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Seasonal Spray Foam Blends

Are You Spraying the Right Chemical for Your Climate?

As we know, spray foam blends need to be kept and sprayed at certain temperatures to allow proper mixing of the chemicals, and to make sure that the foam expands and dries correctly. When temperature is a big factor for foam, it is even more important to take in to account the temperature outside of the drums and the hose. Cold weather blends react and spray differently than normal or premium blends, making up for the temperature difference.

But it is always important to keep your chemical and hoses warm, between 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit, to provide optimal spraying. To keep your materials warm, we have drum heaters and hose heaters that can be placed around your equipment and foam sets to provide the best spray, and saving money and time.

When you are in the spray foam business, your biggest enemy is the weather. But luckily, we have the tools and tips to combat against the weather, and ensure a safe spraying environment.

As we know, spray foam blends need to be kept and sprayed at certain temperatures to allow proper mixing of the chemicals, and to make sure that the foam expands and cures correctly. Since temperature is a big factor for foam, it is even more important to take in to account, and compensate for, the ambient temperature around the drums and the hose. Cold weather blends react and spray differently than normal or premium blends, making up for the temperature difference.

But it is always important to keep your chemical and hoses warm, between 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit, to provide optimal spraying. To keep your materials warm, we have drum heaters and hose heaters that can be placed around your equipment and foam sets to provide the best spray, and saving money and time.

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