Honeywell has invested more than one billion dollars in its Solstice® technology, having anticipated the need for lower-global-warming-potential (LGWP) solutions more than a decade ago. Solstice® liquid and gaseous blowing agents for foam insulation applications are based on hydrofluoro-olefin (HFO) technology, and with a global warming potential (GWP) of 1, 99.9% lower than hydrocarbons (HFC) blowing agents. Solstice® blowing agents are helping customers realize their energy efficiency goals, with a 10% improvement in insulation performance vs hydrocarbons. Solstice® blowing agents are non-ozone-depleting, nonflammable (ASTM E-681 and EU A11), listed under the U.S. EPA’s Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program to replace ozone-depleting substances, listed on the TSCA inventory/registered under REACH, and is VOC-exempt (per U.S. EPA).
- Applicable for new systems, offers an optimal balance of properties, including better energy performance and stronger eco-efficiency
- is a proven replacement for HCFC-141b and other hydrofluorocarbon and nonfluorocarbon blowing agents in rigid polyurethane foam.
- is ideal for extruded polystyrene (XPS) and one- and two-component PUR foams. It replaces HFC-134a and other blowing agents with a GWP < 1.
- offers proven insulating performance and excellent materials compatibility.
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