For filling cavities
Insulation can be applied by injecting into existing building cavities. It is ideal for use as a renewal or additional insulation.
Do it yourself aplication
Insulation kit is suitable for do it yourself spray foam insulation projects.
The insulation is spray applied onto substrate to the desired location. It is ideal for new construction.
The open cell structure allows the penetration of moisture and vapor - diffusion-open. In wooden builds, for example, does not hold moisture causing mold.
prevent water transmition
The closed cell structure acts as a vapor barrier. This prevents the penetration of moisture into the insulation. Ideal for use, for example, basements, foundations, interior, exterior.
protection for polyurethane foam
Protects PUR foam against UV radiation and includes waterproofing layer.
for all types of roofs
Roofing foam is suitable for all types of roofs, eg. Concrete,sheet metal, asphalt tracks. Can be used even on existing roofs.
Allows easy cleaning without chemicals. Fast revitalization of the roof surface. Easy application.
for use on roofs
Roof polyurethane adhesive for bonding insulation boards.
use on walls, facades
Facade polyurethane adhesive for use in exterior and interior. Fast easy application.
Easy and quick installation
INSTASTIK saves time and money. For quick and easy installation does not require electricity, water or any special tools. Simply apply directly from the package.
For dry areas
Spray foam insulation is suitable for dry areas. Fully fills all gaps, creates an air barrier to prevent cold air penetration and subsequent condensation of water inside the building.
for wet areas
Spray foam insulation is suitable for wet areas such as cellars
HONTER Cavity Fill Insulation, a rigid polyurethane foam injected in liquid foam
HONTER CAVITY FILL INSULATION, A RIGID POLYURETHANE FOAM INJECTED IN LIQUID FOAM
HONTER cavity fill insulation is intended for insulating spaces with high emphasize on efficient cold/heat insulation. HONTER cavity fill insulation has been primarily developed to fill the cavities in building blocks and other building elements - the foam perfectly prevents debris and liquids penetration. HONTER cavity fill insulation is not intended for insulating gypsum plasterboards or places where less stable building elements (for example the drywall systems, etc.) could be deformed by expansion.
Thanks to a special form of application, the injected – poured foam enables insulating hardly accessible places (even otherwise inaccessible cavities, etc.) and filling spaces in building structures. Insulating foam injection (Injection Foam Insulation) or injecting the foam to the particular place, into specific cavities (Pour-in-Place Foam Insulation) represents a unique technology.
HOLLOW WALL INSULATION PROCEDURE
Step 1 for hollow wall insulation:
Procedure: Drill holes in level for correct and complete filling of the cavity. Surrounding holes prevent wall from pressurization - the holes let the applicator know that given cavity is completely filled and that the wall is insulated.
Application of HONTER cavity fill insulation
Step 2 for hollow wall insulation: The HONTER cavity fill insulation is heated to the correct/required temperature and then it is injected into the cavity. The applicator monitors the cavity filling procedure with a thermographic camera or cavity camera in order to achieve 100% filling and perfect insulation of the cavity.
Detail of insulating foam injection | Expansion of the insulating foam | View with thermographic camera
Step 3 for hollow wall insulation:
Step 4 for hollow wall insulation:
After the cavities/walls are filled-in with the HONTER cavity fill insulation, it is necessary to repeat the thermographic camera check. Insulated places are cleaned, hole in the wall is filled, the wall surface is finally repaired as required by the customer.
ADVANTAGES OF HONTER CAVITY FILL INSULATION
- application into cavities in building blocks and other building elements
- the foam perfectly prevents from penetration of debris and liquids
- environment friendly
- excellent noise reduction
- excellent heat transmission resistance
- does not shrink / sediment
- no thermal degradation
|R thermal resistance value at 100 mm thickness||4 (m2.W/K)|
|Thermal conductivity λ||ČSN EN 12667||0,0206 (W/m.K)|
|Declared value - coefficient of thermal conductivity λD||ČSN EN ISO 10456||0,022 (W/m.K)|
|The proposed value of the thermal conductivity λu||ČSN EN ISO 10456||0,023 (W/m.K)|
|Apparent density||ČSN EN 1602||41,5 (kg/m3)|
|Short term water absortion (24 hours)||ČSN EN 1609||0,131 (kg/m2)|
|Dimensional stability - width||ČSN EN 1604||-1,3 (%)|
|Dimensional stability - length||ČSN EN 1604||-1,4 (%)|
|Dimensional stability - thickness||ČSN EN 1604||-0,1 (%)|
|Reaction to fire||EN ISO 11925-2||Class E|
|Surface finish adhesion||ČSN 73 2577||0,14 (kPa)|
|Determination of compression behavior||ČSN EN 826||182,8 (kPa)|
|Determination of tensile strength perpendicular to faces||ČSN EN 1607||232,2 (kPa)|
|Reaction to fire classification||ČSN EN 13501-1+A1:2010||Class E|