Hennecke Introduces Economical PU Sandwich Insulator for Prefabricated Houses

SpecialChem - Jun 24, 2011

As part of the current discussion about energy and the need to minimize CO 2 emissions, effective insulation of buildings is becoming increasingly important. Whereas many prefabricated houses here continue to be insulated with mineral wool and cork, in Great Britain the construction industry is one step ahead. PU sandwich elements have been used to insulate prefabricated houses for about five years now. PU Sandwich Panels Scotframe Limited, a Scottish timber frame house company, has opted for PU sandwich elements. It makes its panels with Hennecke technology and then puts them in its houses, dramatically reducing costs. The British firm SupaWall Limited provides licences and technical...

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