Icynene MD-C-200 closed-cell spray foam insulation allows builders to push the limits of design while meeting or exceeding local building code requirements. A robust, two-pound closed-cell spray foam insulation, Icynene MD-C-200 is ideal for residential insulation applications and is ABAA approved. Closed-cell spray foam insulation meets the criteria set by FEMA for resisting bulk water, making it ideal for use in zones prone to flooding and hurricanes.
Key product features
- Aged thermal resistance: 6.6 per inch
- Construction types: I - V
- Core Density: 2.2 lb.
- Evaluated and listed by ABAA as an air barrier material
- Class II vapor retarder at 1.5” thickness
- Meets FEMA criteria for resisting water absorption
- Compliant to California Department of Public Health EHLB v1.1-2010 Emissions Specification Section 0135
- Approved for commercial building types I, II, III, IV, and V construction
- Stable thermal performance.
- R-value = 6.6 per inch *
- Class II Vapor Diffusion Retarder @1.5"
- Rigid, not flexible composition
- Rejects bulk water
- Supports indoor air quality by blocking air infiltration and mass transfer of moisture that may cause mold.
- Closed-cell structure
- Synthetic blown
- Medium density 2.4 lb. nominal
- PBDE-free; blown with HFC 245fa
- Rigid to touch
- Expands 40 times from liquid state
- Apply in 2" lifts
- Will not harm coatings on electrical wiring, plumbing or other building components
- Lowest global warming potential (GWP of 1020)
- Approved for construction types: I, II, III, IV, V
- A low-emitting material (LEM) as per CHPS EQ 2.2 Section 01350 (Collaborative for High Performance Schools)
- Yields of 4,500 board feet
- Broad range of substrates, temperatures and humidity conditions
- Superior cold temperature adhesion to multiple substrates
- Dimensionally stable
- 1 day occupancy
- Icynene MD-C-200 meets prerequisites and may contribute towards these LEED for Homes points:
- EAC1.1: Optimizing Energy Performance
- EAC1.2: Optimizing Energy Performance
- EAC2: Insulation
- EAC3: Air Infiltration
- MRC2: Environmentally Preferable Products
- Can be used in many residential applications:
- And many more applications – find an Icynene licensed contractor to check which Icynene products can be used for your project.
Limitations of Use
- Should not be used:
- Against substrates that may exceed 180°F at installation or in the future
- Inside electrical outlets or junction boxes
- Flotation purposes
- Placed above the roofing membrane
- Exterior surfaces, exposed and/or in contact with water
Thermal and Ignition Barriers
- See ESR 3199 for details.
Approved thermal barriers:
- DC 315 @22 wet mils, 14 dry mils
- Alternatively, use a prescriptive thermal barrier
Approved ignition barriers:
- No ignition barrier is required
- ASTM E-84
- Flame index ≤ 25
- Smoke index ≤ 450
- Icynene products are Class 1/Class A Materials
* R means resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. Compare insulation R-values before you buy. There are other factors to consider. The amount of insulation you need depends mainly on the climate you live in. Also, your fuel savings from insulation will depend upon the climate, the type and size of your house, the amount of insulation already in your house, and your fuel use patterns and family size. If you buy too much insulation, it will cost you more than what you'll save on fuel. To get the marked R-value, it is essential that this insulation be installed properly.