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Open Cell & Closed Cell Spray Foam

posted on January 02, 2017 by Ryan Snider posted in Blog

Both closed cell spray foam and open cell spray foam insulation can be used effectively in commercial building designs to allow the building to achieve energy efficiency and consistent performance. When applied on the interior, open cell spray insulation provides performance advantages that differ from those of closed cell spray foam used on the exterior.

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Spray Foam Facts

posted on January 26, 2015 by Ryan Snider posted in Blog

What is Spray Foam and When Should It Be Used?

Spray Foam Insulation:

Also known as Spray Polyurethane Foam or SPF, is an insulation that is applied as a liquid and then expands, forming the foam. SPF can be either open or closed cell in structure, depending on the density desired. The density will depend on the specific project for which it's being utilized and on its intended purpose and/or desired goal. Special equipment is needed to apply the SPF as well as many months of technical training.

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Spray Foam Application

posted on January 20, 2016 by Ryan Snider posted in Blog

Spray foam is a very specialized packing material, often required for use in shipping valuable fragile items. Engineered packaging principles are designed to protect sculptures, vases, large fossils, lamp bases, busts, computers, furniture, chandeliers and other objects of unusual shape. By virtue of the liquid foam expanding by up to 30-60 times the volume of its liquid state, it efficiently protects almost any size, form and weight.

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