Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

Adherence of the insulation in the filling of an air gap

The filling of the air gap of a wall is one of the techniques that can be carried out with polyurethane, as it adheres as required to the walls of the gap, something that cannot be achieved with other insufflated insulating materials such as cellulose, mineral wool...

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What are air barriers?

Controlling heat and moisture flows, air currents, solar radiation and other types of radiations will allow us to control the interactions between the constructive elements of the building, its users and its surroundings.

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Floor insulation

Floors are usually forgotten when it comes to applying thermal insulation techniques, since the isolation of facades and roofs of buildings seems more important. However, a large part of the loss of energy in buildings (up to 20%) occurs through floors, so the use...

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Airtight insulation

Why is projected polyurethane more and more used in countries with the highest air tightness requirements in enclosures? The answer is clear and concise: it guarantees an airtight insulation without extra components with up to 50% more efficiency than other...

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Waterproof ventilated facades

Ventilated facades are a constructive solution widely used both in new construction and in the renovation of existing buildings. In order to comply with all the requirements expected by the final users and demanded by all building technical regulations, ventilated...

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The filling of the air gap

In previous articles, we have discussed the role of polyurethane systems not only as insulators, but also as stabilizers. In the article on renovation of metal roofs, we stressed the importance of the structural role that polyurethane acquires in the renovation of...

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Phono Spray I-905

Injection moulded polyurethane insulation for facades: Phono Spray I-905

Injected polyurethane is an ideal material for thermo-acoustic renovations of façades and dividing walls between dwellings, since it does not require large machinery for its installation and it is not necessary to demolish constructive elements.

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