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NASA Uses Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation

Posted by Rick Northover on December 18 2014 (Energy Saving, Insulation)

 NASA incorporated  spray polyurethane foam insulation within the Orion spacecraft.

The spacecraft was successfully launched Dec. 5, the first such takeoff since the Space Shuttle program ended. The foam insulation is used on the second-stage liquid fuel tanks of all NASA spacecraft.

The manufacturer has served as a supplier to NASA for 30 years.

The company said the spacecraft, which was unmanned, went 3,600 miles into space at speeds of up to 20,000 mph and experienced temperatures of up to 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit upon re-entry.

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Written by Rick Northover

Rick Northover is one of the founders of Sprayseal Roof Insulation, which was founded in 1988. When he is not helping domestic and commercial companies in reducing their heating costs, he can be found either watching football or playing golf.

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