Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

Acoustic insulation of floors

In order to achieve a maximal degree of comfort inside a building, the sound waves surrounding the building must be controlled. Moreover, internal compartmentalization elements such as floors shouldn't be forgotten.

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Insulation for slabs between floors

Over time, slabs insulation deteriorates and loses its thermal and acoustic qualities. In the case of old buildings, it is common that this insulation does not even exist. Polyurethane systems are an optimal material for insulating slabs, both for the rehabilitation...

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Airtightness in nearly zero-energy buildings and the Passive House standard

Airtightness is an important requirement for energy-efficient buildings, but it’s not the only requirement. An optimal insulation together with airtightness allows to comply with the passive house standard. Why not to use an insulating material that guarantees...

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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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Floors insulation

Floors are usually forgotten when it comes to applying thermal insulation techniques, since the insulation of façades 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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Polyurethane system for roof waterproofing with ETA

Urespray P-500 is a polyurethane elastomer used to waterproof and protect all types of surfaces. This system has received the European Technical Assessment (ETA Nº 16/0153).

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