BASF enertite open cell spray foam insulation provides a cost effective fully breathable insulation solution.

Manufactured at the Derbyshire UK plant it is installed by a nationwide network of trained and registered Foam Master contractors. Each spray foam installer undergoes regular audit by BASF and ECON Polyurethanes to ensure that installations are carried out in line with the appropriate national and local regulation requirements.

BASF enertite spray foam will provide a sealed thermal and airtight building envelope, reducing heat loss and creating a comfortable healthier indoor environment.

Less energy will be employed with Enertite spray insulation to heat or cool the building saving up to 50% on monthly costs and keeping conditioned air inside and unconditioned air out. Applied as a liquid, this water blown system expands to over 100 times its original size completely filling all voids help provide an airtight barrier.

Features and Benefits

  • Quickly applied with no waste, minimum fuse and maximum effect 
  • Improve energy efficiency and provide barrier against unwanted sounds
  • Cost effective option for superior airtight & thermal insulation
  • No VOC's, CFC's, formaldehyde and has no harmful side effects
  • Rapidly expands to 100 times filling voids and sealing your building
  • Will not settle of sag and will last lifetime of building


 

New Build Pitched Roof Insulation - Enertite

BASF enertite spray foam can be installed between rafters to the required thickness in order to provide a particular level of insulation or U-Value. 

The open cell spray foam can be cut flush with the adjacent timbers to allow for plasterboard fixing or can be sprayed proud of the roof rafter to the desired thickness.

BASF enertite insulation can be applied to breathable roofing membranes provided a counter-batten is place above the felt covering and below the tile / slate batten in accordance with Irish and UK Building Regulations.

 

Refurb Pitched Roof Insulation - Enertite 

BASF enertite can be applied directly to a vapour permeable rafter slide placed between rafter timber to act a separation layer between the foam insulation and non -breathable roofing membrane. This rafter slide is positioned to maintain a clear 50mm ventilation void as required by regulation.

BASF enertite is applied to the required thickness in order to provide a particular level of insulation or U-Value. 
The open cell spray foam can be cut flush with the adjacent timbers to allow for plasterboard fixing or can be sprayed proud of the roof rafter to the desired thickness.

 

Timber Frame Wall Insulation – Enertite

BASF enertite can be applied directly onto OSB between timber studs to achieve the required U-value and airtightness level.
Mechanical and electrical services can be fixed within the foam material however the use electrical conduit is recommended.

BASF enertite spray insulation can installed to fully fill the timber studwork and is shaved flush with the inner stud facing prior to the application of the VCL and plasterboard inner lining.

Enertite spray foam insulation is installed by trained and accredited Foam Master contractors. 
 Applied as a liquid, this water blown system expands to over 100 times its original size completely filling all voids help provide an airtight barrier.

 

Attic Floor Insulation - Enertite

BASF enertite open cell spray foam can be installed between horizontal ceiling joists to the required thickness in order to provide a particular level of insulation or U-Value combined with airtightness. 

The open cell spray foam is ordinarily applied to below the uppermost level of ceiling joists. A counter joist can be fixed onto the ceiling joist to allow for a thicker layer if required.

If downlighters are present they must be encapsulated with cover prior to the application of foam.  
Although electrical cables can be submerged within the foam layer it is recommended to route these through conduit for ease of access at a later date.

 

Reburb Wall Insulation – Enertite

BASF enertite foam can be applied directly onto a dry solid masonry wall, between timber studs to achieve the required U-value and airtightness level.

Mechanical and electrical services can be fixed within the foam material however the use electrical conduit is recommended.

BASF enertite spray insulation can be installed to fully fill the timber studwork and is shaved flush with the inner stud facing prior to the application of the VCL and plasterboard inner lining.