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Polyurethane Spray Foam

Inject Polyurethane Foam

Injection polyurethane foam is a slow rising foam allowing cavities and voids to be filled from an injection point.

Most common use for injection is behind sheet metal cladding, stopping condensation on pipes running as low and -40 degrees Celsius

We are unable to inject polyurethane foam in to pre-existing residential walls, foam puts alot of pressure on them and could cause damage to the walls

Injection polyurethane foam is a slow rising foam allowing cavities and voids to be filled from an injection point.

Most common use for injection is behind sheet metal cladding, stopping condensation on pipes running as low and -40 degrees Celsius

We are unable to inject polyurethane foam in to pre-existing residential walls, foam puts alot of pressure on them and could cause damage to the walls

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Spray Polyurethane Foam

Spray polyurethane insulation is spray-applied by spray polyurethane professionals on site to provide a seamless, effective thermal, air and moisture barrier. It is sprayed as a liquid that immediately expands to approximately 30 times its original volume upon installation. As it expands into foam, it adheres and contours to the spray surface, filling in cracks and crevices that can cause air and water infiltration.

Spray polyurethane insulation is spray-applied by spray polyurethane professionals on site to provide a seamless, effective thermal, air and moisture barrier. It is sprayed as a liquid that immediately expands to approximately 30 times its original volume upon installation. As it expands into foam, it adheres and contours to the spray surface, filling in cracks and crevices that can cause air and water infiltration.

Benefits of Spray Polyurethane Foam

Reduce noise. Foam insulation serves as a barrier to airborne sounds, and reduces airborne sound transfer through a building's roof, floor and walls.

Polyurethane foams have one of the highest insulating R-values per inch of all commercially available products today. With typical R-values in the range R 5.5 to 8 per inch, it is possible to have thinner walls and lower profile roofs while maximizing efficiency, increasing space utilization and reducing operating costs.

Polyurethane foam sealants, applied on-site, expand to fill energy-wasting, air-infiltrating gaps around window frames, plumbing pipes, and electrical outlets

The qualities of rigid polyurethane foam reduce energy transfer, resist moisture, maintain dimensional stability, remain airtight and often support a structural role. Polyurethane foams also function in temperature extremes, do not deform or distort, and are not subject to damage by the moisture that may result from condensation. Polyurethane is stable over a wide temperature range

Polyurethane Spray Foam Uses