Spray Foam Insulation at Craftsmen Industries in St. Charles, MO

Spray Foam Insulation at Craftsmen Industries in St. Charles, MO

Foam Engineers takes on all kinds of projects. We have worked with Craftsmen Industries on several occasions. To ensure top of the line insulation and quality performance, they choose Foam Engineers for the job. 

On this particular occasion, Foam Engineers worked on the insulation for a flight simulator Craftsmen was building for Boeing. Both open and closed cell spray foam insulation were selected for this job. The open cell foam was a low density, 1/2 lb foam. This is the most common foam used for homes and regular commercial projects. It was sprayed into the hollow metal tubing and supports. Not only does it add insulation – it seals off all air leaks and gaps. The closed cell foam was a higher density. This was 3 lb foam which is commonly used for roofing. It was applied to the underfloor of the simulator.

Exterior view of the flight simulator project at Craftsmen Industries

Open cell spray foam insulation is applied to the interior of various columns, beams, and supports

Foam Engineers applies spray foam insulation to the underfloor of a flight simulator

Spray Foam insulation seals all air leaks and gaps