Today we are very pleased and excited to announce the recent launch of our brand new Versi-Foam website. The new site highlights each product in the Versi-Foam line and makes product information easier to find and understand.
Richard Heitzer founded Versi-Foam in 1981 after he developed the patented U-Control dispenser. The dispenser allows you to regulate the quantity and rate of spray foam insulation being dispensed. Today Versi-Foam is used in dozens of applications including residential and commercial construction, marine flotation, movie props, cold storage, and vehicle insulation.
Here are few things to check out on the new website:
We invite you to explore the entire Versi-Foam website. We believe you will find it easier to navigate, easier to understand, and easier to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Among spray foam insulation products, Versi-Foam is the easiest to use, the fastest to apply, and the most portable solution. You don’t need an outside source of pressure or power. In addition, the patented dispensing gun is able to seal awkward spaces quickly and easily. These features reduce the amount of time it takes to complete an insulation job.
Every business that wants to stay in business must make a profit. Once you’ve been awarded a job, it’s important to complete the work cost effectively so that you can earn a profit. Accordingly, Versi-Foam helps you by reducing the cost of labor and the cost of unproductive downtime with our simple 5-step application process.
To apply Versi-Foam spray:
Whether you’re working on a large construction build or a smaller home project, applying Versi-Foam is just as easy as that.
Versi-Foam spray foam insulation kits are the most dependable solution for money-saving residential and commercial insulation projects. Labor is the highest cost of any project. Using Veris-Foam spray insulation will increase the productivity of your workers and your bottom line.
The United States Department of Transportation has a new shipping classification for the Versi-Foam low-pressure spray polyurethane foam systems. The prior product description fell under: UN1956 Compressed Gas, N.O.S. (Fluorinated Hydrocarbon, Nitrogen). The new product classification for shipping by all modes of transportation (road, air, and vessel) will be as follows: UN3500 Chemical Under Pressure, N.O.S. (Fluorinated Hydrocarbon, Nitrogen).
It’s that time of year again – when cooler temperatures can affect the performance of your Versi-Foam® System. To ensure the peak performance of your Versi-Foam® System and quality foam production, here are a few helpful tips:
Never store Versi-Foam® products in temperatures lower than 40°F (5°C). Storing at these temperatures may cause the chemicals to freeze. If the “A” component freezes, it will crystallize, creating blockages in the dispenser. Once this occurs, it cannot be fixed.
Always warm the chemicals to a temperature between 65°F to 90°F(18°C to 32°C) before using. Refer to the temperature sensing strip to be sure it is well within the green zone. During application, continue to monitor the temperature strip. If it begins to move toward the blue zone, warm the chemicals again. Cooler chemicals will result in foam that is “A” rich, which will be darker in color and have a crunchy surface.
Bring your Versi-Foam kits into a warm/conditioned space for at least 24 hours prior to using. After warming the chemicals, be sure to shake the tanks well to ensure a uniform temperature throughout.
Always warm the surface onto which you are applying the foam to a temperature between 65°F to 90°F (18°C to 32°C). Colder surface temperatures may result in adhesion problems and reduced yields.