Created in 2005, the Ag-tite sealants program was designed to accommodate farmers who want to increase their poultry house air sealing capacity. Many projects later, real results prove that the Patented AireBarrier Black Spray Sealant can significantly reduce the cost of performing energy retrofits on poultry farms. This spray sealant is a high density polyurethane two component air barrier that helps to tighten up old broiler houses or any other agricultural building, quickly and economically. Developed by Sealant Technologies, Inc, this unique agricultural spray foam is also tough, durable and has tremendous adhesion so when it is applied through a portable spray foam machine, it can stick to almost any surface including concrete, wood, metals and plastics.
The Ag-tite platform has been used in thousands of broiler houses since 2005. Many of the projects that have been sprayed over those years are still in place, saving those farmers significant energy over the life of the broiler house. Ag-tite can put together a program for your complex which will significantly pay for itself in a very short period of time.
The Ag-tite platform can also offer an air tight agricultural spray sealant for pullet barns because it creates continuity on the walls with a hard shell finish which will adhere to almost any surface. In many cases old walls built from plywood or OSB need a bioseal that can be cleaned. This can greatly reduce any samonella that could be found on the walls due to the moisture that can build up on old wood. This particular pullet house was sprayed in one day applying the Ag-tite Spray Sealants through the Spray Pod 2.0.
Turkey farming is changing. For many farmers who have been growing for years, they are finding that while their turkey barns are structurally sound, their buildings themselves are energy obsolete. But what if you want to continue to grow turkeys for another 5 - 10 years? The answer is to tighten them up with the Ag-tite air barrier program. For turkey retrofit projects, this poultry house air barrier will stop air and moisture from coming into the barn. It is the barnseal that will give the farmer the energy efficiency that they are looking for.