Foams & Insulation

Natural blowing agents such as pentane or CO2 can be used in all types of foam production. Several large manufacturers have been successfully using the technology for many years to produce high-quality products. As demand for foam rises, largely due to improved insulation for housing and buildings, it is increasingly important that foam be manufactured without high-GWP blowing agents.

For example, today, hydrocarbons are widely used in substantial part of the market in the foaming sectors of both industrialized and industrializing countries. Read more about foams and insulation

Aerowolle Rock Wool Insulation

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Atlas Roofing Construction Foam

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BASF Construction Foam

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BASF XPS Foam

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Baxenden Scaninavia Flexible Foam

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Bayer Construction Foam

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Brdr. Foltmar Flexible Foam

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Danfoam Flexible Foam

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Dow Chemical XPS Foam

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Ecco/Bayer Flexible Foam

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