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Pile Rendering with BASF WALLTITE

BASF WALLTITE high density spray foam can be used in place of shotcrete on secant and contiguous pile constructions. WALLTITE is applied in liquid state, forming a high strength foam on contact that rapidly cures to give a reliable and robust surface. BASF WALLTITE...

Walltite contiguous pile

WRAS Approval for Elastocoat Poyurea

ECON Polyurethanes now supply WRAS approved polyurea. BASF Elastocoat C 6335/134  is suitable for contact with wholesome water for domestic purposes having met the requirements of BS6920-1:2000 and/or 2014  - 'Suitability of non-metallic products for use in contact...

WRAS Approval Elastocoat

Q-Bot Insulation

Q-Bot has brought to market the first scalable and affordable solution for the insulation of suspended timber floors using a robot to apply polyurethane foam in situ. The solution is fully approved and accredited by the BBA and as a result, eligible for ECO3...

Q-Bot Insulation Robot

Basement soffit insulation

Cambridge Terrace is a row of Grade 1 Listed Regency homes, designed in the early 19th century by John Nash, the architect of Buckingham Palace.

Cashel Farm

Project designers, Edge Architecture, wanted all of the building to follow the design principles of Passivhaus standards. This requires not only extremely efficient thermal insulation but also the highest airtightness standard.

Cashed Farm case study