The spray polyurethane foam market is saturated with myriad types of foams, often being only slightly different from one another. SES Foam poses the question: are these foams truly differentiated in any significant ways? In a de facto answer, the company has positioned itself as an inustrystandout with the introduction of SucraSeal, a sucrose-based (sugar-based) open-cell foam insulation. While there are a significant number of sucrose-based foams on the market, no single product offers SucraSeal’s combination of high biobased content and built-in fire-retardant properties.
When Charles Valentine, SES Foam’s COO, first suggested the concept of marketing a spray foam with both a high biobased content and code-compliant, inherent fire-retardant properties, it appealed greatly to the contracting firms that work closely with SES.
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