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Lapolla Bows Energy-Saving SPF

Monday, September 26, 2016

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Spray foam and roof coatings manufacturer Lapolla Industries Inc. (Houston, TX) has introduced a new open-cell spray polyurethane foam insulation designed for use without an ignition barrier.

FOAM-LOK FLX 500-EM is billed as a low-density, ultra high-yield insulation material that reduces energy consumption, cuts moisture penetration and increases thermal performance in the structure.


The manufacturer says the product improves indoor comfort and can save homeowners up to 45 percent on their energy bills over the life of the home.

The easy-to-apply product is recommended for attics and crawl spaces, according to Lapolla.

The product meets fire safety criteria established by the International Code Council Evaluation Service, Lapolla adds.

More information: www.lapolla.com.


Tagged categories: Coatings Technology; Insulation; Lapolla Industries; Spray foam; Spray polyurethane foam

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