Projects

Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems, Inc. has been a major supplier for projects in various locations across the country including Wisconsin, Illinois, Connecticut, Texas, Pennsylvania, Kansas, Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Virginia, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Colorado, as well as parts of Canada.  Click on the thumbnails below to view a case history of some of the high-profile projects we are proud to have been a part of:

 

OGS Daycare Center Projectogs-project-pic

 

Rochester Int’l Airport Metal Roof Restoration Projectairport-project

 

Just A Touch Of Siliconesilicone-project

 

Cold Brewcold-brew-project-pic

 

Kalir Farms Projectkalir-project-pic

 

Revitalized Apple Cold Storage Projectapple-cold-storage-pic

 

Colorado Projectcoors-project-pic

 

Jacksonville Beach Plaza projectjacksonville-4

 

H.A. Maier Farms Projectmaier-farm-project-pic

 

Public Service Enterprise Group Projectpse-project-pic

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KEEP IT DRY AND KEEP IT COOL!

Holley Cold Storage contacted Whited Foam & Coatings in upstate New York to resolve their aging and leaking roof system over a section of the facility’s freezer rooms. The owner specified to Whited that he wanted to add insulation to the existing roof surface in the amount of six inches of a 3 lb. sprayed-in-place Polyurethane Foam Roofing System with Oak Ridge’s OR80SLM Pure Polyurea coating.  The entire designated roof areas were cleaned of loose surface contaminants and primed before applying the foam and coating system.

Keeping it uniform while maintaining a positive slope to drain is no easy feat when applying six inches of spray foam.  Whited Foam & Coatings provided the specified system as requested and when completed, the roof surfaces were sampled to verify compliance with the required 50 dry mils of the applied coating. When installing the Spray Foam, the thicknesses were verified by using a foam probe.

Due to the amount of Spray Foam applied and weather conditions experienced during the installation, only predetermined roof sections could be foamed and coated the same day.  All in all, the project required 22 sets of the 3 lb. spray foam and four sets of the Polyurea coating.  At the sections completed, the tie-in areas were treated using OR811PR in order to enhance a superior cohesive bond to the previously installed foam and coatings.

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