Whether protecting building occupants or spray foam itself, coatings play an integral role within the SPF industry.
Spray rigs’ coating capabilities can extend beyond insulation and roofing applications.
VOLUME 3 ISSUE 3
from the editor
Welcome to the May/June 2013
Issue of Spray Foam Insulation
& Roofing Magazine
Spring is in swing and summer is right
around the corner–that’s right, busy season
has begun. As applicators gear up for the
project-filled months ahead, we wanted
to focus on a topic that touches the entire
industry: coatings. From roofing applications
that need UV protection, to insulation
applications that require fire protection, to
industrial containment applications that rely
on monolithic membrane, contracting firms
within the industry are utilizing coatings to
crown quality applications.
First, we see how the roof of Dayton, Ohio’s
tallest building is restored with a hybrid
polyurea system. Then, continuing last
issue’s feature on fire-retardant coatings, we
discuss proper ignition and thermal barrier
applications in the spray foam industry.
Polyurea is again featured in a secondary
containment application at a Texas
The new and improved SprayBot is featured
in our equipment department as it plays a
critical role in a commercial roofing project.
Also, spray foam comes to the rescue of a
water treatment plant with a leaky roof.
Additionally, we cover an SPF insulation
project at an Arizona temple and discuss the
major camps of website design.
Thanks for reading, and keep spraying!
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