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Turn your canned foam insulation into spray foam insulation with the foambeak
44,213 foambeaks have sold worldwide – updated September 1st, 2020
- Hot Tubs
- Attic Access Panels
- Window & Door Installs
- Hunting Blinds
- Dog House
- Keg Coolers
Easy to use
Canned Foam Insulation Nozzle
The foambeak is a canned foam insulation nozzle that attaches to your off-the-shelf can** of gap and crack foam. This nozzle will allow you to apply foam (from the can) to any surface, including vertical and overhead surfaces. You can expect to get about 3.5 sqft of coverage from the average 16oz can of foam. Our foambeaks are made in the USA out of ABS plastic, so they are tough and durable. (ABS plastic is the same plastic that old 70’s and 80’s telephones were made out of.) Each item is manually inspected and machined to ensure proper hole size.
Perfect for DIY’ers and Contractors
The foambeak works great when you want to add more foam insulation to your hot tub, Jacuzzi or spa. We have used these to insulate the back-side of a bathtub before installation (takes approximately 4-5 cans to cover the back-side of an average size bathtub). Use the foambeak to insulate just about anywhere you wish. Have a cold attic access panel? Or how about that drum that you use at parties to keep a keg cold? Remodeling a kitchen? foambeak the back side of the sink, this will reduce the noise created by the dishes, and it will also keep the water hotter for much longer while they soak. You can foambeak the door on an older dishwasher to reduce noise. The uses are endless!
**We are in no way affiliated with the makers of the canned foam, nor do we sell or distribute the canned foam.
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We Are Reducing Our Carbon Footprint
Our foambeak’s are manufactured using on-site photovoltaic (AKA solar power).
Perfect for Small Insulation Jobs:
- Bathtubs and hot tubs
- Hot water tanks
- Back-side of your attic door/access panel
- A barrel to keep a keg of beer cold during parties
- Spots where a door or a window was removed
- Kitchen sink to reduce noise and hot water soak times
- Older dishwasher door to reduce noise
- Hunting blind (this adds sound deadening too)
- Build custom fender flares on your car or truck
Field tested on an acrylic bathtub and here are the results:
- 8:53PM – 105°F
- 9:13PM – 104°F
- 9:36PM – 102°F
- 9:53PM – 101°F
- 10:13PM – 100°F
- 10:33PM – 99°F
- 10:53PM – 98°F