Huntsman launches new DaltoPIR technology in India

Huntsman launches new DaltoPIR technology in India

6:56 AM, 29th September 2018
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MUMBAI, INDIA: Huntsman has launched its DaltoPIR technology, a PIR-based insulation technology, designed to improve the production and performance of foam panels in India. Huntsman’s DaltoPIR technology has the potential to transform the production of fire retardant, polyisocyanurate (PIR) sandwich panels.

Huntsman’s DaltoPIR technology offers a different viscosity build-up in rising foam, which enables more stable, more consistent processing. This, in turn, can help panel producers achieve better panel planarity and quicker line speeds. Furthermore, the resulting foam has very low friability, which contributes positively to the long-term properties of the panels. The product fared well in the company’s stringent durability tests, where foam panels were subjected to long temperature cycles and their aesthetic properties were constantly monitored.

The new technology has been fully integrated into an innovative product portfolio, containing several foam systems for different lamination conditions and fire-resistance standards.

“At Huntsman, innovation is deeply ingrained into everything we do. The launch of our new DaltoPIR technology is further testament to our commitment towards offering increased production efficiency and greater output to our buyers. With this technology, we hope to transform the way fire retardant, polyisocyanurate (PIR) panels are produced in the country,” said John Hobdell, Director- PU Technology, Huntsman.

The product was launched at the PU Tech Innovation Day 2018 held in Mumbai.

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