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Terate®

Adhesives ingredients supplied by Invista Specialty Chemicals

Terate® is a family of robust, high-performing aromatic polyester polyols by INVISTA. They deliver superior burn performance and high weight and high-volume retention in fire and smoke testing in polyurethanes and polyisocyanurates. These polyols are available with a variety of functionalities, hydroxyl values, and equivalent weights. They offer advances in ease of processing and efficiency in rigid foam manufacture, as well as improved adhesion to various substrates, including cold adhesion for spray applications

Terate® polyols are used for a variety of applications including polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foams as well as in coatings, adhesives, elastomers and sealants.
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Terate® HT 2004 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol. It improves flammability and physical properties. It helps to reduce flame retardant loading in polyurethane and polyisocyanurate rigid... view more
Terate® HT 4020 by Invista is an aromatic polyester specifically used in polyurethane (PUR) closed-cell spray foams. It delivers burn performance in industry testing, forming char with minimum... view more
Terate® HT 5100 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol with inherent functionality and fire performance advantage over polyether polyols. It improves flammability and physical properties. It... view more
Terate® HT 5150 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol with inherent functionality and fire performance advantage over polyether polyols. It offers improved adhesion, flowability and processing... view more
Terate® HT 5232 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol formulated for used in polyurethane (PUR) and polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam systems such as spray foams. It is also used in closed-cell spray... view more
Terate® HT 5349 by Invista is a highly functional, aromatic polyester polyol specifically used in polyurethane (PUR) closed-cell spray foams. It delivers burn performance in industry testing... view more
Terate® HT 5350 by Invista is a highly versatile aromatic polyester polyol. It is suitable for use in polyurethane (PUR) applications that requires low viscosity, enhanced blowing agent... view more
Terate® HT 5500 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol with improved flammability and physical properties. It delivers burn performance in industry testing, forming char with minimum shrinkage... view more
Terate® HT 5502 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol. It exhibits improves flammability and physical performance. It delivers burn performance in industry testing, forming char with minimum... view more
Terate® HT 5503 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol with improved flammability and physical properties. It delivers burn performance in industry testing, forming char with minimum shrinkage... view more
Terate® HT 5510 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol. It has high acid and hydroxyl number. It exhibits improved flammability and physical properties. It delivers burn performance in industry... view more
Terate® HT 5511 by Invista is an aromatic polyester polyol with improved flammability and physical properties. It delivers burn performance in industry testing, forming char with minimum shrinkage... view more
Aromatic polyester polyol. Offers high compressive strength, high weight retention and high volume retention in fire and smoke testing... view more
Aromatic polyester polyol. Offers high compressive strength, high weight retention and high volume retention in fire and smoke testing... view more
Aromatic polyester polyol. Offers high compressive strength, high weight retention and high volume retention in fire and smoke testing... view more
Aromatic polyester polyol. Offers high compressive strength, high weight retention and high volume retention in fire and smoke testing... view more
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