Spray Foam Roofing Systems

At Profoam, we have been at the forefront of the spray foam business for many years, assisting roofing contractors in getting started in this thriving industry. We understand the unique challenges and opportunities that come with spray foam roofing systems. Here, we will delve into the benefits of using spray foam on roofs and explore the two types of spray foam roofing systems that Profoam offers.

Benefits of Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing systems offer a range of benefits that make them an attractive choice for commercial roofs. Here are some key advantages:

1. Monolithic and Leak-Free: SPF roofs provide a seamless, monolithic membrane that eliminates the risk of leaks and ensures superior waterproofing.

2. Energy Efficiency: The continuous thermal insulation properties of SPF help to minimize heat transfer, reducing energy consumption and lowering utility bills.

3. Seamless Application: Spray foam can be applied to any roof shape or size, creating a tight seal around penetrations and irregularities, resulting in improved durability and water resistance.

4. Durability: SPF roofs are highly durable and capable of withstanding extreme weather conditions, including strong winds, hail, and UV radiation.

5. Sustainability: By reducing energy consumption, SPF roofing systems contribute to a greener environment and help meet sustainability goals.

Two Types of Spray Foam Roofing Systems at Profoam

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing systems offered by Profoam are some of the highest-performing commercial roof membranes available. These systems provide a range of benefits and are designed to save energy and reduce utility bills. These systems are:

ProZONE 365: High-Insulating Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing System

ProZONE 365 is a top-of-the-line spray polyurethane foam system designed for use as a self-adhering, seamless, and high-insulating roofing system. It is a two-component system that uses HFC-365/227 blowing agents and is based on PMDI. This advanced system offers exceptional thermal insulation and can be sprayed at a density of 2.8 pounds per cubic foot (pcf), depending on the desired lift thickness.

One of the key advantages of ProZONE 365 is its versatility. It is available at multiple speeds, making it suitable for use in varying temperature conditions. Whether you're working in hot or cold climates, ProZONE 365 has you covered.

ProZONE 245: Seamless and High-Insulating Roofing System

ProZONE 245 is another top-quality spray polyurethane foam system offered by Profoam. It is designed to be used as a self-adhering, seamless, and high-insulating roofing system. Similar to ProZONE 365, ProZONE 245 is a two-component system based on PMDI, but it utilizes HFC-245fa blowing agents.

This system, like ProZONE 365, is available at multiple speeds to accommodate different temperature conditions. It can be sprayed at a density of 2.8 pcf, depending on the desired lift thickness. ProZONE 245 can be seamlessly integrated into applications of the ProZONE roofing systems.

Your Partner in Spray Foam Roofing

Choosing Profoam as your partner in the spray foam roofing business means gaining access to not only a wide range of high-quality spray foam supplies but also guidance and support throughout your journey. Our expertise and comprehensive product offerings ensure that you have everything you need to succeed in this growing industry.

With Profoam, you can confidently offer your clients the benefits of spray foam roofing systems, from long-lasting durability to exceptional energy efficiency. Let us help you elevate your roofing projects and achieve greater success.

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