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World’s Largest Spray Foam Hot Dog

The finished spray foam sculpture is 63 feet long and weighs 2.4 tons.

A Michigan hot dog sculpture is one of world’s largest, thanks to the vision of a talented artist, the skills of a spray polyurethane foam insulation crew, and NCFI’s spray foam. By Jen Kramer Northern Michigan is famous for breathtaking scenery – sport fishing on Lake Huron, kayaking down rivers, hiking on nature trials, stepping back in time on Mackinac ...

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Insulating Antarctica with Spray Foam

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Commercial air barrier creates a safe haven within an architectural landmark. By Jen Kramer The “Evening in Antarctica” grand opening had all the hallmarks of a gala bash. Local dignitaries in black tie applauding, camera flashes strobbing, and 80 “tuxedoed” guests of honor waddling down a blue carpet to splash into a frigid 40°F pool inside a 37°F enclosure. No. ...

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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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Executive Outlook: Mitch Clifton

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A Conversation With Mitch Clifton – Director of Business Development, NCFI By Ryan Spencer NCFI was one of the world’s pioneers of polyurethane foam in the 1960s, and since has developed product lines in residential and commercial SPF insulation, commercial roofing, geotechnical applications and OEM technologies. Spray Foam Magazine spoke with Mitch Clifton, NCFI’s Director of Sales, about the company’s ...

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Robo Rehab

A NCFI spray foam roof is applied with a robotic sprayer.

A spray foam roofing system application is efficiently expedited with the assistance of a robotic tool By Juan Sagarbarria It can be nice to have a robot do the work for you – particularly if said machine can be just as efficient, or more so, than a human when completing a task. The spray foam industry does not shy away ...

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