PU 115 - Spray Polyurethane Foam (2017)

PU 115 - Spray Polyurethane Foam (2017)

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This webinar course discussed general background about spray polyurethane foam (SPF), unique applications, benefits of SPF, where SPF can be installed, evaluation reports, code changes and distinctive case studies where SPF was installed.

The primary focus of the webinar was to give an overview of SPF. The webinar provided an overview of the types of SPF, the production of the polyol blend, commonly referred to as the “B-side,” the chemical reaction creating the foam, the installation of the foam, and the proper safety techniques needed to ensure a safe install.

Original Date:

  • May 16, 2017


  • Members of CPI - $199.00
  • Non-members - $249.00

CPI Members get $50 off during checkout.
Joint ACC/CPI members will see the $50 savings automatically in your cart.

Who Should Purchase?

  • Code Officials, builders, architects, manufacturers and suppliers of spray polyurethane materials, etc.


  • Attendees will gain a better understanding of: 
    • The types of SPF, and their recommended uses,
    • How SPF is created and installed, and
    • The appropriate safety recommendations.


  • To educate participants about the different types of polyurethane foam products used for insulation. 

Length of Course:

  • The course was a 90 minute webinar. 


  • Richard Duncan
  • Xuaco Pascual
  • Jason Hoerter


  • Background Information About SPF
    • Building codes
    • Evaluation reports
    • Unique applications
    • Air carriers qualities
    • Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)
  • Code Changes
    • Evaluation reports
    • Quality inspections
    • LEED V4
  • Delivery Methods
  • SPF Benefits
  • Case Studies


For more information, please contact Lee Salamone, (202) 249-6604, Lee_Salamone@americanchemistry.com

Disclaimer: All information and technical advice is given without warranty or guarantee and is subject to change without notice. The manner in which you use and the purpose to which you put and utilize our advice and information are beyond our control. Therefore, it is imperative that you conduct your own analysis to determine whether the technical advice and information are suitable for your intended uses and applications.