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    Have you used polyurethane foam slow rise low pressure cavity fill formula? Where did you buy it? Can it be poured?

    I am considering filling an aluminum rudder.

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    You can get a foam specifically designed for use around doors and windows which is marketed as such. It comes in a spray can, and is purposely designed for low expansion to lessen the likelyhood of window and door frames swelling out and jamming. I am not aware of anything in the nature of what you are talking about that can be poured. However, this does not mean such a product capable of being poured doesn't exist. Filling a cavity such as you mention would require the product having a long tube in order to reach the farthest or deepest points first, and filling it back to the point of access.


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