It offers excellent adhesion qualities to any surface with no mechanical fixings required.
Once applied it will create a seamless air tight barrier with no waste to remove from your agricultural building.
Reduce animal feed bills
Prevent frost damage
Insulate irregular shaped buildings
Reduce heat loss
Offers no food source for vermin
Assists in environment temperature control
Reduce Your fuel costs
Helps maintain constant temperature
Poultry units are often automated, feeding, watering, temperature and ventilation are controlled to create the perfect environment for your poultry. The downside of automation is the cost involved by constantly regulating these changes.
Spray foam insulation applied to the internal side of the building can greatly reduce costs for heating, cooling and feed. Poultry in the optimum conditions require less food and time to get to the required size. Spraying insulation foam not only creates a thermal envelope and helps let you control the heating and cooling but is a great benefit when lighting needs to be controlled. Spray foam can block all light seepage gaps and potentially produce a night time environment in the day, this assists you in controlled the lux output required at different stages of the birds life. The heat generated from the lights is maintained and all light reflected and used rather than wasted.
Crop Storage insulation
In 2004, 15% of grain offered for sale was rejected due to infestation. The autumn weather of 2004 was considered by many to be too warm to cool grain rapidly enough to prevent infestation. The past decade has been warmer than the 30-year average (Figure 2), but the day-night average is still below 20ºC, low enough for the first cooling front to stop the saw-toothed grain beetle from breeding.The real problem is selecting the most suitable periods for cooling.
Using spray foam insulation we help you maintain a more stable environment all year round, this in turn helps you control you cooling and drying without creating possible carcinogen issues.
Traditionally agricultural buildings and barns were constructed with a wooden frame, commonly oak, and then the buildings were clad with wooden boards. The modern steel farm buildings provide a much stronger frame with is capable of taking large loads and pressures from inside the building which makes them ideal for the storage of arable stock such as grain. These style of building combined with our spray foam technology creates a very strong, stable storage solution.
Cold Storage insulation
Our foam technology is ideal for cold storage areas under extreme stress. Our product allows for excellent bonding to a wide variety of sheet materials commonly used by the cost storage industry. Foam insulation can also provide additional properties such as fire resistance and acoustic insulation to minimise the level of sound travelling through walls and floors.
Spray foam insulation can pay for itself in as little as a few years through energy savings from its superior R-Value, particularly for large scale heating or cooling systems.