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How to Not Fall Down on the Job

New Fall Protection Solutions To Look Out For By Leah Shook, Micheal Seman, Ted Hershey of Honeywell Industrial Safety Most spray foam workers are probably familiar with a variety of four-letter words. But one doesn’t always get the attention it deserves: “fall.” It’s a word worth talking about, however, because blowing foam into building spaces often means working at a ...

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New Beginnings in a Timeless Town

New SES’s Nexseal 2.0 Closed-Cell Spray Foam Featuring Honeywell’s Solstice LBA Creates A Top Of The Line, Environmentally Friendly System That Will Blow Others Away By Jourdan Porter On the coast of South Carolina, lies the effervescent historically enriched town of Charleston. In the midst of the downtown area resides the Pacific Box and Crate Development, a project in the works ...

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A Conversation About Spray Foam Blowing Agents…

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Laura Reinhard, Global Business Manager, Spray Foam, at Honeywell Talks Spray Foam Blowing Agents By Dan Taylor Laura Reinhard is extremely active in the spray foam industry, whether at industry events discussing blowing agent technology, meeting with systems houses to gather insights about formulation needs, or visiting with contractors at job sites to see first-hand how systems are performing. Reinhard ...

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MDI and Respirator Safety

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Are you wearing the correct respirator? By Mike Bennett The Spray Foam Coalition of the ACC Center for the Polyurethanes Industry defines spray polyurethane foam (SPF) as a spray-applied plastic that can form a continuous insulation and air-sealing barrier on walls, roofs, around corners, and on all contoured surfaces. Simply described, the process is this: Mixing and reacting unique liquid ...

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Ty Pennington Chooses Spray Foam

Ty Pennington opted to use the latest in spray foam technology in his own home.

When insulating his own home, Ty Pennington selected spray polyurethane foam with the latest NextGen improvements. By Jen Kramer Famed for hollering, “Move that bus!” to reveal beautifully made-over homes to deserving families on his Emmy-Award-winning television show, “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” Ty Pennington recently had the chance to yell his famous catchphrase to reveal his own home. Actually, the ...

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Blending in with Nature

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NCFI’s new spray foam roofing system provides an ideal solution for a roof retrofit in Santa Fe, New Mexico. By Juan Sagarbarria When you’re at 7,000 feet above sea level and reveling in the scenery of unending mountain vistas, you can consider yourself as being “one with nature.” That is what the city of Santa Fe, New Mexico – along ...

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High-Rise Comfort And Efficiency / Immeubles à Stages Pour Du Confort Et De L’Efficacite’

Closed-cell foam was sprayed to the entire perimeter of the building's interior on every floor. / De la mousse à cellule fermée a été giclée sur tout le périmètre intérieur et sur chaque étage de l’immeuble.

Ontario-based high-rise apartments benefit from Elastochem’s Insulthane Extreme closed-cell spray polyurethane foam featuring Honeywell’s Solstice LBA Le domaine du condo à étages de l’Ontario bénéficie de Insulthane® Extreme, une mousse de polyuréthane à cellules fermées pulvérisée de Elastochem avec l’agent liquide de gonflement (ALG) Solstice de Honeywell By Juan Sagarbarria, French Translation By Marc Kast There’s always a first. Like ...

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Harvesting SPF Success

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Spray Foam Provides Energy Efficiency to Modern-Day Urban Farm Why is the concept of urban farming so rewarding and lucrative? Easy – there’s a high demand for fresh, natural products that complement the healthy lifestyle of everyday folks. A close proximity to towns, villages, or cities brings significant traffic to these farmer’s markets that is not seen in typical farms ...

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8 Things Every Contractor Should Know About Foam Blowing Agents

8 THINGS EVERY CONTRACTOR SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FOAM BLOWING AGENTS

By Dan Taylor As a spray foam contractor, you are faced with many important decisions each day. For example, you must decide what amount to bid for a project, find ways to reduce your equipment and labor costs, and determine how best to set your business apart from the competition.  Another important consideration is what blowing agent to use in ...

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Cleared for Take Off: Solstice LBA Featured in New Roofing System at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

With about 10 million passengers served annually by eight different airlines, reliability can’t be compromised at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE). That’s one of the primary reasons why a closed-cell spray polyurethane foam roofing system developed by West Development Group (WDG) of LaGrange, Ohio was selected to meet stringent roofing requirements. After building a solid reputation with the city of ...

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