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During the past 45 years, Spray On Foam has been improving insulation, energy-efficiency, and safety in industrial plants and facilities throughout the Pacific Northwest. Whether it’s a small mechanics garage or a large manufacturing facility, our products are designed to quickly and completely insulate your building.
Although many of our clients are interested in the insulative properties of spray foam, our products are designed to be used for a variety of applications. The following list offers just a few of the ways spray foam can protect your structure – and your investments.
Fireproofing – When a matter of minutes could be the difference in averting disaster, Spray On Foam can buy you hours. Used to cover steel beams, girders, and other structural aspects of a business, our products will considerably slow the devastation fire can wreak.
Asbestos Abatement – A known cancer-causing agent, asbestos can be found in older facilities. Removing asbestos can be a messy, time-consuming, and dangerous job. With spray foam, dangerous airborne particles can be mitigated.
Seismic Rehabilitation – Is your brick or masonry building at risk during an earthquake? Spray foam can help improve the seismic rating of your structure, making it more secure in the event of shifting ground underneath.
Soundproofing – Used in parking garages, gyms, and even recording studios, spray foam offers a fast, clean way to deaden noise in close areas. The foam designed for these purposes can be applied to virtually any clean surface and is ideal for treating hard-to-reach areas.
Roof Recoating – Why tear off an existing roof when you don’t have to? Impermeability is a major concern for flat or slope roofing. Spray foam products will give your roof a weather-tight cover for up to 20 years.
Types Of Spray On Foam
Spray On Foam generally uses two types of foam: open cell and closed cell. Open-cell foam is often spongier than closed cell, but still rigid enough to provide high R-value insulation around plumbing or wiring found in open walls. With more give, there is no additional stress on the infrastructure.
Closed-cell foam is a more solid product and better for use in wide spans or where a lot of traffic is present. Because it is denser, it is able to withstand the occasional bump and bruise from equipment or machinery.
If you have a need for any of our products, don’t hesitate to reach out. Give us as much information as you can, although we will also perform a site evaluation for the best results. We look forward to finding out how we can help your plant, facility, or building.