Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

Reaction to fire in final use condition. Comparison of constructive solutions of polyurethane (PU) and mineral wool (MW)

ANPE has conducted a study on the fire performance of different constructive solutions in final use condition.

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Fire safety of polyurethane systems

Polyurethane, like all polymers, is an organic material and therefore combustible. However, there are polyurethane foams classified from C, s3-d0 to E, which must be applied according to the risk to which they will be exposed and in accordance with the requirements...

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Quality control of polyurethane, what does it have to comply with?

Being a material applied in situ, polyurethane presents a great versatility and countless advantages in their application. The quality of projected and injected polyurethane is standardized by the European Standards UNE-EN 14315 and UNE-EN 14318, being mandatory...

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Fire response of polyurethane: false myths

Polyurethane systems surround our daily lives, however, we still hear some voices that call into question the response of polyurethane in case of fire. Next, we will make a collection of data and scientific studies that dismantle those false myths surrounding the...

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Reaction to fire of deck roofs with polyurethane insulation

One of the main mistakes made when evaluating the reaction to fire of building materials is to consider them individually without obtaining an overall perspective of the structure. As it has been shown in different studies, such as the one carried out by ANPE and PU...

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Polyurethane systems: a safe insulation against fire

Polyurethane systems, in all their applications (projected, injected or in panels), have a good behaviour against fire. However, the reaction against fire of the constructive solution will depend, among other factors, on the coating material to be applied.

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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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