Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

What is the thermal conductivity of polyurethane?

Thermal conductivity is a physical property that appears in any material, including polyurethane, and it measures the heat conduction capacity through it, or in other words, the transport of heat energy through a body. This energy movement is produced by the...

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Thermoacoustic insulation of polyurethane: characteristics and applications

Polyurethane systems are one of the most used insulating materials in construction, not only for their good thermal behaviour, but also for their acoustic properties. The insulation barrier formed by polyurethane is able to control the sound waves that are annoying...

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Polyurethane moisture control: how to avoid condensation

Control of indoor air humidity is key to the healthiness of buildings. Although, at first glance, we can not perceive the amount of water vapour that is present in the environment, on average, a person perspires between 3 and 5 litres of water vapour per day. We...

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Improving the insulation of a building by injecting polyurethane in air chambers

Improving the insulation of a building by injecting polyurethane in air chambers

When facing the challenge of restoring a house or a building, owners consider it as spending money that will not be recovered and professionals a challenge due to, among other aspects, the great diversity of insulating materials that exist in the market.

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