The 2012 versions of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and the International Residential Code (IRC) added more specific language regarding areas of the building thermal envelope that should be sealed and expanded upon those areas that are now included in the 2015 IECC/IRC as well. These energy codes are now requiring all new construction to be even tighter, having less than three air exchanges per hour and most of the states that have adopted these energy codes require a blower door test. So this is why the Air Sealants Platform is such an effective spray technology, because it's a simple and affordable way to apply a spray adhesive for a new wall or subfloor.
The patent pending Spray Pod Maxi is a very affordable and effective way of applying an air sealant through a 24oz or 29 oz pressurized can. The Spray Pod Maxi can spray a polyurethane adhesive for any contractor that needs to air seal drywall or other particle board when it is installed. The spray gun on the Maxi has been designed to allow the use of 24 & 29oz cans and because it has an adjustable nozzle pattern the operator can go from a bead pattern to a fan pattern in a matter of seconds. This allows the operator to use the Spray Pod Maxi to apply the spray adhesives quickly and with a uniform coverage.
TYTAN PRO Drywall High Yield Adhesive’s innovative formula replaces up to 14 traditional 28oz cartridges while providing superior insulation and acoustic dampening properties. Its high yield formula reduces canister changes and overall installation time. You won’t only save time and money, but the Spray Pod Maxi will also reduce the strain that leads to painful health issues like carpal tunnel compared to traditional adhesive applicators. It eliminates nail pops and fills small gaps and cracks better than traditional adhesives so you will have a tight secure seal. It cures at a similar rate compared to traditional adhesives and should be used in conjunction with mechanical fasteners. It adheres to most construction materials including: drywall, vinyl-faced wallboard, masonry, lumber, cork, steel studs, and other wood materials.