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​​Resources References and Links;

* Test results are reported in "Testing and Adoption of Spray Polyurethane Foam for Wood Frame Building Construction"(May 25,1992) prepared by NAHB Research Center for The Society of the Plastics Industry/Polyurethane Foam Contractors Division.

* Test results are reported in a letter from Bob Dewey, Mechanical Engineer, NAHB Research Center to Mason Knowles, The Society of the Plastics Industry/Spray Polyurethane Foam Division (November 18, 1996)

*Characteristics of Sustainability - Spray Foam Magazine - By Mason Knowles

* Kashiwagi, Dean, 1996 Roofing Contractors/Systems Performance Information.

* Dupuis, Rene M., A Field and Laboratory Assessment of Sprayed Polyurethane Foam-Based Roof Systems, for National Roofing Foundation.

* Cohen, Sam, “Texas A&M’s SPF Roofing Experience,” presentation at Spray Foam 1994.

* Bretz, S., H. Akbari, A. Resenfeld, H. Taha, Implementation of Solar Reflective Surfaces: Materials and Utility Programs, LawrenceBerkeley Laboratory, University of California (Berkeley), June 1992.

* Downey, Patrick, “Energy Efficient Roof Design,” Interface Magazine, May 1995.

* Watts, Mike, “Thermal Conductivity in Mechanically Fastened Roof Systems,” Interface Magazine, May 1996.

* “Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials,” Update, EnvelopeResearchCenter, ORNL, April 1996.

* “Spray Polyurethane Foam Roof Insulation with Protective Coatings for Use in Re-cover Roof Construction and New Construction over Structural Concrete Roof Decks,” Factory Mutual 4470 Test, 1996.

* Fricklas, Richard L., “An Update on Hail and Wind Considerations,” SPFA Newsletter, May 2000.

* “SPF: Tomorrow’s Roof Today,” SPFA Brochure, AY 129.

* “1999 NRCA Market Survey,” Professional Roofing, March 2000.

* Bomberg, M., and M.K. Kumaran, “Building Envelope and Environmental Control,” Construction Practice, 1994.

* Bomberg, M., and J. Lstiburek, “Spray Polyurethane Foam in External Envelopes of Buildings,” 1998.

* Bomberg, M., and R. Alumbaugh, “Factors Affecting the Field Performance of Spray-Applied Thermal Insulating Foams,” presentation at Spray Foam 1993.

* Kosny, Jan, A. Desjarlais, J. Christian, “Whole Wall Rating/ Label for Metal Stud Wall Systems with Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF)—Steady State Thermal Analysis,” Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1998.

* Tenwolde, Anton, “Air Barriers 1,” BETEC Symposium, 1996. •National Association of HomebuildersResearchCenter, “SPF Wall Panel Performance Testing,” 1992 and 1996.

* U.S. Department of Energy, “Atmospheric Chlorine: CFCs and Alternative Fluorocarbon,” Alternative Fluorocarbons Environmental Acceptability Study, 1999.

* U.S. Department of Energy, “Energy and Global Warming Impacts of CFC Alternative Technologies—Executive Summary,” Alternative Fluorocarbons Environmental Acceptability Study, 1999.

* Franklin Associates Ltd., Comparative Energy Evaluation of Plastic Products and Their Alternatives for the Building and Construction and Transportation Industries, Final Report, for The Society of The Plastics Industry, 1991.

*Mason Knowles is the executive director of the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) of the American Plastics Council (APC). He can be reached via e-mail at mason_knowles@plastics.org.

References

* Test results are reported in "Testing and Adoption of Spray Polyurethane Foam for Wood Frame Building Construction"(May 25,1992) prepared by NAHB Research Center for The Society of the Plastics Industry/Polyurethane Foam Contractors Division.

* Test results are reported in a letter from Bob Dewey, Mechanical Engineer, NAHB Research Center to Mason Knowles, The Society of the Plastics Industry/Spray Polyurethane Foam Division (November 18, 1996)

*Characteristics of Sustainability - Spray Foam Magazine - By Mason Knowles

* Kashiwagi, Dean, 1996 Roofing Contractors/Systems Performance Information.

* Dupuis, Rene M., A Field and Laboratory Assessment of Sprayed Polyurethane Foam-Based Roof Systems, for National Roofing Foundation.

* Cohen, Sam, “Texas A&M’s SPF Roofing Experience,” presentation at Spray Foam 1994.

* Bretz, S., H. Akbari, A. Resenfeld, H. Taha, Implementation of Solar Reflective Surfaces: Materials and Utility Programs, LawrenceBerkeley Laboratory, University of California (Berkeley), June 1992.

* Downey, Patrick, “Energy Efficient Roof Design,” Interface Magazine, May 1995.

* Watts, Mike, “Thermal Conductivity in Mechanically Fastened Roof Systems,” Interface Magazine, May 1996.

* “Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials,” Update, EnvelopeResearchCenter, ORNL, April 1996.

* “Spray Polyurethane Foam Roof Insulation with Protective Coatings for Use in Re-cover Roof Construction and New Construction over Structural Concrete Roof Decks,” Factory Mutual 4470 Test, 1996.

* Fricklas, Richard L., “An Update on Hail and Wind Considerations,” SPFA Newsletter, May 2000.

* “SPF: Tomorrow’s Roof Today,” SPFA Brochure, AY 129.

* “1999 NRCA Market Survey,” Professional Roofing, March 2000.

* Bomberg, M., and M.K. Kumaran, “Building Envelope and Environmental Control,” Construction Practice, 1994.

* Bomberg, M., and J. Lstiburek, “Spray Polyurethane Foam in External Envelopes of Buildings,” 1998.

* Bomberg, M., and R. Alumbaugh, “Factors Affecting the Field Performance of Spray-Applied Thermal Insulating Foams,” presentation at Spray Foam 1993.

* Kosny, Jan, A. Desjarlais, J. Christian, “Whole Wall Rating/ Label for Metal Stud Wall Systems with Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF)—Steady State Thermal Analysis,” Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1998.

* Tenwolde, Anton, “Air Barriers 1,” BETEC Symposium, 1996. •National Association of HomebuildersResearchCenter, “SPF Wall Panel Performance Testing,” 1992 and 1996.

* U.S. Department of Energy, “Atmospheric Chlorine: CFCs and Alternative Fluorocarbon,” Alternative Fluorocarbons Environmental Acceptability Study, 1999.

* U.S. Department of Energy, “Energy and Global Warming Impacts of CFC Alternative Technologies—Executive Summary,” Alternative Fluorocarbons Environmental Acceptability Study, 1999.

* Franklin Associates Ltd., Comparative Energy Evaluation of Plastic Products and Their Alternatives for the Building and Construction and Transportation Industries, Final Report, for The Society of The Plastics Industry, 1991.

Mason Knowles is the executive director of the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) of the American Plastics Council (APC). He can be reached via e-mail at mason_knowles@plastics.org.

References

* Test results are reported in "Testing and Adoption of Spray Polyurethane Foam for Wood Frame Building Construction"(May 25,1992) prepared by NAHB Research Center for The Society of the Plastics Industry/Polyurethane Foam Contractors Division.

* Test results are reported in a letter from Bob Dewey, Mechanical Engineer, NAHB Research Center to Mason Knowles, The Society of the Plastics Industry/Spray Polyurethane Foam Division (November 18, 1996)

*Characteristics of Sustainability - Spray Foam Magazine - By Mason Knowles

* Kashiwagi, Dean, 1996 Roofing Contractors/Systems Performance Information.

* Dupuis, Rene M., A Field and Laboratory Assessment of Sprayed Polyurethane Foam-Based Roof Systems, for National Roofing Foundation.

* Cohen, Sam, “Texas A&M’s SPF Roofing Experience,” presentation at Spray Foam 1994.

* Bretz, S., H. Akbari, A. Resenfeld, H. Taha, Implementation of Solar Reflective Surfaces: Materials and Utility Programs, LawrenceBerkeley Laboratory, University of California (Berkeley), June 1992.

* Downey, Patrick, “Energy Efficient Roof Design,” Interface Magazine, May 1995.

* Watts, Mike, “Thermal Conductivity in Mechanically Fastened Roof Systems,” Interface Magazine, May 1996.

* “Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials,” Update, EnvelopeResearchCenter, ORNL, April 1996.

* “Spray Polyurethane Foam Roof Insulation with Protective Coatings for Use in Re-cover Roof Construction and New Construction over Structural Concrete Roof Decks,” Factory Mutual 4470 Test, 1996.

* Fricklas, Richard L., “An Update on Hail and Wind Considerations,” SPFA Newsletter, May 2000.

* “SPF: Tomorrow’s Roof Today,” SPFA Brochure, AY 129.

* “1999 NRCA Market Survey,” Professional Roofing, March 2000.

* Bomberg, M., and M.K. Kumaran, “Building Envelope and Environmental Control,” Construction Practice, 1994.

* Bomberg, M., and J. Lstiburek, “Spray Polyurethane Foam in External Envelopes of Buildings,” 1998.

* Bomberg, M., and R. Alumbaugh, “Factors Affecting the Field Performance of Spray-Applied Thermal Insulating Foams,” presentation at Spray Foam 1993.

* Kosny, Jan, A. Desjarlais, J. Christian, “Whole Wall Rating/ Label for Metal Stud Wall Systems with Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF)—Steady State Thermal Analysis,” Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1998.

* Tenwolde, Anton, “Air Barriers 1,” BETEC Symposium, 1996. •National Association of HomebuildersResearchCenter, “SPF Wall Panel Performance Testing,” 1992 and 1996.

* U.S. Department of Energy, “Atmospheric Chlorine: CFCs and Alternative Fluorocarbon,” Alternative Fluorocarbons Environmental Acceptability Study, 1999.

* U.S. Department of Energy, “Energy and Global Warming Impacts of CFC Alternative Technologies—Executive Summary,” Alternative Fluorocarbons Environmental Acceptability Study, 1999.

* Franklin Associates Ltd., Comparative Energy Evaluation of Plastic Products and Their Alternatives for the Building and Construction and Transportation Industries, Final Report, for The Society of The Plastics Industry, 1991.

* Mason Knowles is the executive director of the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) of the American Plastics Council (APC). He can be reached via e-mail at mason_knowles@plastics.org.

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