Handling & Safety (specialty & technical foams)

WARNING POLYURETHANE FOAM IS FLAMMABLE! 
 
POLYURETHANE FOAM (PF) WILL BURN IF EXPOSED TO AN OPEN FLAME OR 
OTHER SUFFICIENT HEAT SOURCE. DO NOT EXPOSE PF TO OPEN FLAMES OR 
ANY OTHER DIRECT OR INDIRECT HIGH TEMPERATURE IGNITION SOURCES 
SUCH AS BURNING OPERATIONS, WELDING, BURNING CIGARETTES, SPACE 
HEATERS OR NAKED LIGHTS. ONCE IGNITED, PF WILL BURN RAPIDLY, 
RELEASING GREAT HEAT AND CONSUMING OXYGEN AT A HIGH RATE. IN AN 
ENCLOSED SPACE THE RESULTING DEFICIENCY OF OXYGEN WILL PRESENT A 
DANGER OF SUFFOCATION TO THE OCCUPANTS. HAZARDOUS GASES 
RELEASED BY THE BURNING FOAM CAN BE INCAPACITATING OR FATAL TO 
HUMAN BEINGS IF INHALED IN SUFFICIENT QUANTITIES. ONCE IGNITED PF IS 
DIFFICULT TO EXTINGUISH, FOAM FIRES THAT APPEAR TO BE EXTINGUISHED 
MAY SMOLDER AND REIGNITE. ALWAYS HAVE FIRE OFFICIALS DETERMINE 
WHETHER A FIRE HAS BEEN EXTINGUISHED. BULK PURCHASERS OR USERS 
OF PF SHOULD TAKE APPROPRIATE PRECAUTIONS TO ENSURE THAT IT IS 
PROPERLY HANDLED AND STORED AND, DEPENDING UPON THE INTENDED 
USE OF THE FOAM, THAT SUITABLE WARNINGS ARE PROVIDED TO THE 
ULTIMATE CONSUMER. 
 
PROP 65: THIS FOAM CONTAINS CHEMICALS THAT ARE KNOWN TO THE 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER OR BIRTH DEFECTS OR 
REPRODUCTIVE HARM.