Spray foam insulation finds home in printed houses [Video]
A tech company in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is using the world's largest free-form 3-D printer to make houses. Spray foam is being used to insulate the homes. The material expands and fills in cavities within seconds of application, making it the perfect solution for insulating a home constructed from pre-built infrastructure.
Spray foam's expanding properties also make the insulation ideal for new homes constructed in the old fashioned way – without a 3D printer. Homeowners and builders alike can count on the insulation material to form an airtight interior seal. This seal protects the home from drafts, heat loss and inflated heating and cooling costs.
You can learn more about the versatile benefits of spray foam insulation, as well as locate your nearest Icynene specialist, by visiting Icynene.com.