Virtual Meeting via Zoom
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This presentation will focus on adhesive low rise foams and polyisocyanurate facer types. Low rise adhesive foams have replaced asphalt as the go-to adhesive for the roofing industry. These foam adhesives have advantages and disadvantages. Knowing these advantages and disadvantages and being able to recognize potential issues early in the design phase or early in construction can save a project from failure and or litigation. In another portion of the presentation attendees will be shown the different types of facers used in polyisocyanurate production, and the literal strengths and weaknesses of each in roofing designs.
- Differentiate the different application methods for low rise foam adhesives
- Have a basic understanding of the chemical principals of these foams
- Know the benefits and risks of using low rise foams
- Understand the most common polyisocyanurate facers in production and their design advantages
Dr. Matt Dupuis has a Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Doctorate in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin. With the exception of time utilized to serve in the United Sates Army, he has spent the past four decades working in the Roofing Industry. Currently Dr. Dupuis currently is the President of SRI Consultants in Waunakee, WI. He is a licensed engineer in Texas, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.
VIRTUAL MEETING REGISTRATION & LOGIN INFORMATION:
For BEC Chicago members, an invite with REGISTRATION LINK will be sent out approximately 7 to 10 days in advance of event. After registration, a confirmation email with LOGIN INFORMATION with be sent for the virtual meeting that will be hosted through ZOOM. For non-BEC Chicago members interested in attending, you may contact Jeff Diqui at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an invite. The invitation will include a REGISTRATION LINK.
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