Industrial Grade Dehumidifier

Home Spray Foam Insulation Industrial Grade Dehumidifier

Today we’re going to talk specifically about the utilization of an industrial grade dehumidifier for your environment before applying spray foam insulation.

Like any trades job or career, you’re going to encounter obstacles. In our years of experience servicing the insulation industry, we’ve encountered all types of obstacles when applying both closed-cell & open-cell spray foam insulation to various surface areas and enclosed environments.

When applying spray foam insulation, you need to ensure the surface area that your spray foam is being applied to is free of condensation. In short, your walls & ceiling need to be dry for an effective yield to take hold when spraying polyurethane closed-cell spray foam. This means doing your due diligence to ensure your environment is dehumidified, so that there’s absolutely no condensation on the walls or ceiling.

This recommendation essentially boils down to industry best practices. If we want the best yield of our spray foam, we need to ensure that the surface area for application is dry. If not, you run the risk of the spray foam contracting and pulling away from the wall or ceiling it’s applied to, and nobody wants that. So get yourself and industrial grade dehumidifier. It’ll save you a ton of hassle, and guarantee the best possible application of your spray foam insulation.

Call today to learn more about industry best practices when utilizing and applying polyurethane spray foam insulation to your home, business, or agricultural facility. Go Green. Go Foam.

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