Product name: Dabco 25-S
Alias: Dabco 25-S, Lupragen N202, TEDA-L25B, PC CAT TD 25, Dabco tertiary amine catalyst, polyurethane tertiary amine catalyst, catalyst 25-S, catalyst for soles
Product description: DABCO 25-S sole catalyst
The DABCO 25-S catalyst is a tertiary polyurethane amine composed of a solution of 25% triethylenediamine (TEDA) and 75% 1,4-butanediol (BDO). DASCO 25S catalyst is a strong catalyst for urethane reaction (polyol-isocyanate). It is usually used in shoe sole applications and can also be used in flexible foam applications.
Typical physical properties:
Appearance colorless transparent liquid
Specific gravity 1.02
Viscosity@25℃ mPa.s 110
Water soluble at 25℃, completely dissolved
Flash point, ℃ ＞108
Multifunctional polyurethane amine catalyst
Polyurethane gel catalyst to promote the late reaction of polyurethane foaming
Liquid, easy to measure and use
DABCO 25-S catalyst is mainly used in microporous polyurethane formulations containing 1,4-butanediol (BDO).
Keep unopened for two years
Storage and transportation:
Should be sealed and stored in a dry, cool and ventilated warehouse
200KG/drum Storage: It is recommended to store in a dry and cool area with proper ventilation. After the original packaging, please fasten the packaging cover as soon as possible to prevent the water and other substances from mixing into the product and affecting its performance. Store in a cool, dry place, keep the container sealed and avoid contact with oxides. Do not breathe dust, avoid skin and mucous membrane contact. Smoking, eating and drinking are prohibited in the workplace. After work, shower and change clothes. Store contaminated clothing separately and wash it before reuse. Maintain good hygiene habits. Air Chemicals recommends that all polyurethane catalysts be stored in a dry and cool place with proper ventilation. All storage containers must be well sealed to avoid contact with water or other influential substances, because this may change the product in use. Performance. The storage temperature is 10°C to 30°C. Lower or higher temperatures are not suitable and should be avoided as much as possible.