The National Institute for Standards & Technology (NIST) located in Gaithersburg, MD recently released a report regarding the impacts from hurricanes Katrina and Rita on structures in the damaged areas.
The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) is excited to announce that this report is extremely favorable towards spray foam roofing. The report stated that Spray Foam Roofs were THE ONLY type of roofing system that was described as having performed “extremely well” by NIST officials. Other sections of the report describe how Spray Foam roofing withstood Hurricane Katrina’s winds without blow-off or damage to the flashings. The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance is very excited to alert the industry to these findings and to be a part of this outstanding achievement in the industry.
For more information please contact
Jessyca Blevins at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the scenario: You have one of the most brilliant minds on the planet and you work for NASA (National Aeronautics & Space Administration). Your team has been tasked to create the worlds lightest, most durable insulation capable of keeping a rocket fuel tank at Negative 423 degrees Fahrenheit. What does your team come up with?
SPF’s remarkable qualities:
Strength, Insulation, Durability, Light Weight,
The large 395,000 gallon fuel tank is coated with 1” SPF. The SPF turns orange when exposed to U.V.