What is the Difference Between Open and Closed Cell Spray Foam?
The two main types of spray foam materials are open cell and closed cell. Open cell spray foam insulation contains fewer chemicals and is often less expensive. While it is a good air barrier, it is not a good solution for a water vapor barrier. Open cell spray foam is most often used for interior walls since it provides noise reduction. Its application is limited as it is not recommended for outdoor use. Closed cell spray foam insulation it an excellent barrier for air and water vapor. It is excellent for outdoor use, such as roofing, and can be used anywhere throughout a home or building where insulation is needed.
Wading through the jungle of spray foam options can be daunting for new spray foam businesses. A wide array of spray foam equipment and materials exist. There are many options, depending upon the type of business your company wishes to conduct--from large mobile spray foam rigs to simple portable spray foam insulation kit.
One size does not fit all. Expert training is vital for understanding your unique spray foam needs and requirements. There are a variety of spray foam training schools, including on-line training sites and certification sites. Spray foam training schools are a great way to see equipment, gain help in assessing your specific needs, and it provides you with an opportunity to ask a lot of questions. Always compare prices and do your homework when it comes to choosing equipment, supplies, materials, and training that will best serve you are your customers.
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