Spray Foam Insulation
Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems, Inc. manufactures a wide variety of expandable polyurethane spray foam insulation products for many uses. Foams can be broken down in two ways. The first is related to how the foam expands. We provide both water blown and gas blown foam, which relates to what chemical is used to make the foam expand. Water blown foam obviously uses water vapor to provide the expanding function while gas blown foam uses a gas made in the chemical reaction between the A & B components to provide the lift.
Oak Ridge Foam & Coatings Systems, Inc. features a variety of Polyurea coatings and other specialized primers, epoxies, silicones and urethanes. These coatings can be tailored to your specific needs and can be developed in a number of colors, formulations and physical properties.
Spray Foam Roof Systems have a rigid and durable surface that you can walk on. A thick (typically 1.5″ thick) closed-cell polyurethane waterproofing barrier seals the roof against leaks. Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is the only roofing material that has no seams.
FLAK JACKET BED LINER
Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems Inc. Flak Jacket is the most advanced spray-on truck bed liner on the market. Our Flak Jacket is a polyurea blend bed liner that is extremely durable, corrosion resistant, and environmentally safe. Flak Jacket bonds permanently, conforming to every contour of your truck bed with a textured, skid-resistant surface for long lasting protection and a factory installed appearance.
Poly-jacking uses high density Polyurethane Foam injected into under-slab voids to raise concrete to its proper level. This process provides Stability to the restored slab system. This permanent concrete leveling method is 75% cheaper than removing and replacing existing concrete. Poly Jacking is 80% faster than other repair methods. The lifting foam cures in less than fifteen minutes meaning your project can be completed in hours versus the days or weeks that other methods take. This method is precise to within 10/1000 of an inch. Other methods could result in a shrinkage factor. Polyurethane foam never shrinks.