Posted by haley on October 27, 2012 at 05:10:15 from (184.108.40.206):
Anyone using spray foam in a can on combines BEWARE.I have used it for years to seal small cracks quickly on spots where a little grain seeps out over time but I learned a lesson yesterday.I had a small crack under the hopper on the exhaust side of my combine where the muffler and pipe run under the sheetmetal to the rear of the machine that was letting a lot of soybean dust build up around the exhaust pipe.Trying to stop the dust quickly I filled the crack with spray foam.The foam was fairly far away from the pipe but 30 minutes later it got hot enough to catch fire and almost got out of control before I cought it.I smelled the burnt smell and when I looked under the panel all the dust was glowing red and the foam was burning like paper.Luckily I keep water and a garden sprayer with me and was able to soak it and then took the air and blew it all out the back.I think now it will head to the shop to fix it the right way.
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