Timber frame walls and concrete ground floors with spray applied polyurethane foam
Buildings insulated with spray foam have achieved air permeability up to 3m3/m2/hr 50PA, making it easier to meet current building requirements.
The optimal insulation value obtained by spray-applied closed-cell polyurethane foam means that less thickness is required to achieve optimal results. Timber frame constructions can have the foam applied in a factory or in-situ in a quick and economical process.
Poliuretan Spray® is applied directly between the 89 mm or 140 mm studs onto the OSB plywood. The 89 mm stud is sufficient to meet the usual thermal standards. Air leakage is minimised and sound attenuation improved.
Polyurethane foams are hypoallergenic; contain no fibres or dust and no noxious vapours. PU foam is very quick to install and minimises on overhead costs and site waste. Foil-faced plasterboards give better thermal performance and water vapour resistance.
Timber frame walls
Spray applied polyurethane foam between timber studs, directly onto OSB ply.
Insulation thickness: 75mm to 190mm
U-values: 0.27W/m² K 0.10W/m²K
Condensation risk: Zero
Concrete Ground Floors
Spray applied polyurethane foam directly to concrete ground floor.
Insulation thickness: 100mm to 200mm
U Values: 0.22W/m²K to 0.10W/m²K.
BBA Certificate No. 15/5243. Synthesia Range of Insulation
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