SprayFoam Convention & Expo 2008 Presentations

Content and positions offered within the presentations are those of the author, and do not necessarily represent those of SPFA or its membership.

Sunday, March 16

Technical Track:
SPFA ATI Thermal Study- M. Bogdan
Wind Uplift Studies- R. Duncan & J. Wu
Unvented Attics-Ignition Barriers/Codes- R. Morrison

Marketing Track:
Marketing SPF as Green- D. Schumacher
New SPF Markets-Agricultural- T. Medford
Green Incentives and Education for SPF Roofing- D. West

Safety/Quality Track:
Respiratory Protection for the SPF Industry- D. Leiner & S. Mackay
Safety: How Much is Too Much?- M. West
Fireblocking with OCF- P. Schulz & S. Crain

Monday, March 17

Technical Track:
Roofing Energy Performance Measurement Tool- J. Stockdale, J. Nolan, & L. Rainer
New Developments in Spray Foam Dispensing Technology- J. Tate
Coof Roof Coatings- M. Kolb

Marketing Track:
Severe Weather Marketing- R. Tucker
Green Building Performance: Claims vs. Results- R. Gilleskie
Spray Foam and NRCA- J. Kirby

Safety/Quality Track:
SPF cPVC Study- M. Bogdan
FTC R-Value Rule Review- R. Frisby

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.