Proper Use of Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) in High Performance Buildings Designing an Air Barrier System into the Building Envelope
Tuesday, March 27–Lunch Provided
AIA East Bay, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 94612
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Thursday, March 29 (Bring your own lunch)
Dahlin Group, 5865 Owens Drive, Pleasanton
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This Lunchtime Learning seminar on commercial applications covers how to use an air barrier system to control air leakage through all six sides of the building envelope. Uncontrolled air movement causes most of the indoor environmental problems that occur in your buildings. This includes high heating and cooling bills, high humidly levels, air quality, drafts and mold. During the seminar we will discuss ways that using a spray polyurethane foam insulation air barrier will help seal the building from the outside. We will also cover how spray polyurethane foam insulation can help with your LEED rating. We will review applications of SPF in high performance building envelopes and roofing assemblies commercial energy codes by state will be covered and how SPF works as a vapor retarder.
Presenter: Bayer MaterialScience