Solstice® LBA Selected for Net-Zero Energy Home Retrofit Project

Whirlpool Corp. and Purdue University selected spray foam insulation with Solstice Liquid Blowing Agent to retrofit a 2800 sq. ft. home built in 1928. The house was transformed into an energy efficiency showcase and learning lab.

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Finely-Tuned Performance

Article in PU Magazine outlines the environmental impact benefits found in the recent Life Cycle Analysis study using Solstice® LBA in open and ccSPF formulations.

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Potential CO2e Savings of 60M Metric Tons/Year

Broad adoption of Solstice® Liquid Blowing Agent could save about 60 million metric tons per year of CO2 equivalent, comparable to eliminating emissions from more than 11.8 million cars every year*.
*Source: GHG Equivalencies Calculator

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What is a Foam Blowing Agent?

Our brief video provides a high level overview of foam blowing agent technology. Learn how it contributes to the energy efficiency of residential and commercial appliances, homes and commercial buildings, and transportation via ships and trucks.

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    What’s New

    Safer Choice: Nonflammable Solstice® LBA

    Distinctly different from hydrocarbon foam blowing agents, Solstice Liquid Blowing Agent does not require flammability risk mitigation for shipment, storage, handling and processing, and provides excellent insulation performance to polyurethane foam.

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    Featured Applications

    Appliance Insulation

    Greater energy efficiency and lower system costs than cyclopentane with Solstice LBA.

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    Spray Foam Insulation

    Specify Enovate® 245fa or Solstice LBA for your spray foam application.

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    Up to 7% better performance than cyclopentane in construction panel foam insulation.

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    Video Tutorial

    What is a foam blowing agent? Why is it important?

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    Foam Blowing Agents Resources

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