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ber-frame structure in North Amer-
ica, Noah’s Ark. To top things off,
we feature a sneak peek of the big-
gest annual forum for SPF break-
throughs, the Sprayfoam show.
Beyond the innovative theme, we
highlight commercial and residential insulation applications, as well as roofing and coating applications. Also,
we feature several perspectives on cold weather applications in our second edition of Spray Foam Magazine
Thanks for reading, and remember: foam for our future.
Innovation drives the spray foam industry more than almost any other in the construction sector. Indeed, it
seems like there’s always some breakthrough development or product that pushes the industry forward, to
the extent that this continual advancement has nearly
become commonplace. In a sense, this is a good issue
to have, but it’s nevertheless important to appreciate both the breakthroughs and the people that make
Within these pages, we highlight some of the industry’s
most recent innovations, with a feature on high-performance proportioners that are designed, engineered,
and built in the U.S., as well as a new low-pressure proportioner that may take the LP market to a new level.
On the material side, we take a look at how a 4th generation formulation of closed-cell spray foam is where
the industry is headed, as well as highlight the use of
FROM THE EDITOR
WELCOME TO THE JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 ISSUE OF SPRAY FOAM MAGAZINE