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*Voluntary Practice for Assessment of Frame Deflection When Using One Component Polyurethane Foams for Air-Sealing Rough Openings of Fenestration Installations
This practice identifies pressure build and dimensional stability as the key attributes that contribute to deflection of fenestration products resulting from the use of one component polyurethane foams and provides test protocols for assessing these key attributes. Assessment of toxicity and precautions for safe use are excluded from the scope of this document.

(812-19)
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Voluntary Practice for Assessment of Single Component Aerosol Expanding Polyurethane Foams for Sealing Rough Openings of Fenestration Installations
This practice provides two test methods for determining the expansion properties of polyurethane foams used for sealing perimeter openings in fenestration installations. One method allows the user to determine intrinsic foam properties and the second method allows the user to relate the expansion properties to their probable effect on fenestration framing.

(AAMA 812-04(2010))
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