Polyisocyanurate foams, also referred to as PIR, are available in densities from 40M/kg³ to 70M/kg³.
The strong molecular structure and chemical bond makes Polyisocyanurate foam very difficult to break. It is chemically and thermally more stable.
Main advantages of PIR foam is increased fire resistance and better insulation properties. The R-value of PIR foam is higher than any types of foam. AFPT can supply Polyisocyanurate foam in 20mm to 600mm thick slabs. Our in-house CAD operated profile cutting machine can cut ‘C’ sections for pipe insulation or any other custom shapes.
At AFPT we make a variety of insulated FRP tanks using PU and PIR foam.
Benefits of PIR
- Superior R-value and thermal performance
- Excellent dimensional stability
- High fire resistance
- Moisture resistance
- Compatibility with fibreglassing
- Pipe insulation
- Insulated tanks
- Refrigerated trucks and cold rooms insulation
- Sandwich foam panels