Polyurethane Spray Foam
Polyurethane spray foam insulation is a closed cell medium density spray foam made from renewable corn oils, soy bean oil, sugar and castor bean oil. It is unique in ecological nature. Premium Spray Products Canada manufactures the next generation of spray foam products to make your world better. We can provide you with a renewable, recycled and responsible spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation that offers a high performing and durable insulation to reduce energy costs and consumption.
Polyurethane spray foam has zero impact on the ozone layer, a challenge raised by the Montreal Protocol Agreement as the insulation industry has an obligation to eliminate all ozone-depleting substances (zero ODS) from their products by 2010. Thermo Seal Insulation Systems is proud to have been using a zero ODS spray foam since 2007, 3 years before other contractors committed to this green initiative.
Our product is a medium density (2 pounds per cubic foot) closed cell SPF. Spray foam insulation will not shrink, sag, settle or biodegrade. By acting as an air and vapour barrier, medium density spray foam insulation provides an all-in-one complete wall system. In addition, polyurethane foam insulation products have a higher R-value per inch than batt insulation.
When you invest in spray foam insulation, you will reap long term rewards in saved energy dollars, increased control of indoor air quality and improved comfort, health and safety for the life of your home. Your heating and cooling equipment will work more efficiently, use less energy (gas, electricity, oil, etc.) and will maintain a more uniform and consistent temperature. This also increases energy efficiency by allowing for downsizing of heating and cooling systems.
Benefits of Polyurethane Spray Foam
Our polyurethane spray foam is the highest rated insulating spray foam available. With an initial R-value per inch of 6.6, we can boast a higher long-term thermal resistance (LTTR) of R6 per inch. The LTTR is a requirement for R-value classification in Canada and is conducted by independent laboratories approved by the Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC). Currently there is only one manufacturer (Demilec) that is able to produce a spray foam with an LTTR of R6 per inch.