Spray Foam Insulation and Roof Foam
Closed Cell Foam
GacoOnePass 2 lb. Closed Cell Foam installs quickly in up to 5 1/2” passes which reduces labor costs by 50% or more and offers 20-30% higher yields than standard 2 lb. foams when sprayed in one pass at 3 to 5 1/2” thickness.
As an ABAA Evaluated Material as part of an ABAA Evaluated Assembly, GacoOnePass is approved for use in air barrier systems. It is Appendix X approved for use without an additional ignition barrier and meets the requirement for a Class II vapor retarder at just 0.44”.
GacoOnePass is ideal for use in a variety of residential and commercial applications and it can be used in deep fill applications with up to 18” in depth per pass for applications like trench fill, pipe erosion control, container filling, etc.
GacoOnePass is UL GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Gold certified.
Homeowner Federal Tax Credits: Learn more here.
5 1/2” PASSES. Installs quickly; saves time and reduces labor costs.
EXCEPTIONAL SPRAYABILITY. Superior formulation provides consistent, forgiving, user friendly foam with predictable yields and less gun clogging.
LESS VISCOUS. Reduces wear and tear on equipment.
LOWER ODOR. Improves work environment.
ENERGY EFFICIENT. Higher R-values than conventional insulation and a seamless air barrier reduce uncontrolled air leakage, resulting in lower energy costs.
DESIGN FLEXIBILITY. Adheres to the substrate, allowing for easy monolithic installation for greater structural strength and stability, and enhances resistance to water damage; expands to fill even irregularly shaped and hard to reach areas.
SUSTAINABLE AND HEALTHY. Reduces condensation, moisture and mold, provides a sound barrier to help block airborne noise, contains no ozone-depleting chemicals and may contribute up to 20 LEED credits.
LOWER CONSTRUCTION COSTS/VALUE ENGINEERING. Achieve insulation, air barrier, vapor retarder and thermal break all in one for reduced material costs; energy efficiency results in smaller HVAC system requirements.
LONG TERM VALUE. Customers today are concerned about their building’s integrity; spray foam helps a building withstand the tests of the elements and time.
- Tech Tip 067: Reactivity Time
- Tech Tip 066: Spray Routes
- Tech Tip 065: Spray Technique - Counting Passes
- Tech Tip 064: Spray GacoOnePass at 5½"
- Tech Tip 062: Sheetrock Bulging as a Result of Installing Too Much Foam in a Single Lift
- Tech Tip 060: More Cold Weather Tips
- Tech Tip 058: 3 Thoughts for Cooler Weather Preparation
- Tech Tip 057: Keeping Up with Safety
- Tech Tip 056: Prevent Your Reactors from Overheating & Shutting Down
- Tech Tip 055: Keep It Cool
- Tech Tip 054: 20 Flush Pot Procedures
- Tech Tip: Ventilating the Job Site
- Tech Tip 053: Spraying Around Recessed Can Lights
- Tech Tip 052: Pressure Transducer Analog Gauge Check
- Tech Tip 051: Heated Hose and Whip
- Tech Tip 050: GacoOnePass F1850 Cold Temperature Spray Tips
- Tech Tip 049: GacoOnePass (F1850) Winter Formula Spray Tips
- Tech Tip 048: Drum Prep for the Cooler Seasons
- Tech Tip 047: Important Factors When Using Air Mixers in Drums
- Tech Tip 046: 22 Frequently Asked Questions on Ambient Air Pumps
- Tech Tip 035: Protecting Hoses & Troubleshooting an E04 Error Code
- Tech Tip 045: 12 Proper Flushing Techniques - Save Valuable Product & Prevent Cross Contamination
- Tech Tip 043: Keeping Up With Safety
- Tech Tip 040: Storing & Prepping Drums During the Winter Season
- Tech Tip 039: How to Test Your Fusion Gun After Rebuilding
- Tech Tip 038: Having Problems With Gun Filters Clogging All the Time?
- Tech Tip 036: Troubleshooting an E99 Error Code
- Tech Tip 034: 5 Essentials for Staying Cool & Productive this Summer
- Tech Tip 033: Save Your Face Shields & Gun
- Tech Tip 030: Cold/Frozen Drums
- Tech Tip 028: Eliminate Cross Contamination by Flushing with Water
- Tech Tip 027: Seasonal Changes
- Tech Tip 025: OSHA National Emphasis Program
- Tech Tip 023: Keeping Moisture OUT!
- Tech Tip 022: Ignition Barriers and Thermal Barriers in Attics
- Tech Tip 021: PPE / Personal Protective Equipment
- Tech Tip 020: Flushing Procedures
- Tech Tip 019: Gaco 183M Application Procedures
- Tech Tip 015: Taking Care of Your Rig
- Tech Tip 013: Prevent Your Reactors from Overheating or Shutting Down
- Tech Tip 003: Dynamic Temperature vs. Static Temperature
See how GacoOnePass can work for you.