Icynene Classic Spray Foam Insulation
Icynene offers a full line of spray foam insulation products, and all Icynene spray foam insulation products are guaranteed to perform as specified for the life of the building.
Any Icynene spray foam insulation product can be used in both commercial and residential applications, including new construction and renovations. However, some products are better suited for particular climates and particular project goals.
Learn more and access technical information below. Then find an Icynene licensed contractor for help determining which Icynene product is most appropriate for your project.
LD-C 50 Spray Foam Insulation
ICYNENE LD-C-50 is the product that made the Icynene name synonymous with superior-quality spray foam insulation. It has been used in thousands of residential and commercial projects since 1986, consistently outperforming traditional insulation types. – Open-cell – 8kg/m3 – thermal Conductivity 0.039 W/mK. – Light density – 100% water-blown – HFC- and PBDE-free – A low-emitting material (LEM) as per CHPS EQ 2.2 Section 01350 (Collaborative for High Performance Schools).
Icynene is certified and approved by the European Technical Approval Board (ETA), National Standard Authority of Ireland/Irish Agrement Board (NSAI/IAB) and The British Board of Agrement (BBA). Icynene has been successfully tested and certified by the BBA for applications directly to the underside of all types of roof underlay’s and membranes with a single layer of tiling/slating battens due to its low water absorption and high vapour resistance. Icynene also has a breathability of 0.0049L/sec/m2 which allows all materials in contact including timber to breathe naturally.
Icynene spray foam insulation can be installed in both new and existing homes, and even in the most unusual designs. It adheres to wood and steel frames alike and is effective in any climate.
Practicing building science, also known as a “systems approach,” means accounting for the ways all building components interact, including the foundation, walls, roofs, doors, windows, insulation and mechanical systems. Doing so is critical to optimize building performance and prevent building failures.