PIR (Polyisocyanurate) Boards

PIR board is a contemporary, modern insulation material that has high heat preservation properties. PIR boards are made of rigid polyisocyanurate foam and coated on both sides with various coatings, depending on the intended use. PIR boards are covered with three possible layers: a) three-layer aluminum laminate, b) aluminum foil, or c) fiberglass coating, giving PIR boards different properties. This helps to obtain an extremely low heat transfer coefficient (0.022 W/mK). All our PIR boards are non-flammable and therefore they meet all the necessary safety requirements. The thickness of the material is selected individually - taking into account the type of building structure, purpose and natural conditions.

Due to their very high thermal resistance, it is easiest to achieve A+ or even A++ energy efficiency of the building with their help. The structures retain heat longer and create a comfortable indoor microclimate. Unlike other insulation materials, the efficiency of polyurethane boards results in a significantly thinner insulation layer being used, resulting in no loss of interior space. Despite the mentioned advantages, PIR boards are also characterized by resistance to water vapor, easy installation, light weight and durability. During the production of polyisocyanurate boards, no dangerous substances are released into the environment, and the boards themselves do not harm health.

Polyisocyanurate boards can be used both for warming old buildings and for building new ones. Boards can be used very widely - from floors and walls, to roofs and even ceiling insulation. A high-quality insulation layer has endless advantages: it reduces heat loss in winter, cools when it's hot outside, helps regulate humidity levels and, of course, adds durability to the structures of any building. PIR boards are successfully used in the construction of both commercial and individual buildings, so they help to preserve heat even in extremely spacious rooms. PIR boards can be used depending on the geographical climate, so they can be used for the insulation of the entire house or building, or in individual building structures.

These boards do not absorb water and maintain unchanged properties during the entire period of operation. The layer of aluminum laminate or aluminum foil used for the coating acts as an additional vapor barrier, making the structure particularly tight. Thanks to the wide working temperature range (from -50 to +120 degrees), polyisocyanurate boards with aluminum foil can withstand even +200 degrees instantaneous temperature, and in high heat, they do not release chemical particles hazardous to health into the environment. PIR boards save room space by efficiently saving accumulated heat energy even in places where humidity prevails.

Advantages of PIR boards in brief:

  • Excellent thermal insulation properties - 0.022 W/mK

  • The required thickness of the insulating layer is almost two times smaller compared to other insulating materials;

  • The boards are extremely resistant to water vapor;

  • Low weight (up to 32 kg/m3) - means load-free roof construction and easy transportation;

  • Simple installation;

  • Dimensional stability;

  • Longevity;

  • Does not emit particles or gases hazardous to health;

  • Does not attract rodents or insects;

  • Produced in an environment-friendly manner.