Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

Injected polyurethane insulation for façades: Phono Spray I-905

Injected polyurethane is an ideal material for thermoacoustic 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. When injecting polyurethane into the air gap, it expands completely adapting itself to its shape and elements, adhering perfectly without slipping or settling.

Synthesia Internacional's Phono Spray I-905 is an injected polyurethane system suitable for improving the thermo-acoustic insulation of buildings, thus complying with current noise protection regulations.

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The PhonoSpray I-905 polyurethane system

Phono Spray I-905 is a two-component thermo-acoustic polyurethane system: polyol and isocyanate, which contains no foaming agents that may damage the ozone layer. The system is applied by casting, through in situ injection, obtaining thus rigid low-density open cell foams with good acoustic absorption properties. The application of Phono Spray I-905 in a given construction solution improves the overall sound insulation of that solution.

There are many advantages of its use, such as

  • Suppression of thermal bridges.
  • Good adhesion to the substrate.
  • Ease of mobility, not having to transport or store bulky products as in the case of other insulation materials.

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Application of the Phono Spray I-905 system

This system is applied by casting with high pressure equipment, equipped with heating, with a mixing ratio of 1:1 in volume. Its main application is the improvement of thermal-acoustic insulation against airborne noise in enclosures of buildings under renovation works, both in partitions between neighbours and exterior façades.

The recommended temperature in hoses is 30ºC to 50ºC depending on environmental conditions and the minimum recommended temperature of the substrate during injection is 5ºC.

The adhesion of the Phono Spray I-905 system is excellent with all the materials used in construction (concrete, ceramics, laminated gypsum, wood, etc.) provided they are clean, dry and free of dust and grease.

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I-905 Phono Spray Tests

Sound absorption tests

Sound absorption of the Phono Spray I-905 has been determined at different frequencies in reverberant chamber according to the UNE-EN 20354:1993 standard. The results obtained, as well as the sound absorption values of closed-cell polyurethane foam for thermal insulation, are as follows:

Frequency (Hz)

Acoustical absorption capacity

UNE-EN 20354:1993

 Phono Spray I-905

PU closed cell



















NRC (noise transmission reduction coefficient)




Sound insulation tests

Noise insulation tests have been carried out on the airborne sound insulation of the Phono Spray I-905 in accordance with UNE EN ISO 140-3:1995 standard on typical vertical walls in the renovation of wet partitioning as well as on new laminated gypsum partitions. 

Wet partitioning in renovation

Noise reduction rate UNE-EN ISO 140-3:1995

Ra (dBA)


LP ½ foot + Phono Spray I-905 (100 mm) + LHS5




Laminated Gypsum partition wallboard

 Noise reduction rate UNE-EN ISO 140-3:1995

Ra (dBA) 

Rw (dB) 

PYL15 + Phono Spray I-905 (46mm) + PYL15




The following video shows the application of the Phono Spray I-905, an optimal solution for the insulation of façades and dividing walls:




Do you want to learn more about the technical features of our thermoacoustic insulation solutions, including Phono Spray I-905? Download the document below or contact us to receive further information:

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