E3S Web Conf.
Volume 212, 20202020 International Conference on Building Energy Conservation, Thermal Safety and Environmental Pollution Control (ICBTE 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||26 November 2020|
The Influence of Temperature Impact on the Strength of Adhesion of Polyurethane Glue-foam with Masonry Products
Brest State Technical University, 224017, Moskovskaya 267, Brest, Belarus
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The use of masonry on glued polyurethane foam joints can significantly increase labor productivity in the construction of stone buildings. One of the factors restraining the introduction of polyurethane foam adhesive into the practice of construction of stone buildings is insufficient knowledge of the influence of temperature effects on the adhesion of adhesive-foam to masonry products. In order to obtain data on the adhesion strength of polyurethane joints with masonry products under temperature influences, 28 prototypes of masonry were tested, aged in laboratory conditions and also subjected to heating to 100ºC and 200ºC. Tests of masonry samples were carried out in accordance with STB EN 1052-5. Based on the experimental studies carried out and new data on the influence of temperature effects on the adhesion strength of polyurethane joints with masonry products were obtained.
Key words: masonry / polyurethane seams / adhesion strength / temperature influences
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