Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

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,...

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Fire resistant polyurethane insulation Polyuretan Spray RF-351-C

Polyurethane systems are fire-safe and need to be classified according to their end-use application. This allows us to have true information and as close as possible to their real behaviour in case of fire. The end-use application takes into account joints, fixings,...

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Climatic conditions that must be taken into account when applying polyurethane

Rigid polyurethane foam is a rotproof, mildew and detritus resistant, odourless and impure substance as well as a chemically neutral product. It is also resistant to the commonly used materials in construction and biochemically inert. It also shows great resistance...

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Disadvantages of discontinuity in polyurethane application

Discontinuity in the application of polyurethane can seriously result in heating and cooling energy losses. That is why, during the processes of application of this insulating material, it is necessary to respect the order of execution. Otherwise, we could generate...

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Polyurethane systems with excellent reaction to fire | Synthesia Technology

Polyurethane systems with an excellent reaction to fire are a totally safe insulation system for buildings, both structurally speaking and for the safety of their occupants. The different tests conducted on polyurethane's safety in case of fire dismantle the false...

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Appropriate proportions in the mixture of polyurethane components

In other articles, we have already analyzed how polyurethane is formed and used as an insulation system or to manufacture some parts, among other applications. The mixture of the two components, polyol and isocyanate, which are liquids at room temperature, produces...

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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. 

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