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Heatlok Soya HFO spray foam insulation tours Canada with Huntsman

November 22, 2020
By Anthony Capkun
Photo of the HBS spray rig as it kicked off the roadshow on Vancouver Island. Instead of the 100+ attendee events originally planned, the crew is visiting individual customers while following the physical distancing guidelines issued by each jurisdiction.

November 22, 2020 – Huntsman Building Solutions is doing a coast-to-coast Canadian roadshow to introduce its new Heatlok Soya HFO (hydrofluoroolefin) spray foam insulation product.

The closed-cell insulation product leverages Honeywell’s latest Solstice liquid blowing agent technology, which promises zero-ozone depletion potential (ODP) and a global warming potential (GWP) of 1. It also boasts an R-value R-6/inch.

The roadshow is an opportunity for insulation contractors and applicators to try out the HFO-based product in advance of the hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) ban coming into effect this January 1, 2021.

Huntsman says Heatlok Soya HFO has a range of advantages over its predecessors, including better airtight building envelopes, stronger structural support, moisture control and higher energy cost savings. It has also been tested as “an exceptional air barrier, vapour retardant, water barrier, thermal insulator and flood resistant”.


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2 Comments » for Heatlok Soya HFO spray foam insulation tours Canada with Huntsman
  1. Lorne Jacobs says:

    Interested in finding out more about the insulation, how it’s applied and the cost for am attic of 2000 ft

  2. Glen Gardner says:


    Interested in this product for my business. Please may you contact me so i may discuss pricing. Thanks

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