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Open Cell Spray Foam vs Closed Cell Spray Foam

[cs_content][cs_element_section _id=”1″][cs_element_row _id=”2″][cs_element_column _id=”3″][cs_text _order=”0″]A brief overview about the differences of open cell spray foam and closed cell spray foam. [/cs_text][x_video_embed no_container=”false” type=”16:9″][/x_video_embed][/cs_element_column][/cs_element_row][/cs_element_section][/cs_content]

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Ignition Barrier & Thermal Barriers – Spray Foam

Fireproofing your spray foam application is one of the most necessary steps before leaving a job and requires usually either a ignition barrier or thermal barrier . Thermal barrier and ignition barrier are essential to protecting those inside in the case of a fire in the residence or building. Ignition barriers may not be required...

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The Polyurea Popularity.

The Polyurea Popularity Compared to other protective coatings, Polyurea has become the most requested products in the coatings industry. Polyurea is a two-component high performance polymer coating. Polyurea is rapid curing from liquid to plastic coating that is flexible, waterproof and able to resist chemical submersion. The types of polyurea are slow aliphatic pure polyurea,...

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What Makes Spray Foam Insulation ?

What Makes Spray Foam Insulation? Spray Foam Insulation (SPF) is made by combining an isocyanate ( A side ) and a resin (b side) at a 1:1 ratio. Isocyanates in polyurethane is typically made up of methylene diphenyl disoycynate (MDI) and polymeric methylene diphenyl disocynate (PMDI). Resins in polyurethane are usually made up of polyols...

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