DEMILEC (USA) LLC®'S SEALECTION Agribalance® is the insulation-of-choice for the Water House Project
Posted By DEMILEC
Arlington, TX, June 30, 2011– DEMILEC (USA) LLC.’s SEALECTION Agribalance open-cell spray foam
insulation has been selected as the insulation-of-choice for the Water
House. The Water House is a sustainable demonstration house built to show
case water conservation practices and local green building innovations
in Portland, Oregon.
SEALECTIONAgribalance spray foam insulation was selected for use in the Water
House because of its extreme energy efficient properties.
SEALECTION Agribalance contains more than 10% renewable agricultural-based
materials (refined vegetable oils) in the resin and contains no ozone-depleting
chemicals, CFCs, HCFCs, fibers, formaldehyde or asbestos SEALECTION Agribalance
was installed by Western Spray Foam in the Portland area.
For more information on product application, please contact Western Spray Foam at
www.westernsprayfoam.com or by phone at (503) 661-3645.
The Water House is an Earth Advantage®-certified Platinum level and
Energy Star®-certified house, plus energy performance features are
found from the slab insulation to the Ecoasis solar reflective roof shingles.
Throughout the yearlong showcase, the Water House will also be measured
for efficiency with an Energy Performance score through the Energy Trust
of Oregon – like a mile-per gallon (MPG) carbon rating for the home.
For more information on the Water House, please visit
“We happily participate in these kind of projects because they give
consumers an important education about the types of designs and materials
they can use to make their homes more energy efficient,” said Dave
Lall, chief executive officer (CEO) of DEMILEC (USA) LLC.®. “In
the long run, consumers and builders will develop a better understanding
of the outstanding value that spray foam insulation offers and why our
products are industry leaders.”