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Residential

There are many uses for spray polyurethane foam insulation in the residential sector. Some areas that benefit from spray polyurethane foam insulation include:

Commercial

There are many uses for spray polyurethane foam insulation in the commercial sector. Some areas that benefit from spray polyurethane foam insulation include:

Industrial

There are many uses for spray polyurethane foam insulation in the industrial sector. Some areas that benefit from spray polyurethane foam insulation include:

 


Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF) was first used as an alternate roofing material over 30 years ago. Because of its excellent insulating characteristics, it has steadily gained in popularity. Polyurethane foam roofing is applied as a liquid. Two components (isocyanate and polyol) are combined in the mixing chamber of a special gun and are sprayed onto the substrate, where it immediately expands to 20-30 times its initial volume. As the foam rises, it sets into a solid and a skin forms on the surface. The closed-cell foam provides insulation, while the skin forms a water-resistant surface. The thickness of the application can be varied according to the need to create a slope to drain, to meet a given insulating R-value, or both. To protect the foam from ultraviolet radiation and to add to the waterproofing qualities of the system, a finish coating is applied to the surface.

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