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  1. Construction Methods using Spray Foam Josef Goetz Peter Wintermann Josep Maria Bringué

  2. Table of Content • Wall Insulation Methods • Insulating from the inside / outside • Different finishing • Roof Insulation • Flat roofs / sloped roofs • Industrial roofs / residential roofs • Floor Insulation • Various insulation applications

  3. 1. Wall Insulation1.1. Interior Insulation Insulation with plasterboard mounted on studs Mounting of the studs Application of PUR Installation of plasterboard

  4. 1. Wall Insulation1.1.Interior Insulation Insulation with plasterboard mounted on studs • Advantages: • Easy installation, no need for scaffolding • No problems of exterior emissions • Cost-effective method • Faster Heating (Wall has less thermal inertia) Inconveniences: • Having to clean the studs if the rails are installed first • Loss of space, if the studs are installed after • Low thermal inertia

  5. 1. Wall Insulation1.1. Interior Insulation Japanese methode • Installation of studs not needed • Around 20 million square meters installed every year in Japan

  6. Wall Insulation 1. Wall Insulation1.2. Intermediary Insulatio Interior Finish with Ceramic Bricks

  7. 1. Wall Insulation1.2. Intermediary Insulation Interior Finish with Ceramic Bricks Standard solution in Spain, with approximately 25 million square meters every year. • Advantages: • Easy installation, no need for scaffolding • No problems of exterior emissions • Cost-effective method • Faster Heating (Wall has less thermal inertia) Inconveniences: • Difficult treatment of thermal bridges, like wall-floor intersection • Medium Thermal Inertia

  8. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation

  9. 1. Wall Insulation1.3. Exterior Insulation • Advantages: • Excellent treatment of thermal bridges • Possibility of installing ventilated façades • Multiple options for exterior finish • Low possibility of interstitial condensations Inconveniences: • Difficult application, need for scaffolding or cranes • More product loss and emissions into the environment • Parked cars may be stained my small dropplets • High dependence on weather conditions

  10. 1. Wall Insulation1.3. Exterior Insulation • Many possibilities for external finish: • Ceramic Brick • Concrete Blocks • Marble or Petro Plates • Ceramic Plates • Metallic Plates • Stone finish • etc

  11. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Ceramic Brick

  12. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Marble or Petreo Plates

  13. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Marble or Petreo Plates Gugenheim Museum in Bilbao

  14. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Marble or Petreo Plates

  15. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Ceramic Plates Example on: http://www.keraben.com/Portales/ADMIN/PDF/Catalogo_Keraben_Systems.pdf See Appendix

  16. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Metallic Plates

  17. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Stone finish Metallic conecting rods to mount the stones

  18. 1. Wall Insulation1.3.Exterior Insulation Canadian Solution http://www.basf.com/basf-canada/kun_walltite_e.shtm

  19. 2. Roof Insulation2.1. Inclined Roofs Inclined roof with ceramic roof tiles:

  20. 2. Roof Insulation2.1. Inclined Roofs The roof tiles are mounted on wooden studs

  21. 2. Roof Insulation2.1. Inclined Roofs Sheet metal roofs

  22. 2. Roof Insulation2.2. Flat Roofs (Renovation of Roofs) Sprayfoam application Roof in need of reconstruction Application of UV-protection Sprayed roof

  23. 2. Roof insulation2.2. Flat Roofs (Renovation of Roofs) Finished roof Advantages: - Sealing and insulation in one step - Buildings can be used „as usuall“ during the reconstruction - cost effective

  24. 2. Roof Insulation2.3. Inclined Roofs (Renovation of Roofs) • Foam is applied over existing roof • Foam needs to be covered by a UV protective cover

  25. 2. Roof Insulation2.3. Inclined Roofs (Renovation of Roofs) • Application of foam from the inside • The foam insulates, seals and holds the tiles in place

  26. 2. Roof Insulation2.3. Inclined Roofs (Renovation of Roofs) • Removal of old tiles • Application of foam • Installation of new tiles

  27. 2. Roof Insulation2.4. Hanging Roofs (Insulation from Inside)

  28. 3. Floor Insulation3.1. Typical application in Belgium

  29. 3. Floor Insulation3.1. Typical application in Belgium Sprayfoam technique Conventional technique Decking Space advantage Floating floor screed Decking Installations (Pipes, Cables) Floating floor screed Insulation Levelling course (concrete or porous concrete) Elastopor H Sprayfoam Concrete Concrete  Advantages in costs, construction time and space!

  30. 3. Floor Insulation3.2. Insulation of Crawl Space (Netherlands)

  31. 3. Floor Insulation3.3. Terrace Insulation Minimum Compression of 200 kPa (40 kg/m3 density or more)

  32. 4. Various Insulation Applications4.1. Walls in Contact with the Ground High Compression required (50 kg/m3 density or more)

  33. 4. Various Insulation Applications4.2. Agricultural Buildings Subsequent insulation of agricultural buildings e.g. - Stables - Warehouses for grain, potatoas etc.

  34. 5. New Applications5.1. Spray Foam Covered by plaster • Insulating Spray Foam from the outside • Installation of a special plaster for the final finish (experimental process Turkey)