ISO-TOP THERMFOAM „BLUE LINE”Low isocyanate polyurethane expanding foam for a healthy living environment
For a healthy living environment, low-emission and user-friendly!
ISO-TOP THERMFOAM „BLUE LINE” is a sustainable userfriendly, very low-emission single-component polyurethane expanding foam for a healthy living environment. It also offers excellent technical properties.
It is a healthier alternative to conventional PUR foam based on a low-monomer recipe, with a free isocyanate content of less than 0.1 %. This foam is ideal for filling and insulating joints and cavities, providing thermal and noise insulation thanks to its high dimensional stability.
Ideal for interior renovations and window replacements!
- especially healthy to use
- free isocyanate content < 0.1 %
- contains no chlorinated paraffins, halogens or plasticisers
- can be used without formal training even after 24.08.2023
- fulfils requirements of DGNB (German Association for Sustainable Buildings) levels 1-4
- contributes to a healthy indoor environment
- tested to GEV-EMICODE®, certified as very low-emission (EC1PLUS)
- acoustic and thermal insulating
- outstanding dimensional stability, i.e. no shrinkage and low subsequent stretching once cured
- largely closed cell, resistant to rotting, moisture and ageing**
- after curing, it can be plastered, painted or pasted over
- complies with the requirements of the Building Energy Act and the recommendations of the RAL “installation guide”
- 10 Year Function Warranty*
* On the conditions of the manufacturer (available on request).
** Not permanently resistant to UV.
The sustainable all-rounder for sealing, filling and foam-filling which adheres to almost all substrates
- sealing expansion joints and cavities when installing windows, doors and roller shutter boxes
- filling and insulating joints and cavities in loft conversions and roof insulation projects
- foam-filling of smaller recesses and breakthroughs in masonry, cable feed-throughs and other cavities
- excellent adhesion to almost all construction surfaces such as concrete, sand-lime block, brick, wood, metal and plastic