Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

Protection against radon gas in buildings: governing regulations

There are different regulations establishing the measures to guarantee health and safety inside a building. Usually, protection against radon has its own section.

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How does radon get into a building?

From the point of view of healthy buildings, we are developing some articles about radon to see how this gas can be dangerous for our health if it is accumulated inside buildings. But, once we have identified where we are exposed to radon gas, it is essential to...

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Polyurethane provides comfort, safety and savings in car seats

Seats are required to offer more than ergonomics and cushioning. The seats manufactured from flexible moulded polyurethane foam cover these basic needs and also provide comfort, passive safety and fuel economy.

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Ergonomic furniture with polyurethane integral skin

The semi-rigid integral skin polyurethane foams are used in various sectors, with multiple applications, due to their versatility.

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Where are we exposed to radon gas?

Radon gas is toxic, and therefore it can pose serious health risks. Outdoor it is diluted, but inside buildings it accumulates. Where are we most exposed to this gas?

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Radon and its effects on health

Making buildings healthy is one of the building sector’s current goals. Radon gas can have a significant effect on an area’s residents and users, so controlling it is essential. What effect does radon gas have on our health?

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Polyurethane system for roof waterproofing with ETA

Urespray P-500 is a polyurethane elastomer used to waterproof and protect all types of surfaces. This system has received the European Technical Assessment (ETA Nº 16/0153).

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