 15-year limited warranty for certified installers 
  • Flexible, closed-cell structure blocks out air and moisture with an insulation value of R5/inch and won’t crack or dry out 
  • Low foam pressure and low expansion will not warp, deform, or bow windows or doors 
  • Cold temperature application (-10ºC) and bonds most building materials including vinyl, aluminum, fibreglass, wood, OSB, PVC, concrete and metal.  Use with foam gun 
  • Sets in just 10 minutes and can be cut or trimmed in less than 1 hour 
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QUAD® Foam Sealant

    PRODUCT OVERVIEW

    Keep Mother Nature at bay with LePage QUAD Foam. This single component, minimal expansion and low-pressure polyurethane foam sealant specifically designed for use with the LePage QUAD Window & Door System or sealing gaps and cracks, holes and voids around windows and doors. LePage QUAD Foam features a flexible closed-cell structure that blocks out air and water without cracking or drying out and provides an R factor of 5 per inch of cured foam for maximizing energy efficiency. The low-foam pressure and low expansion ensures your windows and doors will not bow or warp. LePage QUAD Foam adheres to all types of building materials including wood, concrete, and drywall and is compatible with asphalt and butyl flexible flashing. It complies with all Federal and State VOC regulations. LePage offers an arsenal of adhesives, caulks, and outdoor construction sealants for the true professional. LePage: Tougher Than the Elements. 

    FOAM SEALANT VS FIBERGLASS

    The QUAD® Foam Sealant is excellent in insulating building structures. Compared to foam sealants, fiberglass can have air leakage that contributes to varying temperatures. 

    Foam sealants can also be rejected bulk water when water damage occurs, while fiberglass can retain water and potentially damage your building. Foam sealants can protect any closed space from dust, allergens, and pollutants, while fiberglass can get dusty and trigger allergy and respiratory issues.

    How does Foam Sealant Work?

    When spraying, foam sealant goes on thick and heavy and begins to grow and harden once in contact with its environment. It continues to expand and seal, preventing moisture and pests from eating through walls. As it cures, it turns into a light and  porous material that has highly effective insulating properties. It protects the lining of buildings and can even assist in the heating and cooling of your building structure during extreme climates. Various plumbing lines can also be covered with the foam sealant to get rid of flexing and rattling.

    The QUAD® Foam Sealant is a 2-in-1 product that comes with a gun and straw and allows you to reach any space. The gun allows you to adjust the flow rate by turning the knob on the back end, while the long, rigid tip gives you better control and access. On the other hand, the straw allows more flexibility that helps with hard-to-reach spaces.

    LePage QUAD Foam adheres to all types of building materials including wood, concrete, and drywall and is compatible with asphalt and butyl flexible flashing. It complies with all Federal and State VOC regulations. LePage offers an arsenal of adhesives, caulks, and outdoor