Blown insulations

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A two-component, spray-applied polyurethane foam that is part of the THERMAX™ Wall System for commercial buildings.
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High performance blown glass mineral wool cavity wall insulation for masonry cavity walls - For Specialist Contractors only.

Thermal

Supafil 34 Cavity Wall Insulation has a thermal conductivity of...

High performance blown glass mineral wool cavity wall insulation for masonry cavity walls - For Specialist Contractors only.

Thermal

Supafil Cavity Wall Insulation has a
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Previously called Perimeter Plus, Supafil Frame is the insulant in the innovative Blow-in-Blanket® System (BIBS)

Thermal

Supafil Frame has a range of thermal conductivities between 0.033 - 0.038WmK depending on the density required in the application.

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Denefoam 200 is HCFC Blown spray foam sealant that can be used to seal and fill voids. It is...

Rock-Tite 6 is a high-density, two-component polyurethane, water blown foam that mixes at a 1:1 ratio and cures to a density of 6 lb. per cubic foot. It uses no...

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Celbar is a blend of specially prepared cellulose fibers, organic in nature, treated with adhesive and fire resistant chemicals. When sprayed in place,...

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How to choose this product

blown-insulation

Thermal insulation includes a variety of systems designed to limit the flow of heat between two areas of differing temperature. Its primary function in a building is to prevent the loss of interior heat. Blown insulation is one of the best ways to limit such heat transfer.

Applications

The primary advantage of blown insulation is its ability to flow into cavities between ceiling and false ceiling, into a variety of gaps and spaces where the insertion of panel or roll material would be impossible.

Technologies

The most widely used types of blown insulation are those made from polyurethane and polystyrene foam. They offer low density and excellent thermal insulation. Blown insulation is more difficult to handle than it might seem because of its tendency to expand. The time required for its installation and the conditions in which it is used can complicate the task for those lacking experience.

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