Pourable and injectable polyurethane foam provides the same insulative benefits as spray-in-place foam (SPF) with the added ability to bring more control to the shape and density of the finished product. We use slow-rise expanding polyurethane foam with the ability to create a cured foam with densities between 2-10 lbs.
Passive House Applications
One of the primary benefits of pourable and injectable foam insulation over SPF insulation is its ability to fill small cavities and voids. As a result, innovative companies around the world are beginning to use this type of insulation in the design of modern Passive House windows provide internal window frame insulation. In fact, right here in B.C., Westeck Windows and Doors (https://www.westeckwindows.com) has become one of the world’s leading suppliers of Passive House certified windows, thanks in part to our injectable polyurethane foam insulation.
Pourable polyurethane foam can also be used to insulate objects with large cavities, such as steel beams, and to create buoyant structures such as marine docks. Due to the slow rise and higher cure time of the foam, it can also be a great option for applications requiring customized shapes for CNC work, movie set pieces, and anything else that floats your boat.