THERMAL INSULATION - "MONOSIS", SEALING, WATER INSULATION

  • POLYURETHANE FOAM STYRENE ADHESIVE FOR EPS‐XPS INSULATION BOARDS
THERMOFOAM 2 SEAL
POLYURETHANE FOAM STYRENE ADHESIVE FOR EPS‐XPS INSULATION BOARDS
Excellent adhesion, easy to apply

Description

One component, low-expansion polyurethane foam, without solvents for professional use.  It is polymerized with the humidity of the atmosphere. It has a great adhesiveness on plaster, concrete, bricks, wood, HDF,  metal, bitumen  surfaces  etc.   

Usages

It is used for the adhesion of polystyrene insulation boards in ETICS systems. THERMOFOAM 2 SEAL does not substitute additional mechanical fixing of the boards with suitable anchors until the curing of the adhesive.

Advantages

  • Great adhesiveness to most ingredients (apart from polyethylene and silicone surfaces)
  • Low expansion
  • High thermal and acoustic insulation
  • Humidity resistant
  • Aging resistant

Application Mode

  • Before application, clean the surfaces from dirt, rickety materials, impurities, oils and solvents.
  • Apply by using a professional PU foam gun. Before using the spray gun lubricate it with grease or teflon spray.  Place the THERMOFOAM 2 SEAL BOTTLE onto the gun  and screw. Adjust the flow of the material by rotating the screw located at the back side of the gun
  • The application temperature should range between +5⁰C and + 35⁰C
  • Apply  THERMOFOAM 2 SEAL around the edges of the insulation board, in 5 cm distance from each edge. In addition apply in consecutives stripes with 30 cm intervals. The suggested stripe thickness is 1 – 1.2 cm
  • It is  suggested to moisten  the insulation boards surface  before applying the foam, in order  to  enhance adhesion  and  increase curing speed
  • In case of gaps  between the insulation boards, fill them  with extra foam to  avoid  thermal bridges.
  • Apply the fixing anchors to the boards, 30-40 minutes after  their placement on the wall
  • Dried particles can be removed mechanically. To clean the application gun, use an appropriate  polyurethane solvent (attach the solvent bottle  to the gun  and spray until there’s no foam left in the gun)

Specifications

  • Description: Viscose mixture, which is transformed into a foam upon release from the bottle and is polymerized by absorbing the humidity of the atmosphere.
  • Base: Polyurethane
  • Odor: Slight, typical odor during polymerization. Once polymerization is over, it becomes odorless.
  • Density: 32‐40 kg/m³
  • Film formation time: 7‐8 min (20°C, RH> 30%)
  • Hardening time: 1 h / RH 93%, 18 h / RH 15% max 24h
  • Fire class: B2 (DIN 4102)
  • Thermal conductivity (DIN 52612): 0.03 W/(m.K)
  • Thermal stability of the polymerized foam: ‐40°C up to 90°C (and up to 140°C for brief intervals).
  • Water absorption of the polymerized foam (DIN 53248): Max 1% per volume.
  • Tensile strength (DIN 53455): 0.07 MPa
  • Maximum expansion (DIN 53455): 20%

Packing

Bottles of 830 ml.

Storage

It can be preserved for 12 months after the production date. Do not store  in  temperature above  50⁰C. For longer shelf life, do not store the cans at temperatures above 25⁰C and below -5⁰C.   The cans should always be stored vertically

Consumption

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