Building Care Center Sahiwal
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Building Care Centre Offers P.U Spray Foam

Application Properties
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STEPS FOR APPLICATION
The roof is initially prepared with a thorough cleaning. Dirt and debris are removed to ensure proper binding.Next, BCC-SprayFoam is applied. Because it goes on as a liquid, it flows into any surface irregularities and provides a watertight seal.

TYPICAL CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
                                    Property                         Standard                                Value
Density DIN EN ISO 845 Standard 32 kg/m3
Compressive Strength DIN 53421 0.23 N/mm2
Thermal Conductivity DIN 52612 0.0160W/m.k
Closed Cells ISO 4590 93%
Application of BCC-SprayFoam
The application of BCC-SprayFoam will provide better climate control within a building envelope. Better climate control reduces the consumption of fossil fuels, there by reducing green house gases released into the air. BCC-SprayFoam provides a continuous air barrier, preventing moisture infiltration through air leakage, Minimizing dew point problems and condensation within the building envelope, avoiding thermal bridging, resisting heat movement in all directions and providing reliable performance under varying conditions. BCC-SprayFoam climate control ability enables a downsizing of the heating and cooling equipment of a building, furthur reducing energy usage. BCC-SprayFoam can be applied directly on all types of surfaces. (concrete, wood, bricks, metal, steel, fiberglass etc) Since it adds very little weight, BCC-SprayFoam is used as a recovery system over existing roofs without the need for tear off. This reduces the amount of construction debris in landfills

Features
LOW THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
BCC-SprayFoam has one of the lowest thermal conductivity ratings of any insulant, which allows efficient retention of heat or cold and consequently lowers the maintenance cost of refrigerated and frozen zones.
Due to lower thickness of PU required in comparison with other materials, saving on the refrigerated space results in economy of running the project.
STRENGTH
BCC-SprayFoam provides a high level of compression and shear strength, which is further enhanced by bonding with facing materials such as metal or plasterboard.
ADHESION
During the short period between mixing and final curing, BCC-SprayFoam is extremely adhessant, which allows it to bond effectively with a wide range of building facings. The adhesion is so strong that the bond strength is usually higher than the tensile or shear strength of the foam.
COMPATIBILITY
BCC-SprayFoam is compatible with a large number of building facings, including paper, foil, glass fiber, aluminum, plasterboard and plywood. These can complement the inherent strengths of the foam, enabling its use as semi-structural panels and cladding and allowing foam to accept cosmetic finishes such as plaster to operate effectively as moisture barriers in conditions of high humidity
THERMAL STABILITY
BCC-SprayFoam can be used in applications which experience exceptional extremes of temperature, from -200°C to +100°C.
WATER ABSORPTION
The water vapor permeability of BCC-SprayFoam is low and can be enhanced in most building applications by the incorporation of a moisture barrier of polyethylene film or aluminum foil.
FIRE PROPERTIES
Like all oranic building materials – wood, paper, plastics, paints – BCC-SprayFoam is combustible, although its initability and rate of burning can be modified to suit a variety of building applications and it can be formulated to meet the relevant national regulations.
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Like all oranic building materials – wood, paper, plastics, paints – BCC-SprayFoam is combustible, although its initability and rate of burning can be modified to suit a variety of building applications and it can be formulated to meet the relevant national regulations.

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