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Liquiflo Pumps are the Ideal Solution for MDI and TDI

Posted on by R Andrew Springer

MDI and TDI Clogged PumpMethylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) and toluene diisocyanate (TDI) react with ANY residual water instantly, forming polyurethane foams. Any -OH group can cause this reaction, but water is the most commonly found. Liquiflo has successfully pumped this chemical without incident and has a “DO NOT TEST WITH WATER” option for their pumps. Don’t lose a second because of bad reactions, use a Liquiflo pump!

Liquiflo Features and Benefits:

  • H2O Free Testing Methods
  • Guaranteed Water Free Pumps Upon Delivery
  • Broad Range of Flows and Pressures
  • Proven to Work with Isocyanates like MDI and TDI