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Energy Planning for your Off Grid Home, Heatlok HFO Pro® Spray Foam

Discussion in 'Off Grid Living' started by HK_User, Jul 21, 2018.


  1. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey Site Supporter

    As I set at a comfortable 72 degrees, inside, I know many are dreading the next electric
    bill due to our 100 plus days. Our AC is running at an efficient 45% cycle. Thanks to correct engineering.

    Insulation should be part of a off grid home, to most it is a hit or miss thing.
    HK


    Demilec’s New Heatlok HFO Pro® Spray Foam
    Leads the Industry with an R-Value of 7.4 at 1 Inch


    Shatter the “Status Quo” with the New Heatlok HFO Pro®

    Arlington, Texas – Heatlok HFO Pro® spray foam from Demilec Inc., is the latest technology in the Heatlok HFO® closed-cell spray foam series, leveraging Honeywell Solstice® liquid blowing agents. Designed on the molecular level to specifically address the challenges of today’s building envelope, Heatlok HFO Pro® spray foam is certified by the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA) for adhesion to most air barrier materials and achieves an R-11 to exceed ASHRAE 90.1 continuous insulation requirements at 1.5 inches. In addition, Heatlok HFO Pro® spray foam provides a vapor retarder (less than 1 perm) at 1-inch thickness, a full 35 percent thinner than current Demilec materials, providing moisture vapor control within the exterior cavity.

    “Why design a building to just meet today’s code standards? Design for the lifecycle of the building and the performance needs of the future. With Heatlok HFO Pro® technology, you can advance the art of building design,” said Tom Harris, Vice President of Building Science, Demilec. “Specifying Demilec and our full line of insulating air barrier solutions not only reduces risk, but enhances the overall performance of the building envelope, creating satisfied building owners and buildings that go beyond code and performance requirements. Demilec is shattering the ‘Status Quo’.”

    Three years ahead of the Montreal Protocol, which bans the use of HFCs in gas filled plastic insulations, Demilec introduced the Heatlok HFO® line of products, eliminating the need to use HFC blowing agents. Heatlok HFO® spray foam leverages Honeywell Solstice® liquid blowing agent technology, an ultra-low GWP blowing agent used instead of the traditional blowing agents utilized by other spray foam manufacturers.

    The Demilec Building Science Group closely monitors International Building Code requirements to confirm that its products meet the highest possible standards. This allows construction companies and commercial design professionals to install and specify Demilec closed-cell spray foam products with confidence.

    Building industry professionals and business owners can learn more about the benefits of Heatlok HFO Pro® closed-cell spray foam by visiting www.nostatusquo.info and connecting with Demilec through social channels.

    Demilec® and Heatlok® are trademarks of Demilec, Incorporated. Solstice® is a registered trademark of Honeywell.

    About Demilec, Inc.:
    Demilec, Inc., a subsidiary of Huntsman Corp., has been recognized as an industry leader in using innovative technology and advanced science to create a line of open-cell and closed-cell spray foam insulation and coatings for more than 33 years. Demilec focuses on meeting market demands for more energy-efficient products and serves a range of industries, including industrial, residential, commercial, agricultural, original equipment manufacturer, education, water, oil and gas, energy, military, and civil. For more information, visit www.demilec.com.

    Forward-Looking Statements:
    Certain information in this release constitutes forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These statements are based on management's current beliefs and expectations. The forward-looking statements in this release are subject to uncertainty and changes in circumstances and involve risks and uncertainties that may affect the company's operations, markets, products, services, prices and other factors as discussed under the caption "Risk Factors" in the Huntsman companies' filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Significant risks and uncertainties may relate to, but are not limited to, volatile global economic conditions, cyclical and volatile product markets, disruptions in production at manufacturing facilities, reorganization or restructuring of Huntsman’s operations, including any delay of, or other negative developments affecting the ability to implement cost reductions and manufacturing optimization improvements in Huntsman businesses and realize anticipated cost savings, and other financial, economic, competitive, environmental, political, legal, regulatory and technological factors. The company assumes no obligation to provide revisions to any forward-looking statements should circumstances change, except as otherwise required by applicable laws.

    Demilec warrants only that its products meet the specifications stated herein, if any. Typical properties, where stated, are to be considered as representative of current production and should not be treated as specifications. While all the information presented in this document is believed to be reliable and to represent the best available data on these products, DEMILEC MAKES NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NON-INFRINGEMENT OF ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT OF ANY THIRD PARTY, OR WARRANTIES AS TO QUALITY OR CORRESPONDENCE WITH PRIOR DESCRIPTION OR SAMPLE, AND ANY USER OF PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN SHOULD CONDUCT A SUFFICIENT INVESTIGATION TO ESTABLISH THE SUITABILITY OF ANY PRODUCT FOR ITS INTENDED USE AND ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM THE USE OF SUCH PRODUCT, WHETHER USED SINGLY OR IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER SUBSTANCES. Product(s) described in this publication may be hazardous and/or toxic and require special precautions in handling. For all product(s) described herein, the user should obtain from Demilec detailed information on hazards and/or toxicity, together with proper shipping, handling, and storage procedures, and should comply with all applicable safety and environmental standards. The behavior, hazards and/or toxicity of the product(s) referred to in this publication in manufacturing processes and their suitability in any given end-use environment are dependent upon various conditions such as chemical compatibility, temperature, and other variables, which may not be known to Demilec. It is the sole responsibility of the user of such product(s) to evaluate the manufacturing circumstances and the final product(s) under actual end-use requirements and to adequately advise and warn future purchasers and users thereof.



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  2. DKR

    DKR Interesting ideas, interesting stories

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  3. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey Site Supporter

  4. Out in the woods

    Out in the woods off-grid in-the-forest beekeeper

    When I built our house [2400 sq ft 40' by 60' steel structure], I sprayed 'handi-foam' on the ceilings and walls in two 1 inch layers, and then hung 9" of fiberglass batting over the foam. Here in Maine we do not see the low temps that they get up in Alaska, but we do normally see -20F every winter.

    Spray-on foam is well worth every penny spent on it.

    :)
     
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  5. BenP

    BenP Monkey+ Site Supporter+

    I need something I can spray (outside) on my concrete roof.
     
  6. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    You might consider neoprene sheets, they have a pretty good R value, and it's additive; you can layer them. The only color I know of is black, but you will want to coat it with a spray on membrane to keep any and all water out. We used white, but it's easy to tint..
     
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  7. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey Site Supporter

    You can spray foam on the concrete and then coat the foam with elastomeric white coating.

    This is a common practice on flat roofs.

    Check with a local experienced foam applicator.
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2018
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