You want your spray form insulation to be installed properly and to last as long as possible. For this to happen, it must stick well where it is being applied. However, the application process can be a difficult one if the weather condition is not factored in properly. To avoid any glitches in the application of spray form insulation, the following conditions should be considered.
The effects of heavy winds are detrimental. Wind can cause the sprayers to over-apply the foam. In turn, the result is a shoddy exterior application with one area having too much foam while another area cannot stick properly due to less foam. To avoid the effects of winds during the application process, windscreens can be introduced in the scene. This helps in maintaining perfect level spray without tampering or reducing the yield.
Any form of water on the material’s surface (whether from condensed air or from rain) will cause disruption in the spray form insulation. If you want to ensure that the insulation is effective, you want to try out spraying a small area to test whether or not the surface has moisture. Leave it for a few minutes and if it sticks properly, you know it is ready for application. Otherwise, your insulation will not stick appropriately.
When it is too hot, the temperatures are high and can cause the material to expand to due to the heat it has absorbed. When it is too cold, chances are that the material will store in a lot of moisture, which will make the application process ineffective. As such, you want to make sure that the temperature is just perfect for the application to be successful. It is also good to note that too much wind causes the temperature to adjust inaptly.
For effective application of spray form insulation, make sure that the weather conditions are appropriate. To get more detailed information visit sprayfoaminsulationco.uk Demilec UK website.