Insulation Materials Polyurethane (Thermal & Water Insulation Materials)

  • Polyurethane material and its contents of high specifications and great ability for thermal and water insulation, to ease the summer heat and winter cold.
  • The use of the highest quality types of jute cover located in the global market, with high specifications standard.
  • Use the best specialized materials and chemicals for flooring work, playgrounds, car parking and so on.
  • Constant search for what is new for the implementation of the basement works to the fullest.

Quality and Technical -Two Sides of Same Coin

We recognize that Technical is a main backer of the high level of quality, the more we have the modern Technical and more sophisticated, we have come to the high quality product. Technical is on permanent pursuit for the latest Technical to reach the best thermal insulation.

Stages of Polyurethane Insulation

  • This is the preliminary stage for the supply and implementation of the first layer for the beginning of insulation stage
  • By dividing the surface into several imaginary sections in the directions of water getaways, down from the far point to the lowest point to reach the layer thickness at the lowest point to 5 cm, and to increase the height measuring by 1 cm per linear meter up to the confluence of construction with the surface flooring, both the horizontal and vertical.
  • To reach the optimal water levels for the receiving of the main insulation layer of Polyurethane and essentially to create a layer of high porous to accommodate the insulation material in the liquid phase, " the first seconds stage of the corresponding article insulation surfaces, prior to the beginning of a drought, to give the penetration of the best inside the surface to the layer of concrete Cohesively well with commas Cemented to the nature of the material one, and Cohesively optimized with polyurethane materials in the initial stages of penetration of liquid by thermal fluid within the layers of foam to get to the concrete layer and one can not separate them.

Stages of Polyurethane Insulation Foam Concrete Stage

The Technical International General Trading and Contracting Company has equipped all of the foam concrete equipment and their own technical staff is highly experienced in this area, without the help of a contractor, a subcontractor. So, Technical is to be the body responsible for standards and obligations directly, to achieve the international standard specifications:

DIN Standards

Approved Fully in accordance with ASTM as follows:

  • Good thermal insulation.
  • Complete Fire Proof high fire rating
  • Light weight
  • Easy to produce and apply
  • Excellent work ability
  • Resistant to frost
  • Economical
  • Ecological


Is determining the overall level of the surface and high for concrete gutters and the number of gutters, with the convergence of imaginary line to form a trend rate of 1%. Through this network, the technical staff to the implementation of concrete tendons to adjust levels and determine the thickness of foam concrete.

Dry Density : 600KG/m
Thermal Conductivity : 148 w/mk
Compressive Strength : (28 days) 29,4
  3.0 N/mm
  426.0 PSI

The Stage of Foam Concrete

Specific Gravity : 1.02 at 25C
Solubility : Infinitely Soluble in Water
Chloride Content : Nil to BS 5075
Freezing Point : -3C to -5C Recovers
Toxicity : Non toxic

Compatible with Portland cement
High efficiency even at low dosage
Excellent stability in alkaline condition

Thus, the surface is ready to receive the phase separation, hiding all the pipes, protecting them and the formation of the desired orientation of the surfaces.

Stages of Polyurethane Insulation

Phase of Polyurethane

Technical has achieved a remarkable success to be at the forefront of polyurethane-based system, applied in the laboratory of civil engineering and international research centers.

Technical's Polyurethane

The control principal: it is Technical Company's choice of multi system which has a longer mixing time and reduces the temperature in the summer, and reduces the heat released in the formation of polyurethane in winter, in order to achieve the chemical and physical stability with the organic insolubility in summer, and the complete dryness and retraction in winter.

Modern Technical Equipment + Variable Interaction Systems + Quality Control Department + Polyurethane

With the stability of the chemical composite with its mechanical characteristics and the nonexistence of water penetration with low heat conductivity

The most important physical properties of polyurethane

  • Non-conformity with international standards:
  • Darker in color
  • Smooth hard surface
  • Fabric cellular glass
  • The emergence of a slow expansion

The presence of one of these items in the polyurethane is not in conformity with standard specifications

The most important characteristics of Polyurethane:

  • Mono-block regular free bonds.
  • The high quality in achieving double insulation by lightweight percentage.
  • The liquid characteristic to fill all cracks, holes and defects.
  • The expanding property until completion (transition from liquid to solid state)
  • To achieve the power of very high adhesive property on any surface it is implemented upon.
  • Self-starting to achieve chemical and physical properties.

Polyurethane System

National Density : 40 kg/m³ ASTM D-1622
Compressive Strength : 2.00 0.2 kg/cm ASTM D-1621
Thermal Conductivity : 0.023 w/m k ASTM C-177
Water Vapor Transmission : 1.4 perm-inch ASTM C-355
Water Absorption : 1.0 % vol. ASTM D-2842
Dimensional Stability    
  20Co for 24 Hrs Negligible;
  (b) 105 5Co for 24 Hrs 1.3 % Linear Change
  70 ± 3Co & 95± 5% R.H 1.8 % Linear Change
Closed Cell Content        : 95 % ASTM D-2856
Continuous Working temperature : 110 C˚ Thermometer
Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion : 7 X 10?5 m/mk B S-4370
Burning Characteristics (Classification) : B₂/B₃ DIN 4102
DIN 4102   ASTM E-84
  Flame 75  
  Smoke Density 450  
Rise Profile:    
  Cream Time: 4-5 sec.  
  Gel Time: 6-8 sec.  
  Tack Free Time: 10-2- sec.  
Rise Profile: : 20-23 C  
Mixing Ratio:    
  Polyol: ISO.  
  100 pbw: 100 pbw  


Development is the formation of polymer with higher molecular weight as a result of interaction of a hydroxyl, bearing resin with the group of isocyanite, in addition to the catalysts and the heat generated by starting to convert the reaction mass to ciliolate; which is the equation of transition from liquid to solid state, to produce ciliolate material to (Polyurethane).

Stages of Polyurethane Isolation

Stage of the protective layer of Polyurethane

The Technical International for Thermal & Water Insulation Company has used a protective layer of high specification acrylic materials, confirming to the global standards for the polyurethane system unit.

Since some of the materials available in the local market are identical but not conforming to the standard specifications, and in the quest to provide better services and achieve the best results corresponding to international standards to gain customer satisfaction and confidence and conviction for the quality of the used materials and provided services to him; Technical was keen to import these materials from several GCC factories, by allocate specific production lines with special relativity accurate equations for sole use of Technical.

Thus, the protective layer of Polyurethane is being manufactured specifically for Technical Company, with the necessity to provide the following conditions:

  • Materials with high durability to equal the power of steam resulting from the variation of pressure and temperature on the surface.
  • To achieve a draw ratio of air trapped in the holes as a result of pressure.
  • A protective self-breathing layer.
  • Increased flexibility to achieve the element of proportionality, where the outside temperature and surface temperature with different thickness on the single surface.
  • A protective layer which is not affected by sand or saccharide over it.
  • Breaking strength of the heat generated from the outer surface in addition to the element of protection from the sun's ultraviolet radiation.

Stage of the Protective Layer of Polyurethane

These specifications must be provided by the need to use materials manufactured specifically for Polyurethane not available in similar materials used for waterproofing roofs, with concrete and tiles.

Polyurethane using special protective:

  • To avoid decomposition of Polyurethane by UV rays of the sun.
  • To avoid Polyurethane absorption of condensate water vapor.
  • Saves the thermal resistance of the Polyurethane.

Most important characteristics of the protective layer:

  • The element adhesively on the surface of Polyurethane.
  • Complete homogeneity of the layer at the final completion.
  • Does not vary the thickness of the soft liquid after the drought.

Determining the ratio of the solvent:

  • High resistance to the nature of organic solubility (under the hot conditions and warm weather)
  • Resistance to the high coldness impact on the completion of the drought.
  • Resistance to the contraction caused by rapid dehydration.

Stages of the Insulation of Polyurethane

Stage of Fabric Filter

Fibers roll (polymers of polystyrene) Fabric Filter
NON Woven's filter fabric 100110/g/m

Hydraulic resistance to the varying chemical elements and geological conditions to achieve the factors of filtration,
respiratory and protection

These are polystyrene polymers, which are fiber rolls measuring 3 x 100m, covering the entire surface on top of the protection layer to preserve the insulation layer substance Polyurethane from saccharide layer. It is well known that the saccharide components are the gravel, in addition to other components. This substance has pointed ends, thus this layer is being laid in order to extend protection for the Polyurethane stage. Taking into account the distribution of any moisture resulting from the presence of this saccharide, with the presence of this imbued porous to water vapor, and to distribute it over the entire surface, which means speeding its evaporation again.

Applications (Illustrations)

  • Roofing Systems
  • Basal Drains
  • Foundation Protection
  • Containment Systems
  • Temporary Retaining Walls
  • Asphaltic Overlays

Tendons Stage

  • Glass
  • slutics
  • Expansion Joints

This is the preliminary stage for saccharide cast, where heights level will be determined for each point of the surfaces extending over the entire surface area, however varied or extended the area is, or water point's getaways are increased, and that work by:

1. Dividing the surface to the actual sections by the use of tendons down to the contour of effective drainage.
Good Insulation is a combination of:
a. Good inclination
b. Good insulation materials
2. Reaching the furthest point for water getaways, so that the inclinations are 1 cm per linear meter
3. When the descent of any quantity of water on the surfaces it must slip slide to the getaway for rainfall discharge.

Tendons are more than one quality:


Slutiks accompanied by expansion joints of polysulfide Polyurethane materials, in order to maintain the optimum degree of expansion "breathing" of the saccharide materials.

Stages of Polyurethane Insulation
Phase Saccharide

The level of final tilt is tuned-up by installation of glass tendons with thickness of 6 mm as the coefficient of expansion joints of the screed for each 2.5 meters * 2.5 meters.

After you install the spacers are casting saccharide, which is a ready-mix concrete materials to address privacy. It is then soften the saccharide by the drought in order to obtain smooth and level surface free of cracks and fissures.

Portland Cement 3.15 Specific Gravity
Washed Sand 2.59 Specific Gravity
Gravel 8 / 3 2.70 Specific Gravity
Water 1.00 Specific Gravity
Caplast / R    
Specific Gravity 1.15  
FIBRIN 23 KG 0.900  

In addition to the privacy of materials processing by the technical specifications for surface resistant to fluctuations in weather, and work to increase the strength of saccharide and the power of water permeability

Saccharide is being smoothed before the drought, for smoother and flat surface free of cracks and fissures.

Phase Saccharide
Plasticizing admixture for Concrete

Improves work ability and trawling properties of sand/cement mortars & Renders, for faster and smoother finishing.

Special Materials used only for Technical:

  • Reduce the plastic cracks
  • Increase the resistance scraping and fission
  • Improved durability
  • Reduction of water permeability.

Cloth Capping
Moisture Insulator

Bituminous components were neutralized with polyester materials to form as rolls of 1 * 10 meters. The polyester material is considered as the actual reinforcing material for the bitumen layers, and therefore Technical used Polyester 200 gm of the best qualities and thickness of 4 mm.

Due to the international specifications of Technical's insulations, it has not been put up for sale in commercial trading shops, but we have taken the initiative single handed for the implementation and the execution of our projects, to bear our motto, best quality and Technical's privilege in execution.

To implement cloth capping there are certain measures must be followed:

  • 1. The surface to be clean from any impurities or dust or the likes.
  • 2. The implementation of the primer layer "cool pitch" to close the pores of the layers which the insulation by cloth capping to be implemented over it, and for it to be the engaged layer between the concrete and bituminous materials and to close the pores by 100%.
  • 3. The implementation of cloth capping by the furnace heat welding, under optimal temperature, with a welding layer of 10 cm horizontally and 15 cm vertically.

Moisture Insulation
Cloth Capping

What's New for 2011!

(Souplethane 5)

Out of courtesy and Interest by the Technical International Company to meet Kuwait market requirements for water insulation in various fields, we are pleased to present the Souplethane 5 product

What is the Souplethane 5 product?

It is a unique chemical compound of its kind, contains in its composition the properties of Polyurethane (isolate the water, high ratio of stretching, resistance to sunlight) and the characteristics of epoxy (excellent resistance against friction and corrosion, resistant to bacteria, fungi and germs) and characteristics of poly-urea (resistant to chemicals, resistant to tree trunks penetration).

Where Souplethane 5 used?
  • The insulation of water tanks, since the product is complying with British Standards for safety use of materials in contact with human water use, BS 6920.
  • The insulation of swimming pools, fountains, water ponds and metal surfaces.
  • The insulation of fuel tanks, chemical containers and water drainage corridors.
  • To isolate and protect the central kitchens floors, food and beverages factories, due to the potential of preventing the proliferation of germs, bacteria and fungi.
  • The insulation of flowerbeds, hanging gardens and green roofing, because of resistance property of the material penetrated by the roots.
  • For all sorts of external use, as it is resistant to sunlight, Ultra Violet Lights Resistant.
  • The insulation for the protection of floors at parking lots and stores.

Souplethane 5
Addicor M
Addicor M, Concrete Insulator Composite

Technical is proud of doing insulation of the water ponds and pools at the Messilah Water Village, which is considered as one of the largest entertainment projects in Kuwait. This was done with Technical's high efficiency technical staff and with thr high quality materials, which have been developed specifically for the insulation works at the swimming pools and water tanks.

  • Has the same properties of the isolated concrete part, and becomes an integral part of it.
  • Safe and not harmful with drinking water and does not reacts with chlorine.
  • Suitable for insulation of water tanks and potable water supply stations.
  • Works on concrete surfaces, both dry and wet.
  • Used to isolate the concrete under the underground water level.
  • Has a high resistance to salts.

An illustration, showing the internal insulation step by step wise, against negative water pressure using the Addicor M

  • 1. Clean surface for the floor and the walls.
  • 2. A layer of Addicor M for the insulation of the walls.
  • 3. Triangular concrete slap of 50 * 50 cm with an added Edipond 65.
  • 4. A layer of Addicor M for floor insulation.
  • 5. Protective layer of concrete with the thickness of 4 cm.

100% German Specifications
Insulation for all Water Constructions