JUPITER, FL–May 6, 2014–The latest edition of Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine has been published, and is freely available to readers online and via the publication’s mobile app. The May/June 2014 Issue features a host of stories that create unique view of the spray foam industry’s past, present, and future.
“This issue embodies perhaps the broadest scope with which we’ve viewed the spray foam industry,” said Ryan Spencer, Editor-in-Chief. “Along with the latest major projects we feature in every issue, we also present readers with historically significant milestones and the beginnings of a new era for spray applications.”
Headlining the May/June 2014 Issue are NCFI’s golden anniversary, Graco’s new Reactor 2, and high-profile spray applications at the Cleveland Airport and UAlbany. The issue also offers the inaugural bi-monthly column by George Spanos, President of Spray Foam Distributors of New England.
“We’re deploying a few different concepts in this issue, and we’ll be gauging their success going forward,” said Spencer. “They’re all part of our commitment to bring engaging content to our readers.”
Highlights from the May/June 2014 Issue
NCFI celebrates 50 years in operation
An historic vessel is given new life with SPF
Reactor 2 marks the next generation of proportioners
Chicken feed plant benefits from spray foam insulation
SPF utilized for climate-controlled storage units
Tight envelopes define 3rd annual ABAA Conference
Airport roofing foam features low-GWP blowing agent
UAlbany landmark recoated with polyurethane
Designing banner ads that generate clicks
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