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Polymers additives supplied by Tosoh

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Blended isocyanate of TDI (toluene diisocyanate) and MDI (methylene diphenyl diisocyanate). It is specially developed for cold cure system. Used in the manufacture of HR (high resilience) flexible... view more
Blended isocyanate of TDI (toluene diisocyanate) and MDI (methylene diphenyl diisocyanate). It is specially developed for cold cure system. Used in the manufacture of HR (high resilience) flexible... view more
Polyol modified isocyanate. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation of intermediate (carbamoyl chloride). Recommended applications include ISF... view more
Polyol modified isocyanate. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation of intermediate (carbamoyl chloride). Recommended applications include fascia for... view more
Mixture of pure and polymeric MDI (methylene diphenyl diisocyanate). It exhibits superior compatibility with polyols. Applications include elastomers and rigid & semi-rigid foams... view more
Polyisocyanate. This prepolymer reacts with atmospheric moisture to produce higher molecular weight polyureas and thereby forms cured films on substrates. Used as cross-linking agent in combination... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. This prepolymer reacts with atmospheric moisture to produce higher molecular weight polyureas and thereby forms cured films on substrates. Used as cross-linking agent in combination... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation of intermediate (carbamoyl chloride)... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is a non-yellowing, HDI (hexamethylene diisocyanate) isocyanurate rings containing compound, modified by multifunctional alcohols. Used as binding agent for substrates... view more
Polyisocyanate. This prepolymer reacts with atmospheric moisture to produce higher molecular weight polyureas and thereby forms cured films on substrates. Used as cross-linking agent in combination... view more
Polyisocyanate. This prepolymer reacts with atmospheric moisture to produce higher molecular weight polyureas and thereby forms cured films on substrates. Used as cross-linking agent in combination... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. It contains isocyanurate rings. Exhibits faster curing characteristics as compared to others. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is masked with blocking agent (phenol/ ε-caprolactam). In combination with various polyols, stable one-component systems can be obtained... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is masked with blocking agent (phenol/ ε-caprolactam). In combination with various polyols, stable one-component systems can be obtained... view more
Polyisocyanate. This prepolymer reacts with atmospheric moisture to produce higher molecular weight polyureas and thereby forms cured films on substrates. Used as cross-linking agent in combination... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is masked with blocking agent (phenol/ ε-caprolactam). In combination with various polyols, stable one-component systems can be obtained... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is masked with blocking agent (phenol/ ε-caprolactam). In combination with various polyols, stable one-component systems can be obtained... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is a non-yellowing, HDI (hexamethylene diisocyanate) isocyanurate rings containing compound, modified by multifunctional alcohols. Used as binding agent for substrates... view more
CORONATE® HL by Nippon Polyurethane Industry is used as binding agent for substrates. It is a non-yellowing, HDI (hexamethylene diisocyanate) isocyanurate rings containing compound which is modified... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is a non-yellowing, HDI (hexamethylene diisocyanate) isocyanurate rings containing compound, modified by multifunctional alcohols. Used as a binding agent for substrates... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is a non-yellowing, HDI (hexamethylene diisocyanate) isocyanurate rings containing compound, modified by multifunctional alcohols. Used as binding agent for substrates... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is a non-yellowing, HDI (hexamethylene diisocyanate) isocyanurate rings containing compound, modified by multifunctional alcohols. Used as binding agent for substrates... view more
Polyisocyanate. It is a non-yellowing, HDI (hexamethylene diisocyanate) isocyanurate rings containing compound, modified by multifunctional alcohols. Used as binding agent for substrates... view more
Polyisocyanate. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation of intermediate (carbamoyl chloride)... view more
Polyisocyanate. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation of intermediate (carbamoyl chloride)... view more
Polyisocyanate. Isocyanates are themselves produced by treating amines with phosgene via the formation of intermediate (carbamoyl chloride)... view more
MDI (Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate) partially converted to carbodiimide. It is easy to handle. Applications include RIM (reaction injection molding), ISF (integral skin foams) and elastomers... view more
2, 4-TDI (toluene diisocyanate). It is suitable for elastomers... view more
Mixture of 2, 4-TDI (toluene diisocyanate) and 2, 6-TDI in the ratio of 65:35. On reacting with polyester polyols, it can be used in the production of high resilience flexible foams... view more
Mixture of 2, 4-TDI (toluene diisocyanate) and 2, 6-TDI in the ratio of 80:20. On reacting with polyether polyols, it becomes suitable for general types of flexible foams for use in mattresses and... view more
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