SUGAR LAND, TEXAS (Jan. 4, 1 p.m. ET) -– SES Foam and Imperial Sugar Co. are introducing SucraSeal, which they claim is an environmentally friendly, open-cell, Class 1 sucrose-based spray foam insulation.
SucraSeal products meet the U.S. Department of Agriculture's BioPreferred program qualifications and their green content has been determined by ASTM D-6886.
The developers say SucraSeal offers an “energy-efficient and sustainable solution for commercial contractors and residential homeowners seeking a greener alternative to petroleum-based insulation products.”
SucraSeal insulation offers high-yield and an R-value of 3.7 per inch, is VOC and formaldehyde free and virtually odorless, according to SES.
“Sucrose is a renewable resource, making it cost-competitive compared to petroleum-based spray foam, said Imperial Sugar CEO John Sheptor. The developers say that even with its sucrose content, SucraSeal has zero food value for rodents or insects.
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