Sprayable polyurethane offers competitive and trustworthy solution for designers working on renovation projects and insulation solutions. Ekospray perfectly meets, for example, the conservation goals in renovation projects on old buildings, even if it represents the peak of insulation technology and not old building materials.
As Ekospray spreads tightly, smoothly and seamlessly on multiform surfaces, and in this way does not require any straightening of structures, sealing, studding or support structures, the costs of renovation projects are reduced and structural design work becomes easier and faster. A good example is concrete apartment buildings which require renovation: after dismantling the sandwich structure and old wool insulation, Ekospray can be sprayed into the irregular inner area immediately, without straightening out the surface.
Spray polyurethane insulation is effortlessly incorporated into old structures. At the same time, insulation acts as a vapour barrier and provides perfect protection against moisture and mould.
Choosing Ekospray insulation material for renovation projects and facade repairs, particularly in case of valuable old buildings,
Technical reports on spray polyurethane further reinforce structural designers' extensive know-how.
Technical reports on spray polyurethane further reinforce structural designers’ extensive know-how.
Ekospray facilitates structural and renovation designers’ work by continually commissioning new studies on the technical properties of spray polyurethane. The links on the left offer illustrative additional information for the use of structural and renovation designers and architects. The detail library contains structural drawings of insulation solutions.
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Research on technical properties is continually being added to. For example, this year a Master’s thesis on the use of spray polyurethane in renovation will be completed at Tampere University of Technology.
Read more about Ekospray’s features and applications under Features and Areas of Application.