Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

Polyurethane systems for floors insulation

As we explained in a previous article, Synthesia International has obtained the British Board Agrément (BBA) certificate for polyurethane insulation systems. Previously we gave you details about the thermal insulation for roofs, and now we go deeper...

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Insulation project in the Château de Bourscheid in Luxembourg

The insulation project at the historic Château de Bourscheid in Luxembourg required a very modern solution for insulating the floor and had to comply with strict environmental regulations in place in Luxembourg.

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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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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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Projected polyurethane insulation for floors: Phono Spray S-907

Floor slabs are elements to be taken into account in acoustic solutions, as a room is usually delimited by two of them: the upper and the lower one. Projected polyurethane systems are an optimal material to insulate slabs against airborne or impact noise, both in...

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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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