Comparison with Other Insulation Material
K Values of Different Insulation
Material Available in Pakistan
W/moK = 0.86
Polyurethane is the High-Tech insulation
material with lowest “K” Value
per thickness of any readily available
insulation material used in residential construction. The K Value
means Thermal Conductivity Value and the
lower it is, the superior
is the insulation material. It is applied by spraying
the material which becomes rigid in less
than a minute. Sprayed-in-place Polyurethane is a self-adhering,
seamless, closed cell foam with excellent compressive strength. It can be tapered to improve
water drainage on an existing roof, eliminating the
detrimental effect of standing water.
versatility and performance of a seamless sprayed-in-place Polyurethane
system makes it a practical and economical solution
for many applications. It
provides a seamless weather barrier when utilized as a roofing
system and permits wall insulation.
As self-adhering, light weight seamless insulation,
it does cover a variety of substrates. The direct adhesion to the various component surfaces
(including concrete, wood, metal, plastic,
concentrate and others) creates a monolithic
unit that gains substantial strength.
It forms up to fill cavities completely bonding
the various elements together for
rigidity and stiffness.
The resulting envelope of insulation offers lower K-Value
and air infiltration resistance.
by reactive components in the presence of other additives,
Seamless Polyurethane foam is a rigid closed
cell insulation. The
superior insulation and air-seal characteristics
provide the owner with a long-term value based
on permanent reduction of cost of energy. Worth over 25 years
of application, this product has been successfully field-proven
time and time again.
As a purchaser, you are making
a sound decision in selecting your
Spray Polyurethane Roof Insulation system.