Penoizol

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Penoizol is an insulating material of a new generation, in fact it is a liquid foam. This consistency is very convenient, as it is often necessary to fill the niche with a heater, openings, spaces in the walls and between them. It is produced in the form of a powder, which is processed into a ready-to-use material by means of a special plant.

Contents

  1. Technical characteristics of foam isis
  2. Advantages
  3. Disadvantages
  4. Video

Performs action data directly on the object, which reduces the time, effort and, of course, means. If you look at the opinions of those who insulated the premises, we will see that it is quite easy to handle the material, the workers are coping without even having the highest qualifications and extensive experience with penoizol.

Much attention when buying should pay the structure of the powder - it should be fine-grained, have a characteristic color, almost without the smell. It is better to seek advice from professionals so that you do not buy spoiled material or a surrogate.

Of course, the technical characteristics of penoizol will be considered further. It should be noted that they are quite high, and if compared with analogs, the material deserves the highest appreciation. Of course, we will mention the shortcomings, which in fact are practically nonexistent, and if desired they can be turned into dignities.

Specification of foam isisol

When starting to consider the positive properties of penoizol( see photos, video reviews), low thermal conductivity is mentioned first of all. This is logical, since the main task of the material is heat retention. If you compare with similar heaters, you can come to the conclusion that it exceeds polyurethane foam, expanded polystyrene, mineral wool. This is an excellent result, because the listed materials are also high-tech.

Next we should mention such an important quality of penoizol as high fire safety .This is important because the problem of outdated insulation was that when a fire broke out, the walls started to burn from the inside - which is almost impossible to stop. The flammability group of our insulator is G2.Again, the material is in the lead among its competitors. Physically ignite it is impossible, at high temperature melts( & gt; 210 ° C) and does not spread fire. Here it can be noted that the smoke formation is also very low;smoke, which is very important, is not toxic.

The penoizole contender in the area of ​​sound insulation is polystyrene foam, they are almost identical, only the second resonates at some frequencies because the structure of its cells is not optimal in this respect. But nevertheless, both materials quite well do not miss the sound waves , which was shown by numerous tests. This is due to such properties as softness and granularity.

  • Coefficient of thermal conductivity 0,028-0,04 W / m * K;
  • Density - 8-25 kg / m3;
  • Compressive strength at 10% linear deformation - 0,07-0,5 kg / cm2, with bending 0,10-0,25 kg / cm2;
  • Operating temperature range - from -50 ° С to + 120 ° С;
  • Sound absorption - 65%;
  • Water absorption - 10,5%;

Advantages

Finally, we can say that the foam isisol material is relatively inexpensive and is suitable for any budgetary construction. Do not worry about the environment, as the safety is approved by an international commission, the necessary certificates have been issued. Studies have shown that this heater has no negative effects on humans( regardless of age) and animals. Also safe for home colors. At the same time, insects are not planted in it, it is not susceptible to rotting and shrinking.

Disadvantages

There are practically no minuses. The only thing that can be mentioned - penoizol requires waterproofing. This is because its structure is open-porous. At the same time, it must be understood that all analogs also need additional protection from water - without it, anywhere.

Video

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