If you need to insulate coolers, freezers, foundations, or crawl spaces, you need to look closely at what type of commercial-grade spray foam insulation you're purchasing. Closed-cell spray foam kits by The Insulation Guy are rated to insulate temperature ranges as low as -450Fº and as high as 900ºF. While there are many industrial insulation products offered by The Insulation Guy, spray foam kits are one of the most popular and versatile.
Disposable spray foam kits are available in six sizes from The Insulation Guy. The sizes range from 1 to 50 cubic feet. Industrial spray foam insulation kits are sold with either solid or pre-taped tubes for plumbing or heating applications up to 300Fº. Depending on the intended use of your spray foam kits, you can get pre-taped tubes up to 4" thick, diameters up to 16" and lengths up to 6 feet. Spray foam kits are good for indoor, outdoor, above or underground applications.
While spray foam insulation kits are versatile, it is important to note that spray foam products are not intended for interior walls, attics, or windows of your commercial space. By using them in the correct application, you can ensure that you get the best results.
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The Insulation Guy's line of spray foam insulation kits offers superior thermal insulation for a variety of industrial and commercial applications. With a range of specifications available, purchasing from The Insulation Guy is far different than purchasing from another supplier. No two applications are the same, so why should spray foam insulation kits be any different? By working closely with our team, you can get a custom quote to make sure that not only the spray foam insulation is perfect, but the accessories (tubing, size, etc.) are perfect to meet your unique needs. Request a quote for your closed cell spray foam insulation today.
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What is the R-Value of 2 inches of industrial spray foam insulation?
Open-cell industrial spray foam insulation has an R-value range from R-3.5 to R-3.6 per inch. This means that the filling of a 2 by 4-inch cavity reads in at about R-13. The thickness of the spray foam has a direct correlation to the R-value, which increases as the foam is applied thicker.
Does spray foam begin working as soon as it is applied to a space?
After application, spray foam needs to be cured. Though it takes less than an hour for it to cure enough to become tack-free, spray foam requires 8 to 24 hours to fully cure. The cure-time depends on the site conditions. There are some things you can do to speed up the curing process such as spraying a mist of water on the spray foam between layers.
What makes spray foam unique compared to other forms of industrial insulation?
While other forms of insulation come in specific shapes and sizes, spray foam expands to fill each and every unique crevice. Once applied, the foam will quickly expand to fill the space in which it is applied. This makes it the perfect choice for uniquely shaped areas or hard to reach spaces.
How long does industrial spray foam expand for?
Once applied to an area or opening, spray foam expands for a few minutes. To make sure that the foam can fully expand, you should fill the opening no more than 50 percent. If you fill the space more than that, you risk overflow in a few minutes once the expansion is complete.
What industries can use spray foam insulation?
Spray foam is good for almost every industry. That is because spray foam is used to fill small spaces, pipes, and crawl areas. Additionally, spray foam kits are good for indoor, outdoor, above or underground applications. If your industrial setting has areas that need insulation but are hard to reach, or uniquely shaped, you can most likely benefit from spray foam insulation.
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