POLYURETHANE FOAM INSULATION
Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation is a solidifying spray-applied dense liquid plastic. Use
it anywhere insulation is needed-attics, walls and ceilings. It's particularly useful for filling small crevices
Spray Polyurethane is
the High-Tech insulation material with lowest "K" Value per thickness of any readily available insulation material
used in residential construction. The K Value means Thermal Conductivity Value and the lower it is, the superior is
the insulation material. It is applied by spraying the material which becomes rigid in less than a minute.
Sprayed-in-place Polyurethane is a self-adhering, seamless, closed cell foam with excellent compressive strength.
It can be tapered to improve water drainage on an existing roof, eliminating the detrimental effect of standing
The versatility and performance of a seamless sprayed-in-place Polyurethane system makes it a practical and
economical solution for many applications. It provides a seamless weather barrier when utilized as a roofing system
and permits wall insulation. As self-adhering, light weight seamless insulation, it does cover a variety of
substrates. The direct adhesion to the various component surfaces (including concrete, wood, metal, plastic,
concentrate and others) creates a monolithic unit that gains substantial strength. It forms up to fill cavities
completely bonding the various elements together for rigidity and stiffness. The resulting envelope of insulation
offers lower K-Value and air infiltration resistance.
Formed by reactive components in the presence of other additives, Seamless Polyurethane foam is a rigid closed cell
insulation. The superior insulation and air-seal characteristics provide the owner with a long-term value based on
permanent reduction of cost of energy. Worth over 25 years of application, this product has been successfully
field-proven time and time again. As a purchaser, you are making a sound decision in selecting Polyurethane
Insulation Sheet and Spray Roof Insulation system.