Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate (MDI) CAS:101-68-8 Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate is produced by a 4 steps reaction based on benzene as feedstock. There are 3 isomers of MDI : 2,2-MDI, 2,4-MDI, and 4,4-MDI. The 4,4 isomer is known as pure or monomeric MDI (mMDI).The Polymeric MDI so called Crude MI contains monomeric MDI and products with higher […]
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In October 2017, Arpadis become one of Arkema’s official distributors for the 4th generation blowing agent, the Forane® 1233zd.
The Forane® 1233zd is a Hydro Fluoro Olefin (HFO) that is mainly used to improve the thermal performance of foam in continuous and discontinuous sandwich panel (showing up to 10% better results vs to pentane as well as 4% vs HFC-245fa ). Furthermore The Forane® 1233zd has extremely low GWP (Global Warming Potential), low environmental impact, better blowing efficiency, improved foam properties and excellent initial and long term insulation values , whereas this product is non-flammable .
For 2023, the quantity of HFC available on the market will be highly reduced and replaced by HFO in all types of foam. (cf. Regulation F-Gas).
Arpadis sales Team do the best to fully meet the needs of our customer thanks to a very good relationship and support of the marketing and R&D Arkema’s team.
Arkema is a French specialty chemicals and advanced materials company with headquarter based in Paris. Arkema’s products can be found in many application (paints, adhesives, sport, animal feed, transport, automotive, aerospace, packaging, building & construction,…). Present in 55 countries, Arkema has 20.000 employees in 136 plants and 13 R&D centres.
2-Ethyl Hexyl Acrylate CAS:103-11-7 Production 2-Ethyl Hexyl Acrylate is produced by reacting 2-ethyl hexanol and acrylic acid in a dehydratation process that acts as the catalyst. 2-Ethyl Hexyl Acrylate will react with oxidising agents such as alkalis and will polymerise when heated. Polymerisation is inhibited by hydroquinone. 2-Ethyl Hexyl Acrylate Chemical Structure Composition. Uses 2-Ethyl […]