Insulation Material Phenotherm is a superior insulation material for your home & buildings with 100% fire retardance. Phenotherm phenolic foam has special features that enable it to resist fire, thus it is use for temperature control and insulation for commercial complexes, residential buildings, hospitals, cold storage, high altitude shelters etc. in almost all industries. Among many foams, phenolic foams are preferred for thermal insulation due to its lower flammability and lower gas generation than any other polymer insulation
Phenotherm Phenolic Foam is a rigid cellular foam insulation material with a substantially closed cell structure, whose polymer structure is made primarily from the poly-condensation of phenol, its homologues and/or derivatives with aldehydes and ketones.
Phenotherm insulations is cost effective and better than conventional insulation materials Because of various distinct properties like Low K Value, highest fire rating standards with 100% fire retardance, Correction & Chemical Resistance and tested as per the following BS standards.
Advantages over conventional insulation materials.
1. It is non – burning
2. Toxicity of Smoke is nil
3. Flame Spread is very low
4. During Continuous fire, it turns dark brown and shows surface cracks but does not either burn or loose shape.
Phenotherm is available in the form of Slabs, Pipe Sections, Buns/Blocks and can be cut & shaped to any size with hand tools. Thus, it is easy to install for diverse insulation applications such as under deck & over deck insulation, false ceiling and pipe sections.
Advantages of Phenotherm Slabs
Non Combustible Material
Excellent Thermal Insulation
Heat Prevention Effect
Applications of Phenotherm Slabs
Fire wall for office and/or other interiors
Advantages of Phenotherm Pipe Section
Clean and seamless appearance
Space and energy savings
Light weight for handling
Comparing to fiberglass, there is absolutely no skin irritations
Applications of Phenotherm Pipe Section
Hot and cold water pipelines (including underground lines)
Petroleum and chemical transportation pipelines
Food processing plants
For any pipes that require insulation