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Gelling Catalysts

Tri-iso distributes a wide range of catalysts that allow formulators to produce high quality polyurethane systems.  Catalysts are chemicals that reduce the energy of activation, allowing reactions to occur faster and at lower temperatures than otherwise possible.  

Tri-iso distributes polyurethane catalysts based on tin carboxylates, amines, bismuth carboxylates, zinc carboxylates, zirconium carboxylates, and nickel carboxylates.

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Rhein Chemie Addocat 102
Rhein Chemie Addocat 102

Polyurethane Catalyst - tertiary amine - N-methylimidazole (NMI) read more
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Rhein Chemie Addocat 108
Rhein Chemie Addocat 108

Polyurethane Catalyst - tertiary amine - Bis-(2-diemthylaminoethyl)-ether in DPG read more
Addocat 108
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Rhein Chemie Addocat 117
Rhein Chemie Addocat 117

Polyurethane Catalyst - tertiary amine - low odor read more
Addocat 117
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Rhein Chemie Addocat 1872
Rhein Chemie Addocat 1872

Heat Latent Polyurethane Catalyst- tertiary amine - dimethyltetrahydropyrimidine read more
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Rhein Chemie Addocat 201
Rhein Chemie Addocat 201

Polyurethane Catalyst -organic metal compound - dibutyltin dilaurate read more
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Rhein Chemie Addocat DB
Rhein Chemie Addocat DB

Polyurethane Catalyst - tertiary amine -2,2-N,N benzyldimethylamine. read more
Addocat DB
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Rhein Chemie Addocat PP
Rhein Chemie Addocat PP

Polyurethane Catalyst - tertiary amines read more
Addocat PP
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Rhein Chemie Addocat SO
Rhein Chemie Addocat SO

Polyurethane Catalyst - stannous octoate read more
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8

Polyurethane catalyst blend of bismuth carboxylate and zinc carboxylate. read more
BiCAT 8
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8106
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8106

Polyurethane catalyst based on bismuth NDA (20%), with low free acid in DPG read more
BiCAT 8106
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8108
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8108

Polyurethane catalyst based on bismuth neodecanoate (20%). read more
BiCAT 8108
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8118
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8118

Polyurethane catalyst based on bismuth neodecanoate (16%). read more
BiCAT 8118
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8124
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8124

Polyurethane catalyst based on bismuth neodecanoate (28%), low free acid. read more
BiCAT 8124
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8220
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8220

Polyurethane catalyst based on bismuth octoate (24%). read more
BiCAT 8220
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8222
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8222

Polyurethane catalyst based on bismuth octoate (8.2%). read more
BiCAT 8222
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8312
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT 8312

Polyurethane catalyst based on bismuth naphthenate (15%). read more
BiCAT 8312
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Shepherd Chemical BiCAT Z
Shepherd Chemical BiCAT Z

Polyurethane catalyst based on zinc neodecanoate (19%) read more
BiCAT Z
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Catalysts do not directly participate in the reaction, and remain unchanged in the system once the reaction is complete.   Gelling catalysts are most selective to catalyzing the reaction of the isocyanate with hydroxyl groups, whereas blowing catalysts are foaming catalysts.

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