Hydro-Insensitive Polyurethane Foam

Hydrofoam is Hydro-insensitive because it forms high quality foam even in the presence of water.
This includes during the injection, reaction, and curing phases. Foam that fails during the injection phase will leave the surrounding water cloudy, signifying that the raw chemicals have dissolved into the water. Foam that fails during the reaction phase simply won’t produce good foam. The foam may be left spongy, soft, and crumbly when water is present. Foam that fails in the curing phase won’t hold up. It may look like good foam at first, but will shrink over time.
We are proud to introduce the only true hydro-insensitive foam, a product that stands up in all three phases, the foam of choice for deep injection and seawall repair jobs.