Below grade insulation and waterproofing of slabs and monolithic slabs
Because insulating foam adheresexcellently to virtually all materials used in the construction industry (iron, wood, concrete, plaster surfaces, painted surfaces, etc.), the lower surface of ceilingsmay be immediately sprayed with polyurethane insulation. The repair of surface becomes redundant, as it is possible to remedy it when insulating with pure foam spray.
Traditional tabular or spreadable insulating materials are impossible to adhere to such surfaces without using 5-6 pieces of dowelling every 5-6 square meters. Whether one is installing suspended ceilings to support insulation or simply traditional tabular insulation elements, which are not allowed for use on ceilingsby structural engineers, because these develop hairline cracks, all these problems are solvable.
Suspended ceilings are no longer important, as the applied pure foam surface may be cleaned, even at high pressure. Polyurethane thermal insulation and waterproofing may be applied perfectly to vertical and overhead surfaces, to all uneven, monolithic stone surfaces, forming a single large, expanded surface. In this way, the formation of heat bridges is positively eliminated. After the basement has been insulated, it is no longer able to soak up the cold from under the surface of the floor of theheated living space, as had previously traditionally been mitigated by placing a thick carpet on the floor.
The density of the closed cell polyurethane foam is 35kg / m3, the compressive strength 150K.Pa
Thermal conductivity coefficient: 0,023W / mK
Fire classification: B2 - SELF-EXTINGUISHING
Warranty on closed cell polyurethane foam sprayed: 10 years