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K-5 Ultra Bond Polyurea for all marine applications

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

K-5 This is a product developed by SPI to fullfill a need in the marine sector.  K-5 Is used on boat hulls, barges, submarines, warfs/docks and anywhere there is extreme abrasion, wear or scraping that other products can’t resist.  Jet boats running over sand bars can scrape, puncture their hulls.  K-5 protects these ares,  keeping boats, barges etc. in good shape and running.  This video demonstrates what this product can handle....

The Dangers of short term thinking with Spray foam and polyurea

Posted by on Mar 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

We often get mesmerized by the numbers at the bottom of a quote sheet or estimate.  There could be decision changing information above those numbers but we see a lower number and “decision made”.  We have been taught to do this when buying a car, house, tools or most things in our lives “cheaper is better”.  “Cheaper” is a short term thinkers expression and “inexpensive” is a long term thinkers expression.  Let me explain this with an example—One contractor buys a low end drill for $30.00(which i have done in the past) and one contractor buys a higher end drill.  The one contractor might say to the other ha!,...

PolyUrea – What Canadians should be using in Commercial and Industrial Buildings

Posted by on Feb 7, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When I first started into spray foam I went to Washington for some training with Specialty products.  I was new in the spray business so didn’t quite understand about Spray Polyurea.  What an eye opener it was to go to the SPI school to learn how to spray polyurethane as well as polyurea.  I would say 80% of the class or 18 people were there to learn or re-new their certification in POLYUREA.  I went from not even hearing about polyurea before that to seeing how many large industries and Military, use the product.  My mind started working and seeing all of the the applications this polyurea could be...

How much HEAT are you LOSING?

Posted by on Feb 4, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

When you look at the two images below, you see two ends of the heat spectrum. Spray Foam is darker due to the reduction of heat loss. The Batt insulation allows significant heat loss as seen in the thermal image. Thermal imaging does not lie. Spray Foam is a much superior performer.     As seen in Spray Foam...

Comparing Foam to Batt Insulation

Posted by on Feb 4, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

We first need to get a comparison system. The ‘R-Value’ system is outdated and does not reflect the benefits of Spray Foam. When viewed in a list with just a price, Fibreglass seems to be the logical ‘cheap’ choice and that is just what it is, it’s  ‘1-dimensional. Fibreglass has a R-Value of 3. Spray Foam has a R-Value of 6 plus: adds 300% structure strength resists mould water resistant monolithic (no seams) insect resistant Fibreglass will slow cold down but Spray Foam stops the cold, adds to the structure, resists mould, rodents and insects, stops air infiltration. Spray Foam is a multi-dimensional system that the old ‘R-Value’ system...