Ventilating the Job Site

Ventilating the job site during and after spraying is very important for the health and safety of applicators. Proper ventilation can reduce airborne levels of aerosols, mists and vapors generated during spray application and can help protect SPF applicators, helpers and others who may be working in adjacent areas. Thoroughly ventilating a spray area is a mechanical safety protocol that should be looked at before you even put on your respirator.

It is up to you to provide a safe work environment. This tech tip provides information compiled by the Spray Foam Coalition regarding today’s industry guidelines for properly ventilating your job site.(view pdf reference)(complement of: Gaco Western)

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