The percentage isocyanate content of these cross-linkers, hexamethylene
di-isocyanate (HDI) trimer (N-3390), HDI biuret (N-75) and 4,4'-methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) were 19.
Bayer MaterialScience, which is now operating under the new name Covestro, is celebrating a major anniversary: 50 years of hexamethylene
diisocyanate (HDI) production in Leverkusen.
This research provides information on upstream raw materials suppliers and price analysis (adipic acid, hexamethylene
diamine and caprolactam), processing equipments and suppliers' analysis, 2009-2014 key applications and consumption as well as key regions and consumption analysis for nylon copolymer.
To gauge the relative value of rPET derived polyols for coatings, a representative sampling of various commercial polyols were obtained and formulated into two-component clear coatings using hexamethylene
diisocyanate (HDI) trimer (isocyanurate).
Now the 18-year-old has pleaded guilty to making volatile explosive Hexamethylene
triperoxide diamine (HNTD), between September 1 last year and June 11.
Crosslinking of dermal sheep collagen using hexamethylene
The anti-reversion performance of these process additives was compared with three different anti-reversion chemicals available commercially, including 1,3-bis (citraconimido-methyl) benzene (CIMB), hexamethylene
bisthiosulphate di-sodium salt (HTS) and bis(triethoxysilylpropyl) tetrasulfide (TESPT).
Curing was accomplished using a hexamethylene
dipolyisocyanate (HDI) grade polyisocyanate.
Invista, a worldwide producer of nylon intermediates and fibers, has received Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval from the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau for a 215,000-ton per year hexamethylene
diamine (HMD) plant at the Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park.
Michael DeMarfio of the New York Police Department Bomb Squad later tested the powdery substance and confirmed that it was 7 grams of hexamethylene
triperoxide diamine, or HMTD, which, according to court documents, is a highly explosive substance used in bombs.
Formaldehyde, toluene, xylene, styrene, methacrylate, ethylbenzene, and hexamethylene
triamine are just a few of the chemicals given off by new carpeting.
For noncancer effects, the leading contributors are acrolein, 2,4-toluene, diisocyanate, chlorine, diesel PM, hexamethylene
diisocyanate, hydrochloric acid, and manganese compounds.