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Can PU foam work at –10 ℃ degree?

Sep 09,/2021

In the cold and dry winter, harsh construction conditions are undoubtedly a difficulty for the construction team! At the same time, the choice of PU foam has also become a problem…

The normal use temperature of the general foam sealant is 5℃-35℃. In cold winter, especially when the temperature drops to 0℃ or even below, it will affect the normal use and performance of the PU foam, such as causing foam filling slowly, the surface powder becomes brittle、hollow, and the bonding is not strong. The PU foam that cannot be used normally will cause the construction working to be difficult to be completed on time! The quality of construction has plummeted! As following photo:

So how can we ensure the quality of normal construction at low temperatures?
The editor here will recommend a low temperature product to every one, you must have never seen it: –10 ℃ winter type PU FOAM!

Winter type PU FOAM F186 – PU foam that can be used at -10°C. It is a new environmentally friendly building material with functions such as bonding, sealing, sound insulation, heat preservation, and waterproofing, and meets low temperature requirements. Environmental construction needs!

F186 will solove following troubles:
1.Low temperature trouble
Low temperature resistance, normal construction can be performed in a low temperature environment of -10 ℃, not afraid of cold winter!

2.Basic performance
While its special performance is outstanding, F186 has stable basic performance, dense foam, and high bonding strength, which is suitable for most substrates!

3.Security concerns
Sunrise adheres to the principle of providing users with green, environmentally friendly and high-quality. The raw materials are made of environmentally friendly new materials-polyurethane, and F186 will not cause any harm to the human body after curing.
As the cold winter is approaching, Sunrise F186 low temperature environmental protection guards are not afraid of the cold winter and stand up!

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