Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

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 use an insulating material that guarantees thermal...

Read more

Air tightness in passive houses: closed-cell projected polyurethane 

One of the main technical criteria of a passive house involves ensuring the air tightness of the enclosures that form the envelope.

Imperfections in the building envelope, in the form of holes or cracks, can cause a large number of problems, particularly during the...

Read more

Why should air infiltrations into buildings be avoided?

The new energy performance requirements for buildings, the current move towards sustainable buildings and the energy-saving expectations of homeowners and building owners highlight the importance of establishing barrier systems to air infiltration in buildings,...

Read more

Insulation with polyurethane systems: an ally of energy efficiency

The reduction of energy consumption in buildings is becoming more and more important. With the great demands of energy that we have today, this is presented as a finite element. In addition, the production of energy in such quantities, generates most of the...

Read more
1

FEATURED POST

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.

Read more

MOST VIEWED ARTICLES

UTECH-Europe-Logo.jpg

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR BLOG

Everything about radon gas
Thermoacoustic insulation solutions