What is urethane?

Also called polyurethane, urethane, as a spray, is a green product. Approximately 15 minutes after spraying, it becomes an inert and odorless substance, free of volatile organic components, solvent or irritating fiber. Furthermore, it's free of CFCs and HCFCs.

Urethane spraying system

Spray urethane is produced directly on the construction site. The integrated spray system automatically manages the dosage and the mixture of the two components

A 40 to 80 m pipe carries the product, under pressure and maintained at constant temperature, from the mobile unit to the spraying site.
Fixed at the end of the pipe, a spraying gun, equipped with a mixing chamber, will turn the mixture into urethane.

Why choose urethane?

With its closed cell compact structure, sprayed urethane offers insulation of superior density. Not only is it water resistant, but it also acts as a vapor shield and is an ideal material against air infiltration.


Open cells (Left)

Closed cells (Right)

urethane opened and closed

Benefits of sprayed urethane versus fiberglass insulation

Urethane for basements

The basement is often a high risk zone for high humidity, flood, mold...

Installing urethane under the slab and on the walls of foundations saves time and materials while providing insulation and sealing of superior quality, sustainable and at a competitive cost.

Urethane to prevent RADON gas infiltration

Applying urethane under the slab provides a completely waterproof, seamless work, whose properties prevent the infiltration of soil gas, including radon.

Urethane for roofing

The use of urethane for roofing insulation is a sensible solution; due its impressive thermal resistance, it takes less to get the best results in terms of energy saving.

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