BASF presents high-performance insulation construction

BASF presents high-performance insulation for construction

4:51 AM, 29th May 2018
BASF presents high-performance insulation for construction
SLENTITE: Slim insulation for customized climate management presented in Deep Frame technologie.

MAASTRICHT, NETHERLANDS: BASF SE said that it will present a broad portfolio of polyurethanes systems, basic products and intermediate, focusing on an intensive exchange on the current market situation.

With numerous innovations and further developments in the field of polyurethanes, the company will present:

SLENTITE: high-performance insulation for future-oriented construction

Scarce and expensive living space, high demand for renovation of old buildings and the urgent task of conserving resources make it necessary to search for new solutions and materials. SLENTITE, the organic aerogel, which is produced as a robust panel, offers possible solutions. It is space-saving and 25-50 percent slimmer than conventional products. Due to its open-pored structure, it provides good moisture regulation and can be used for internal insulation in particular.

The innovative product is now being used in the first pilot projects. BASF it will be presented in a “Deep Frame” animation. Visitors get a vivid impression of the impressive possibilities of the product in the latest film technology.

Elastospray LWP: A strong contribution to energy-efficient construction

There are considerable developments in the field of spray foam. Long before the new European guidelines will come into force, BASF launched a new generation of closed-cell spray foams: Elastospray LWP systems are HFO-foamed and already take into account the European Union's goal of drastically reducing fluorinated gases (F-gases) with a high global warming potential. BASF uses environmentally friendly alternatives such as Honeywell's Solstice LBA, an ultra-low GWP blowing agent.

Innovative PU rigid foams for modern refrigerators

BASF has developed a portfolio of 2-component HFO foamed systems especially for commercial refrigerators and hot water boilers. Customers have the option of selecting the system that suits them with different lambda values.

The new products are easy to process and do not require any additional investment. By using new, HFO-based foams, BASF offers all customers the opportunity to react to the new EU regulations at an early stage and replace them with more environmentally friendly systems.

Spray Gel Elastocoat C: More comfort and pleasant coolness

The newly developed spray gel Elastocoat C combines numerous advantages for the customer and the mattress manufacturer. The flexible gel is easy to spray on different mattress surfaces, at variable positions and in different thicknesses.

It has good adhesion to all PU foams and can be easily integrated into existing production processes. The customer benefits from a pleasant, cool mattress surface that provides restful sleep and of course meets the Oeko Tex 100 requirements.

Tailor-made solutions: engine covers in automobiles

Engine covers are important components in the engine compartment. They absorb noise, ensure pleasant acoustics in the passenger compartment and are resistant to external influences such as media, heat or hard, sharp-edged objects. BASF offers material systems and products for a wide variety of processes.

A combination of sound-absorbing flexible polyurethane foam and a hardcover from the Ultramid product family is used as standard for noise reduction in vehicles. An innovative process is the one-shot solution with the integral foam Elastofoam I.

The open-cell PU foam forms a thick skin in the foaming process and thus fulfils the function of the hard cover. An additional cover is not required, the optical appearance is created directly in the production process.

Alternatively, the flexible foam Elastoflex W can be used, which is painted with an In-Mold-Coating (IMC) coating or combined with a separate PU spray skin made of Elastoskin. This complete polyurethane solution is produced without additional manual assembly steps, as the skin is sprayed into the mould and then back-foamed. In addition, an engine cover with thermoformable Elastoflex E foam was brought into series production with the Treves Group. The open cell foam structure contributes to weight savings with a density of only 15g/L.

BASF is exhibiting at UTECH Europe 2018, international polyurethane trade show in Maastricht, Netherlands.

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