Oxidís Terol“ line of aromatic polyester polyols are used in the manufacture of polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foams which are found in walk-in coolers, architectural panels, picnic coolers, spray foams, architectural moldings, buns, and in boards produced by the continuous lamination process. The addition of Terols to PUR and PIR foam formulations improves fire resistance because of the high aromatic content and reduces system cost because Terols replace the more expensive polyether polyols and fire retardant.
The performance requirements of a foam system are demanding and vary substantially according to the end product application. Oxid therefore manufactures its products specific to the application so that our customers can realize the maximum benefit of improved fire resistance and cost reduction.
Our product line includes:
1. Polyols incorporating renewable resources. Combined with Terol's historic recovered/recycled content, our products provide a combination of use of resource conserving raw materials and energy conservation end use application.
2. Polyols with enhanced functionality for improved foam properties such as compressive strength and dimensional stability
3. Polyols with low hydroxyl numbers for systems where water is a major blowing agent
4. High aromatic content polyols to meet stringent fire test standards
5. Polyols specifically designed for use with new generation blowing agents
6. Polyols with high pentane solubility specially suited for systems. These polyols also have high functionality so that high loading is possible without sacrificing foam properties. As always Oxidís Terol polyester polyols have high aromatic content.
Continuing Oxid's tradition of innovative technical leadership, new
products are being constantly developed and manufactured in our new
production facility to meet newly evolving requirements.