Spray Foam Insulation

CPI Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation is made from polyurethane which we all familiar with today, from the low density elastomers in our running shoes, the foam in our upholstery to the flexible plastics used in straps and bands.

In the context of insulation, polyurethane produces unrivalled levels of airtightness due to its ability to fill every nook and cranny producing an airtight envelope when applied.

CPI Foam LTD supply open cell and closed cell spray foam insulation products, providing architects, builders and homeowners with the versatility needed to ensure the most energy efficient and cost effective insulation solutions available.

Spray Foam Insulation

Open cell spray foam insulation

  • Open cell spray foam is used primarily for residential applications, attic insulation, wall insulation, floor and roof insulation.
  • The cells are open allowing water vapour to escape
  • When used with the 'breathable vent card system', the required building standard 50mm air gap between foam and felt is met allowing your timbers to 'breathe'.
  • The foam can expand to between 150-250 times its size filling every nook and cranny.
  • Polyurethane spray foam insulation is inert after application providing a healthy warm environment for you and your family.

Closed cell spray foam insulation

  • Closed cell spray foam is used in commercial, industrial and agricultural applications.
  • The foam can be applied to any metal or concert structure.
  • It is not breathable and forms a dense rigid material that straightens your existing structure.
  • The foams expansion is much less than that of open cell spray foam.
  • Used to eliminate damp and condensation, closed cell is often used in commercial application to reduce the build up of condensation as well as for its insulation properties.

Breathable Vent Card

Research and Testing

After extensive research and testing CPI Foam have developed the 'Breathable Vent Card' System see the detailed diagram opposite.

Irish Building Regulations

Irish Building Regulations require a 50mm air gap between insulation material and foofing felt, to ensure your timbers are able to breathe.

Breathable Timbers

Air comming in from the soffit allows moisture to escape your structure eliminating the build up of condensation.

Breathable Vent Card

NSAI Tested and Approved

The card is NSAI tested and approved also meeting Irish Building Regulations requirement of a 50mm air gap between foam and felt.

Counter Battened Roof

If your roof is counter battened with the 50mm air gap on the outside of your roof, then and only then can foam be sprayed directly on the felt.

Maintaining Standards

Make sure your contractor is adhering to these Building Standards and they have the proper certification.

Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation

Open Cell Spray Foam

Shed Insulation

Spray Foam Insulation Equipment

Spray Foam Insulation Equipment

Graco Reactor

Spray Foam Insulation Man

Breathable Vent Card

Spray Foam Insulation Sprayer

Breathable Vent Card

Breathable Vent Card

Attic Insulation

Spray Foam Insulation Attic Open Cell

Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation

Attic Insulation

Spray Foam Attic Insulation

Open Cell Spray Foam

Attic Insulation

Breathable Vent Card Attic

Breathable Vent Card

Attic Insulation

Spray Foam Insulation Shed

Closed Cell Spray Foam

Shed Insulation

CPI Spray Foam Insulation
Unit 2,
Charvey Lane,

Rathnew,
County Wicklow
A67 XW92
Phone: +353 (0) 40 466111

Only 40 KM from Dublin