Tasman Industries has been providing sprayed polyurethane foam insulation to the container industry for decades but the last ten years has seen a shift in the usage of these versatile products. In the old days shipping containers were only used for storage or as cheap farm buildings.
Now we see them being used as construction site offices, custom housing, commercial buildings, bridges, equipment enclosures and all types of other new uses.
We provide polyurethane foam insulation and coatings to either insulate these buildings or to provide condensation control. Our local climate dictates that ISO containers require a thin coating of foam insulation on the ceiling to eliminate the condensation of water vapour.
Containers without the ceiling foamed will appear to rain inside especially during the spring and fall. This thin coating of polyurethane foam is actually quite inexpensive and allows a standard shipping container to provide quality dry storage.