Geocel’s Airblock Flexible Foam helps fill voids and seal the gaps where air leakage most commonly occurs in buildings.
Finding solutions to air leakage in buildings is increasingly pressing, a requirement which is now vital due to legislation and mandatory air leakage testing of new homes.
ONe solution is Geocel’s Airblock Flexible Foam which helps fill voids and seal the gaps where air leakage most commonly occurs – typically where building services enter and leave the building such as electrical cables vents and pipes. It can also be used to fill gaps around windows and doors, around suspended floors and loft hatches.
A high performance polyurethane foam Airblock has been designed to fill and seal most construction materials. The formula gives low expansion during application, minimising the chances of distortion around frames and joints, but with a flexibility that retains the airtight seal during natural expansion or contraction of the building materials. It can be cut, sawn, sanded, painted or plastered over after application.
Airblock has been tested in accordance with EN 12114 – Air Permeability of Building Components and Building Elements. In addition, it is Acoustic Rated to EN ISO717-1 (tested to 60DB), Fire Rated to DIN4102-1 B2, and Driving Rain tested to EN1027.