Solutions for everyday living Part 2

This year’s Archibuilt exhibition themed “Solutions for everyday living Part 2” organized by the Nigerian Institute of Architects was held at the Sheraton hotels, Abuja and co-sponsored by Vitapur Nigeria limited (a subsidiary of Vitafoam Nigeria PLC).

Vitapur Nigeria limited made Presentations of its capabilities to delegates during a Product presentation session for two consecutive days. We also exhibited from 17th – 21st August 2015.

Vitapur Nigeria Limited (a subsidiary of Vitafoam Nigeria PLC) is an insulation manufacturing company, a Nigerian owned company established to carry out business in Nigeria. The company specializes in PUR (Polyurethane Rigid) foam products. Our products and services include:

  • Prefabricated structures using Dry construction
  • Sandwich Panels (Wall, Floor and Roof)
  • Insulation Board (ISOboards)
  • Spray Foam
  • Pre-cut Pipe Sections and
  • Chemical systems

Vitapur Sandwich panels can be used for constructing cold rooms, equipment shelters, wall cladding, quick shelter deployment, office partitioning, shopping malls, drop temp ceilings etc.
Vitapur Polyurethane Rigid Insulation board comes in various facing depending on intended application. These Insulation boards can be used as wall, floor and roof insulation. For new buildings, boards are usually used over the purlin before the roofing sheets while Vitapur spray foam application is preferred for existing roofs.
Vitapur Pre-cut pipe sections can be used for Service pipe lines, Process pipe lines and tanks insulation. The insulation can be done using either pre-cut pipe sections or on-site spray foam techniques.
As part of its expansion drive, Vitapur just acquired a new state-of-the-art Sandwich panel production line. With its in-house trained personnel, state-of-the-art equipment and strategic technical partners, Vitapur provides a cost effective manufactured product.
The newly acquired state-of-the-art Sandwich panel production line, can produce a maximum length of 14.7m with varying thicknesses; the first of its kind in West Africa.