Fire Resistance

Improve the FIRE RESISTANCE of most PIR Foams by replacing TCPP, TEP or TOP additives without sacrificing performance.

We think that you don’t need to compromise the properties of your PIR Foams to make them flame retardant. You know that the addition of TCPP alternatives (like TEP) degrades compressive strength.

You will be able to offer a better solution to your customers. Not having to add FR agents saves the customer money because it prevents them from having to revamp their formula when one of these FR agents is banned.

Our Value

Improve the R-Value at low temperature of most PIR Foams, as a result of adding HoneyBee.

R-value can be improved over temperature without adding adulterant such as glass wool.

We believe that adding glass wool or another adulterant is unnecessary if you have an additive that can give you the same K-factor without adulterants. This also gives you an edge-up on the competition and sells more material.

You can save money avoiding the unnecessary use of glass wood and provide a more efficient product to the end user.

Replace traditional high VOC catalysts in Spray Foams.

Adding Yellow Jacket additives into a Spray formula at ~20% level can lessen or even alleviate the need for traditional volatile amine catalysts.

  • Fairly easy to use and incorporate
  • Cost effective
  • Has a performance advantage that other solutions do not have (in addition to K-factor). This could be a decrease in friability or an increase in compressive strength, and/or desirable cell structure.

Lowering of Tg and a tunable Tg range with Yellow Jacket in Visco Foams.

The Tg and Tg range of flexible foam is something that is hard to control with industry standard polyols and additives. Typically, multiple additives are needed to gain the desired effect on one property, let alone several.

By using Yellow Jacket additives at an appropriate level to enhance the properties of flex foam formulations.

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