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MDI (polyisocyanurate) and recommended safety considerations will be covered as they relate to a home weatherization upgrade.
MDI emissions were collected during an actual application of low pressure spray polyurethane foam (SPF) in a residential home. Subsequently, personal protective equipment (PPE) and ventilation recommendations will be discussed.
- Learn the basics of MDI use in low pressure spray polyurethane foam
- Understand general safety concernswith MDI as they relate to the EPA CAP
- Know exposure limitsof MDI as set forth by various agencies
- Become familiar with a testing protocolfor measuring MDI emissions in a real-world applications
- Receive PPE & Ventilation BEST PRACTICESrecommendations based on the results of the case study
Who Should Attend?
Companies involved in the manufacture or end use of uncured MDI-containing products in applications where members of the public can be exposed.
Sandy Gump, Product Compliance Manager, Fomo Products, Inc.