This issue marks my first as Editor-in-Chief of Spray Foam Magazine, and I could not be more proud.
It also marks my return to the Spray
Polyurethane Foam industry after an
absence of some years. As expected,
there have been changes.
Apologies to the much lamented
Mr. Bowie, but in the spray foam
industry we can trace time. Since I
last edited a spray foam magazine
there have been legislative changes in
energy efficiency, sustainability, and
fire safety. All of these rulings have
impacted formulations, equipment,
training – driving the industry to new
heights of innovation. And the evolution is absolutely traceable because
not only are the codes time-stamped with adoption dates, so too are the
individual products when they pass. Over the last few weeks I have been
tracing the changing timeline of an industry that is constantly striving to
improve and is becoming more mainstream in the process. Some of these
innovative changes are reflected in our article, ”Spray Rig 101” on page 42.
Over the last few weeks I have also been tracing the timeline of
SprayFoam.com and Spray Foam Magazine. As we move forward, there
will, of course, be some changes. We will be returning to the core of what
made us the most powerful spray foam multi-media site – a renewed
focus on the essence of the industry – Question & Answer forums, safety,
and innovative techniques that will drive your business to thrive and grow.
These articles will join the project profiles and breaking news articles that
you expect. We also have some other projects in the works, so be sure to
bookmark the site and sign up for our newsletter so that you don’t miss
any of the changes.
Time may have changed me – but not that much. Those of you who have
worked with me before will recognize this line and will also know that I
do mean it: We are always looking for great projects. Please feel free to
contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FROM THE EDITOR
me, but I
– David Bowie