Tiger Foam

Anyone ever use the Slow-Rise Tiger Foam to insulate a wall cavity? I have new windows/casing, crown molding, etc, and I really don't want to pull off the drywall. The drywall is attached to cinderblock via furring strips.
Are there any fire code concerns with this?
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I'm not familiar with that particular brand, but this past fall I used about 20 cans sealing up cracks in an old warehouse building.
Don't over fill. It will expand with some force. Give it a shot and wait to see how well it does. If it does go beyond, leave it set a bit and then cut the excess off.
Wear gloves and an old long sleeved shirt. Don't think that "I'm only doing this one spot, I'll be careful" It takes a couple of weeks to wear off your skin, never comes out of the clothing.
No, it is made for insulation and must meet all the codes for flame spread.
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