1. Abrasion protections
2. Polyurethane liners
3. Wear parts
4. Polyurethane belt scrapers
5. Chute linings
6. Polyurethane Materials
7. Moulded polyurethane parts
8. Polyurethane sheeting
9. Polyurethane rods
10. Bakkie lining machines & Bakkie linings
11. Polyurethane moulds for simulated stone products
12. Polymer Compression Rods for Hydraulic Presses
13. Engineering plastics
1. Pulley lagging
2. Conveyer idler lagging
3. Polyurethane components manufacturing
4. Covering of wheels and tyres
5. Supply and engineering of polymers
6. Covering of chutes and other wear parts with polyurethane coating for wear protection
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Benefits of Using Polyurethane Foam Insulation For The Poultry Industry
Lowers Production Costs - High R-values and seamless installation result in lower energy costs, higher poultry production, and lower mortality rates.
Reinforces Structures- Rigid spray foam insulation (2 pcf) not only insulates more effectively it also stiffens roofs with more “racking” strength than that of conventional insulation.
Stays in place - After applied, Afri Foam insulation will never settle or sag like conventional insulation. This means year-round, long term energy efficiency.
Additional Benefits:
Formulated with renewable agricultural resources
Non-toxic after installation
Seals air leaks
Separate vapor barrier is usually not required
Afri Foam can be applied rapidly with minimal impact on poultry house operations.
Afri Foam insulation can be used to effectively reduce operating costs in poultry houses by effectively eliminating unwanted air infiltration, sealing and insulating side walls, end walls, and ridge caps, either in new or retrofit applications. Afri Foam can also be used to completely seal and insulate curtain side walls, further reducing energy consumption.
Afri Foam can be applied to most types of construction materials to form a completely seamless, air and water tight membrane.