Installation of window- and doorframes with Polyurethane Foam
Window and doorframes are made of materials such as wood, aluminum, steel and UPVC. Traditional window and doorframes are installed by using frame anchors. This method is time consuming and requires craftsmanship. Therefore, more often now, window and doorframes are installed using polyurethane foam. Using polyurethane foam can significantly reduce labour costs and produce higher insulation value. It is important to take into account the properties of polyurethane foam during the installation, to avoid damage and costs later.
For an optimal functioning of a sealant joint it is of essential concern that the sealant will make a good bonding on the surface it is applicated to. Indeed if the bonding fails, the function of sealing partly fails. The strength of bonding between s...Read more