Can I use ELFOAM to insulate a roof, pole barn, or residential ceiling/attic/wall?
Faced board is a better choice for these applications. For a list of faced board manufacturers visit www.pima.org.
Is ELFOAM a faced board? Can it be ordered?
No, ELFOAM is not made with facers.
What sizes are available?
What is ELFOAM's R value?
See ELFOAM Technical Data or contact our sales office for additional information.
Does Elliott sell fiberglass/metal-skinned panels?
No, however we will be happy to refer you to a panel manufacturer.
Is ELFOAM fireproof?
ELFOAM has a superior (class 1) flammability building code classification as tested according to ASTM E-84 but it is not fireproof. Contact our sales office for additional information.
Does Elliott have a distributor in my area?
See Industry Links for national and regional distributors or contact our sales office.
Does Elliott sell the chemicals/systems for spray on foam (foam-in-place) applications?
No, we recommend www.sprayfoam.org for information on these types of products.
Can ELFOAM be used with polyester vinyl ester and/or epoxy resin systems?
Yes. ELFOAM is compatible with most resins and their corresponding processes.
What adhesives are recommended for use with ELFOAM?
Visit www.ascouncil.org for suggestions, technical information and manufacturers.
Is ELFOAM an acoustical insulation
No, ELFOAM reflects but does not absorb sound.
How do I get pricing, samples and literature?
Please call our sales office at 1-800-545-1213 or use our contact form.
My product calls for ELFOAM T200, T300, T400 OR T600. Are these products available from Elliott Company?
No, but they have replacements. In early 2005 Elliott Company converted all ELFOAM products from our T-Series line of polyiso foams to our P-Series line. For more information please click here.
What is the difference between polyurethane, urethane, and polyisocyanurate bunstock foam?
Originally the rigid bunstock industry produced polyurethane foam. Out of convenience, some shortened the name to "urethane" and used the terms interchangeably. Later using the same basic raw materials but in more optimized portions, polyisocyanurate ("polyiso" for short) foams were developed and continue to be produced today. Among the advantages polyiso foams have over their polyurethane predecessors are improved physical performance properties and greater dimensional stability over a wider temperature range.
For our international visitors please note that due to economics we only export our material in full containers (Sizes: 20' or 40' dry cargo). In addition, we currently have no distributors outside North America.