Coating products that we provide include acrylics, silicones, moisture cured urethanes, urethanes, pure polyureas, polyaspartic and polyethylene protective coatings. Our products provide protection against energy loss, reduction of the carbon footprint, increase floatation, and acoustical enhancement. Our protective coating products offer flame ignition barriers, corrosion, abrasion and chemical resistance, protection from Mother Nature and her climatic conditions in applications of roofing, decking (mechanical room, plaza deck protection and parking decks), membrane waterproofing (below grade, between slab, on-grade and above grade), bomb blast resistance, secondary containment, tank & pipe linings, restoration of single-ply membranes and metal panel construction.
A material applied over spray polyurethane foam (and other foam plastics) designed to slow the temperature rise of the foam during a fire situation and delay its involvement in the fire. With few exceptions, building codes require that SPF be separated from interior spaces with a thermal barrier. Building codes require that thermal barriers for use with polyurethane foam: (1) limit the average temperature rise of the unexposed foam surface to no more than 139°C (250°F) after 15 minutes of fire exposure complying with ASTM E 119 or UL 263 standard time-temperature curve; and (2) will remain in place for 15 minutes based on a small room corner test.
SPFA believes that the path to a healthful, safe, high-quality and performing SPF installation travels through the hands of a knowledgeable, trained, experienced, and ideally PCP-certified professional contractor.