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The use of Mannich base initiated polyether polyols for the production of rigid polyurethane foams has been employed for many years. The use of this class of polyols has primarily been directed toward sprayed polyurethane foam applications. The inherent properties of these polyols include...
Foamed crosslinked specimens of low density polyethylene are produced by hot mould injection moulding. Dicumylperoxide, as crosslinking agent and azodicarbonamide as blowing agent, were used. The three components are blended and granulated in advance in an extruder-granulator at temperatures of...
Blowing agents are mainly responsible for the insulation properties of polyurethane rigid foams. Detailed knowledge about the vapor conductivity of blowing agents and their mixtures is essential for their basic understanding. In addition to their insulation properties, blowing agents to a large...
The purpose of this paper is to elucidate the nature of the low resilience foam with microphase separated morphology. Takeda has developed a unique homogeneous polyol mixture, which provides a low resilience foam with two glass transition temperatures. The existence of two tan 8 peaks, a glass...
Rigid foams blown with hydrocarbons have shown a great progress since this technology was implemented in 1992 in Europe, and culminated, last year, in the introduction of blends of hydrocarbons and more particularly cyclopentane/isobutane. Also recently, other blends have found favor where the...
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