TEDA–Trithylene Diamine

It is also known on the market as 1,4-ethylenepiperazine,1,4-diazabicyclo{2,2,2] octane, Triethylene Diamine. It is frequently marketed under the brand names DETA and DABCO.

What is TEDA?

Triethylenediamine is a catalyst for urethane polymerization. It is a white solid with an odor similar to ammonia. (CAS#: 280-57-9)

What is TEDA used for?

TEDA is a gelling catalyst for urethanes, often diluted in dipropylene glycol or ethyleneglycol. It is mainly used in rigid and semi-rigid foam and in CASE applications.

Main characteristics of TEDA

  • Solid at room temperature
  • Flammable

Packaging

TEDA Crystal in 25 kg boxes.

We are suppliers of TEDA in Mexico.

We comply with the Official Mexican NORM NOM-018-STPS-2015, for its commercialization.

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