An ultra-grade insulator that doubles as a water and vapor barrier while also adding structural strength; ccSPF is predominantly used as an exterior envelope insulator in construction and industrial application. It performs particularly well on sheet metal or block wall structures.
Excellent cost-to-performance insulator mostly used for thermal and air barrier assemblies and where high volume is required; ocSPF is the most popular variant of foam insulation for residential construction due to its nominal water permeability which allows leaks in wood-frame structures to be properly identified before rot can set in.
A lightweight, super-durable sprayed-in-place roofing system that enhances building energy efficiency; SPF roofing can be formed to any roof and any roofing substrate to completely fill gaps and seams, contour parapets and slopes and generally weather-proof to a degree unrivaled by competing roof systems. SPF roofing is completely sustainable, easily repairable and can effectively last indefinitely.
A 2-in-1 wall system, ideally suited to institutional construction, where the insulating membrane is integrated into the structure on the exterior face, completely eliminating any thermal bridges. This can be a significantly more cost-effective approach than other 2-in-1 envelope solutions, but at the cost of some flexibility when it comes to implementing various exterior or interior finishes.
Conditioning a crawlspace involves polyethylene sheathing used in conjunction with a ccSPF insulated perimeter to safeguard mechanicals, foundation, and indoor air quality. Sealed off from both outside air and soil vapors, the house's own HVAC system can easily regulate air flow within the space, creating an even and homogenous environment nearly identical to the living areas.
Medium-density closed cell spray foam insulation applied directly to the duct-line for a more integrated, airtight HVAC delivery system. Best suited for rigid metal ducts, this system integrates the insulation directly onto the duct substrate, negating the need to periodically repair or re-wrap duct-line. Unlike fiberglass, ccSPF insulated duct prevents condensate from harboring mold growth.