The Low-Pressure SPF Chemical Health and Safety Training provides information for weatherization professionals, applicators or helpers who work with one-component SPF or two-component, low-pressure SPF kits for sealing and insulating. Low-pressure SPF kits and insulating foam sealant, also called "foam in a can," are often used by weatherization and insulation professionals for their excellent heat resistance and air-sealing properties. CPI recommends that building and home owners consider a trained professional contractor to apply two-component, low-pressure SPF.
This training provides information for weatherization professionals, applicators or helpers who work with one component SPF or two component low-pressure SPF kits/systems for air sealing/insulating. This training is approved for 2.5 Building Performance Institute (BPI) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and 2.0 RCI, Inc. Continuing Education Hours (CEHs).
Whether you’re a homeowner hiring someone to install spray polyurethane foam (SPF) for you, a do-it-yourselfer, an SPF contractor, builder or weatherization professional, this site will give you the facts about SPF and important safety guidelines that should be followed during application.