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What is a polyurethane foam?

Polyurethane  is a polymer composed of two units. One of them is isocyanate. The other is a mixture of polyol (composed of polyester or polyether together with additives – catalysts, stabilizers, emulsifiers, blowing agents, flame retardants, solvents, pigments). If we mix all ingredients properly, we will cause a reaction which produces foam that quickly expands and solidifies when applied on a surface. This unique feature makes it an universal material for insulating all kinds of surfaces, , including areas which are hard to reach.

Polyurethane foams have good thermal properties in wide range of temperatures from -200 C to 135°C - PUR and from -200°C to 200°C – PIR.

Average thermal conductivity is λ40 is 0,026 W/(m·K) and 0,024 W/(m·K). Average bulk density is 35-50 kg/m³.

PUR and PIR foams are light as well as chemically and biologically resistant. They also bear relatively high mechanical load. That is why these hi-tech materials are used in insulating techniques.

Frel - Insulation

Spray insulation and spray thermal insulation

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On our website in „send inquiry” section, we provide you with an expanded form. Filling it will let us estimate costs of your investment connected with spray polyurethane foam Insulation and thermal insulation.

We encourage you to use this way of contacting us.

In Frel Company - Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation and Thermal Insulation we deal with professional insulation and thermal heating of industrial, agricultural and residential buildings. By using innovative materials, like PUR by leading polish manufacturer Purinova®, and innovative spraying equipment we guarantee services at the highest level.

We work in Poland and European Union countries.

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