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Foam Board Insulation | Rigid Foam Insulation

Foam Board Insulation | Rigid Foam Insulation

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Foam Board Insulation | Rigid Foam Insulation

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  1. Company Profile YiTac (S) Pte Ltd was incorporated in 2006 with our core business in supplying building products and providing engineering services to the building and construction industry. We are currently expanding our stable of products and services whereby our dynamic sales and engineering team are ready to take on.

  2. 5 Reasons Why Polyisocyanurate Rigid Foam Is The First Choice Polyisocyanurate also known as PIR or polyiso is a thermostat plastic that is produced as a foam and used for rigid thermal insulation. It is a development of polyurethane except for the fact that it has much stronger thermal resistance and comes with a lot of r- value per inch thickness than any other kind of insulation material available on the market. There has been much talk about its popularity, and this article will exactly highlight the key factors as to why it is the top choice for constructors today.

  3. Our Service • Polyisocyanurate Rigid Board  • Polyisocyanurate Foam  • Polyisocyanurate Rigid Foam • Pre Insulated Panel Suppliers  • Pre Insulated Duct

  4. Polyisocyanurate Rigid Board Polyisocyanurate rigid boardbrags of thermal conductivity of 0.022 W/mK that exceeds the common 0.023 W/mK thermal performance of PIR insulation that is offered generally. When a couple or more layers of polyiso boards are used to offer specified insulation thickness for a roof, thermal bridging is dramatically minimized. To create the most energy efficient installation in a house, the joints of the PIR board should be offset to allow creation or reduction of thermal loss by configuring inside out.

  5. Fire Performance All kinds of insulation material before installation must meet certain fire safety standards. Amongst all available types of foam plastics, PIR offers the highest  level of fire resistance due to its special configuration of strong chemical bonds that results in high temperature resistance  up to 360oF which is more than twice the temperature resistance offered by other insulation materials.   Moreover, PIR doesn’t melt or drip when exposed to flame but forms a protective surface char enhancing its fire resistance and thus preventing firefighters from any kind of health risks.

  6. Polyisocyanurate Foam When multiple layers of polyisocyanurate foam are used to meet ASHRAE r value needs in a commercial roof specification, there exists an opportunity to prevent moisture on the lower side of the roof membrane. The double layer of PIR prevents condensation that may result from the extreme temperature from the opposite side of the layers. This extends the life of the membrane and prevents any other kind of accumulation beneath the membrane thus creating a better quality built up system.

  7. Prolonged Membrane Sustenance Since multilayering of polyiso offers stronger and more rigid surface underneath the membrane, this results in lesser chances of cracking and splitting of water proof membranes. Cracking usually occurs due to excessive roof movement or loading that can lead to leakage and need for repair and replacement. With a layered configuration of polyisocyanurate foam insulation, there is significant reduction in roof movement and hence, this is less likely to occur.

  8. Pre Insulated Duct Pre-insulated ductwork is very lightweight and its weight is ver less as compared to the galvanized sheet steel ducting. It is installed in a single fix and the requirement for the manual logic process is negated by it. Besides, it is also less expensive as it is light-weighted. The lightweight appearance is helpful in cost savings for the installer and contractor. It also consumes less space. The ductwork does not need to be insulated.

  9. Contact Us YiTac (S) Pte Ltd 2 Woodlands Sector 1 #03-04 Woodlands Spectrum 1 Singapore 738068 Tel: (65) 6257-1191 Fax: (65) 6257-3303 E-mail: