Polyurethane Systems for building and industry

The reaction to fire of polyurethane foam

Polyurethane foam is a material obtained by mixing two components, polyol and isocyanate. The chemical reaction that takes place results in a solid, highly resistant and stable foam that can be manufactured in two ways. Thus, by projection, the two components are ...

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Is polyurethane safe in case of fire?

We started a series of myths about polyurethane by talking about its behavior in the face of fire.

Polyurethane systems are present in our lives in dozens of forms. However, there are still those who question the fire behaviour of this insulating material.

Below, we...

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Polyurethane systems with excellent reaction to fire

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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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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Polyurethane systems: a safe insulation in case of fire

Polyurethane systems, either sprayed, injected or in panels, have a great performance in case of fire. However, the reaction against fire of the constructive solution will depend, among other factors, on the coating material applied.

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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 an overall perspective of the structure.

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Filling boats with polyurethane foam: buoyancy and insulation

Like thermal tanks, boats also benefit from the advantages of using polyurethane as a large cavity filler. In the case of boats, filling the hull with polyurethane ensures insulation and buoyancy. The latter is a basic requirement to meet the highest quality standards.

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