Florham Park, New Jersey -- BASF is showing how its Elastopor polyurethane foam systems and its closed-cell spray-applied PU insulating air barriers can make building projects more sustainable at Green Build 2007, in Chicago, 6-9 Nov.
The company will be giving demonstrations at stand 1010 at the beginning of every hour in order to give conference attendees a better understanding of how smart chemistry can help make buildings durable and energy efficient with less impact on the environment, said the company, in a 1 Nov statement.
BASF's closed-cell PU insulating barriers are used for increased structural integrity, air leakage control, maximum R-values and improved air quality.
Elastopor foam systems are used in insulated building panels for superior insulation performance increased R-values, comfort, air tightness and durability. (ss)