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Looking for more details? There are documents filed within the separate articles which you can download for more information. At this point, all documents available for downloading are listed in the overview. The documents are only available in German.

Documents

Expert report Prof. Dr. h.c. Klaus Layer, 18th October 2005

The survey examines the cost situation for insulating window joints with construction foam and mineral wool with respect to material costs and work time.

Chart: work time comparison

A chart depicting the cost situation for insulating window joints with construction foam and mineral wool with respect to material costs and work time.

Expert report by the ift Rosenheim, 15th June 2005

The study compares the use of PU foam for insulating window joints and the use of mineral wool. After an introduction about the principles of installing windows, the following aspects are reviewed:

  • Mechanical strength and stability
  • Fire protection
  • Hygiene, heath and environment protection
  • Application safety
  • Sound insulation
  • Energy savings and thermal protection
  • Durability

Expert report by the ift Rosenheim Appendix, 15th June 2005

List of all expert reports and information sources referenced in the study.

Ecological balance sheet for recycling PU foam cans, July 2013

Is it worth recycling spent PU foam cans via the PDR system? The ecological balance sheet looks at this and comes to a clear answer: yes!

Table: Thermal conductivity

Overview of the thermal conductivity of various insulation materials.

Usage instructions PU foam cans

The most important usage instructions at a glance.

Pictures

Connection joints, foaming roller shutter boxes

Photo: PDR
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Filling openings in brick walls

Photo: PDR
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Sealing the roof

Photo: PDR
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Butt joints facade insulation

Photo: PDR
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Sealing window frames

Photo: PDR
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Fitting door frames

Photo: PDR
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Sealing shafts

Photo: PDR
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