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Insulation


A 150mm thick layer of Icynene LDC50 was spray-applied to the interior of the walls and roof of the building. LDC50 was chosen because of its superior cold temperature adhesion and low moisture absorption properties. The insulation has a soft, flexible composition and maintains an air seal even when exposed to seasonal expansion/contraction of the building structure.


According to Ronan Burns, Halen Mon has seen a big improvement in production efficiency since insulation of the building: “Icynene insulation has allowed us to be roughly 25% more efficient in brine making. We normally run at 1000 litres per hour in summer but drop to 750 litres per hour in winter. Now that we have insulation that really works, we can run at summer production rates all through the year.”


“What’s more, our electricity consumption has dropped by 18%, so the Icynene insulation will pay for itself in less than 6 months - I wish we’d done it before” added Mr Burns.


Icynene is a high performance, spray foam insulation which expands rapidly on application


For further information on Icynene spray-applied insulation go to www.icynene.co.uk


See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xn4ZHQJLWHM


A 150mm thick layer of Icynene LDC50 was spray-applied to the interior of the walls and roof of the sea salt evaporation building at Halen Mon, Anglesey


ICYNENE


TEL: 07851 854860 9


WWW.ICYNENE.CO.UK


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