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Huntsman Polyurethanes is a global leader in MDI-based polyurethanes, serving over 3,000 customers in more than 90 countries. We have worldscale production facilities in the US, the Netherlands and China, and 13 highly capable downstream formulation facilities which are located close to our customers, worldwide.

 

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Polymeric MDI Moisture Cure Prepolymers

      Monomeric MDI

 
Polyurea Prepolymer Specialty MDI Prepolymers
Primers and Sealers Specialty Diols and Triols
Polymer Concrete Amine, Phenol, Sorbitol and Sucrose-based Polyether Polyols

 

Polymeric MDI

Category Description % NCO Fn Specific Gravity @ 25 C Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
             

Standard Polymeric

SUPRASEC 5025 Isocyanate 31.0 2.70 1.23 135 210
  Low acidity polymeric optimal for controlled system reactivity          
  RUBINATE M Isocyanate 31.0 2.70 1.23 135 210
  Standard polymeric MDI          
             

Modified Polymeric

RUBINATE 9016 Isocyanate 31.0 2.66 1.24 135 250
  Slow-reacting polymeric to provide extended open times          
  RUBINATE 1820 Isocyanate 32.0 2.47 1.23 131 70
  Medium functionality modified polymeric          
  SUPRASEC 9615 Isocyanate 32.1 2.36 1.23 131 50
  Polymeric MDI modified with a moderate level of 2,4' MDI isomer          
  RUBINATE 1245 Isocyanate 32.8 2.21 1.23 128 25
  Polymeric MDI modified with a high level of 2,4' MDI isomer content          
             

High Functionality Polymeric

RUBINATE 9257 Isocyanate 31.0 2.90 1.25 135 700
  Increased functionality polymeric          

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Monomeric MDI

Category Description % NCO Fn Specific Gravity @ 25 C Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
             
Standard Pure RUBINATE 44 Isocyanate 33.5 2.00 1.22 125 Solid
  Pure 4,4' MDI melting point 38°C          
             
Modified Monomeric-Mixed Isomer-Modified Pure MDI containing different levels of 2,4' MDI isomer to improve low-temperature stability and lengthen reactivity          
  RUBINATE 9433 Isocyanate 31.8 2.01 1.21 132 15
  SUPRASEC 2004 Isocyanate 32.8 2.01 1.22 128 15
  SUPRASEC 9150 Isocyanate 33.8 2.05 1.22 126 15
             
Modified Monomeric-Uretonomine-Modified Modified pure MDI to maximize physical properties          
  SUPRASEC 9561 Isocyanate 29.3 2.10 1.21 143 36
  RUBINATE 1680 Isocyanate 29.5 2.12 1.23 142 40
  RUBINATE 9225 Isocyanate 31.5 2.05 1.22 133 25

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Polyurea Prepolymer

Category Description % NCO Fn Specific Gravity @ 25 C Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
             

Mixed Isomer

-Modified

Polyether prepolymers containing different levels of 2,4' MDI isomer. Provides slightly slower reactivity and improved surface appearance          
  SUPRASEC 9114 Isocyanate 15.1 2.04 1.12 278 475
  Contains propylene carbonate          
  RUBINATE 9480 Isocyanate 15.2 2.00 1.14 276 370
  Contains propylene carbonate          
  SUPRASEC 9603 Isocyanate 16.0 2.00 1.14 263 250
  Contains propylene carbonate          
             

Uretonomine

-Modified

Uretonomine-modified polyether prepolymers with higher levels of 4,4' MDI Isomer to provide improved physical properties.          
  RUBINATE 9447 Isocyanate 12.3 2.05 1.10 341 1200
  Contains propylene carbonate. Designed for Shore A 80-90 hardness polyurea coatings.          
  RUBINATE 9495 Isocyanate 15.1 2.06 1.14 278 400
  Contains propylene carbonate. Designed for Shore D 40-50 hardness polyurea coatings.          
  RUBINATE 9009 Isocyanate 15.8 2.13 1.12 266 1200
  Designed for Shore D 40-50 hardness polyurea coatings.          

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Primers and Sealers

Category Description % NCO Fn Specific Gravity @ 25 C Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
             

Primers and

Sealers

SUPRASEC 9611 Isocyanate 12.0 2.40 1.16 350 425
  A novel one-component (1k), VOC-exempt approach to polyurethane primers. Can be used as is or modified with catalysts, pigments or other additives.          
  SUPRASEC 9584 Isocyanate 24.1 2.67 1.22 174 45
  Designed for usage in two-component primer systems (2k), this VOC-exempt product works well with green resins, such as castor oil, to produce a primer on porous substrates.          
  RUBINATE 9259 Isocyanate 30.2 2.67 1.23 139 210
  A chemically-modified MDI that can readily form an emulsion in water for two hours. Produces a non-film forming coating on concrete.          

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Polymer Concrete

Category Description % NCO Fn Specific Gravity @ 25 C Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
             
Polymer Concrete SUPRASEC 9610 Isocyanate 29.6 2.48 1.16 142 108
  Modified isocyanate with longest open time and higher gloss surface          
  SUPRASEC 2496 Isocyanate 31.3 2.52 1.23 134 85
  Slightly higher functionality with a slower reactivity          
  RUBINATE 9041 Isocyanate 32.0 2.47 1.23 131 65
  Specialized isocyanate for polymer concrete and provides a matte surface          

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Moisture Cure Prepolymers

Category Description % NCO Fn Specific Gravity @ 25 C Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
             
Moisture Cure Prepolymers RUBINATE 9272 Isocyanate 8.4 2.00 1.08 500 2500
  High elongation prepolymer, can be used as a flexibilizer for Rubinate 9511 or Rubinate 9234          
  RUBINATE 9040 Isocyanate 9.7 2.00 1.10 433 2000
  Clear, slow curing, flexible binder ideal for rubber crumb applications          
  SUPRASEC 9577 Isocyanate 15.2 2.32 1.11 276 3300
  Fast curing, amber prepolymer with improved heat and moisture resistance          
  RUBINATE 9511 Isocyanate 15.9 2.41 1.13 264 2300
  Amber prepolymer that provides excellent tensile, tear strength and bonding characteristics          
  RUBINATE 9234 Isocyanate 16.0 2.53 1.12 263 3100
  Comparable performance to RUBINATE 9511, but with an extended open time          

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Specialty MDI Prepolymers

Category Description % NCO Fn Specific Gravity @ 25 C Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
             
Uretonomine-Modified Polyester Prepolymers RUBINATE 1234 Isocyanate 18.9 2.01 1.18 222 1250
  Controlled, low acidity          
  SUPRASEC 9612 Isocyanate 19.0 2.01 1.18 221 1225
  Higher acidity for flexibility in controlling the reaction          
             
Pure-Based Polyether Prepolymers RUBINATE 1209 Isocyanate 21.5 2.12 1.16 195 390
  Low temperature stable          
  RUBINATE 1790 Isocyanate 23.2 2.01 1.19 181 1050
             
Mixed Isomer-Based Polyether Prepolymers RUBINATE 9271 Isocyanate 23.5 2.00 1.20 179 500
  Low temperature stable          
             
Uretonomine-Modified Polyether Prepolymers RUBINATE 9465 Isocyanate 22.9 2.12 1.18 183 250
  Low temperature stable          
  SUPRASEC 2029 Isocyanate 24.1 2.10 1.22 174 500
  Low temperature stable          
  RUBINATE 1670 Isocyanate 26.2 2.06 1.21 160 200
             
Polymeric Containing Polyether Prepolymers SUPRASEC 7507 Isocyanate 25.1 2.29 1.19 167 315
  RUBINATE 1920 Isocyanate 27.0 2.20 1.22 156 200
  Low temperature stable          

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Specialty Diols and Triols

Category Description Molecular Weight Fn Specific Gravity @ 25C OH# Eq. Wgt Visc (CPS) @ 25C
               
Di-Functional Polyether Diol, All PO Dipropylene Glycol Initiated JEFFOL PPG-1000 Polyol 1000 2.0 1.01 112 500 150
  JEFFOL PPG-2000 Polyol 2000 2.0 1.01 56 1000 370
               
Di-Functional Polyether Diol, EO Tipped Dipropylene Glycol Initiated JEFFOL PPG-2801 Polyol 2800 2.0 1.02 40 1400 600
  JEFFOL PPG-3706 Polyol 3800 2.0 1.02 30 1870 775
               
Tri-Functional Polyether Diols, All PO Glycerine-Initiated JEFFOL FX31-167 Polyol 1008 3.0 1.00 167 336 250
  JEFFOL FX31-240 Polyol 700 3.0 1.03 240 236 250
  JEFFOL G30-650 Polyol 260 3.0 1.09 650 86 880
               
Tri-Functional Polyether Diols, EO-Tipped Glycerine Initiated JEFFOL G31-28 Polyol 6000 3.0 1.02 28 2000 1175
  JEFFOL G31-35 Polyol 4800 3.0 1.02 35 1600 900
               
Tri-Functional Polyether Diols, High EO Glycerine Initiated JEFFOL G31-43 Polyol 4000 3.0 1.06 43 1300 950

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Amine, Phenol, Sorbitol and Sucrose-based Polyether Polyols

Category Description Mol WGT Fn Specific Gravity @ 25C OH# Eq. WGT Visc (CPS) @ 25C
Aliphatic Amine Initiated JEFFOL A-630 Polyol 350 3.0 1.06 635 90 430
  JEFFOL A-800 Polyol 280 4.0 1.05 800 70 20000
Aromatic Amine/DEG Initiated JEFFOL AD-310 Polyol 580 3.2 1.00 310 180 2400
  JEFFOL AD-500 Polyol 360 3.2 1.00 500 112 18000
Phenol Initiated JEFFOL R-350X Polyol 465 2.9 1.11 530 160 14000
Nonyl-Phenol Initiated JEFFOL R-425X Polyol 422 3.2 1.06 425 132 4500
  JEFFOL R-470X Polyol 394 3.3 1.05 470 120 8200
Sorbitol Initiated JEFFOL S-490 Polyol 700 4.7 1.11 490 115 9000
Sucrose/Amine Initiated JEFFOL SA-499 Polyol 487 4.3 1.11 495 113 6500
Sucrose/DEG Initiated JEFFOL SD-361 Polyol 690 4.4 1.08 360 156 2500
  JEFFOL SD-441 Polyol 550 4.3 1.08 440 127 5500
Sucrose/Glycerine Initiated JEFFOL SG-360 Polyol 730 4.7 1.08 360 156 3500
  JEFFOL SG-522 Polyol 539 5.0 1.17 520 108 27000

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