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Introduction

TERRIN™ polyols can be used in lieu of or in combination with conventional polyether or polyester polyols to formulate a variety of polyurethane products designed to be soft and flexible—or hard and stiff. These versatile, aliphatic, polyester polyols can be used in applications ranging from viscoelastic foam to spray coatings and adhesives to elastomeric resins.

Features and Specifications

  • Cost competitive in comparison to conventional polyols
  • Contain a minimum of 50% recycled content. TERRIN™ 170 polyol is made from raw materials that all either recycled or renewable(1)
  • All liquids with relatively low viscosities
  • Have similar hydroxyl values to castor oil, and can be substituted on a nearly equal weight basis
  • Supply of TERRIN™ polyols is not dependent on weather and planting cycles

Specifications and Typical Properties of TERRIN™ Polyols

TERRIN™ polyol TERRIN™ 168 TERRIN™ 168G TERRIN™ 170
Hydroxyl value, mg KOH/g(2) 160-180 160-180 160-180
Acid number, mg KOH/g(2) 1.5 max 1.5 max 1.5 max
Water, weight %(2) 0.1 max 0.1 max 0.1 max
Density, g/cm3 at 23°C 1.1 1.1 1.1
Equivalent weight, g 312-351 312-351 312-351
Hydroxyl type Mainly primary Primary and secondary Primary and secondary
Viscosity, cP at 23°C 350 typical 830 typical 5500 typical
Average functionality 1.8 typical 2.0 typical 2.5 typical
Glass transition temp., Tg 312-351 312-351 312-351
Recycled or renewable content, wt% 50% minimum 60% minimum 100%
Color Brown Brown Brown

1) As defined by ISO 14021, Section 7.8; preliminary estimate based on small-scale production.
2) Property is included in the product specification

Product Regulatory Information Sheets and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are available on the INVISTA Intermediates Product Stewardship site.