[image_0]Invista says it continues its commitment to sustainability and the polyurethane industry by developing products with recycled and renewable content. According to the company, the Terrin product portfolio contains 100 % aliphatic polyester polyols that contain a minimum of 50 % recycled content - with some containing renewable content, as well. They can be used in lieu of or in combination with conventional polyether or polyester polyols to formulate a variety of polyurethane products. Terrin polyols are versatile materials that can be used in applications ranging from viscoelastic foam to spray coatings and adhesives to elastomeric resins. "It's an exciting time as we continue to develop the Terrin polyols line, said Richard Beatty, technical fellow at Invista. "The Terrin polyols series is a unique, cost-competitive offering - and we're learning more about how it can play in different types of product markets. As we work with customers, we continue to uncover new applications that benefit from using Terrin polyols, Beatty said. The Terrin polyols team, as well as Invista's Terate polyols and Terathane PTMEG teams, will be exhibiting at the Utech North America exhibition, stand 529, from 4 - 5 June 2014 at the Charlotte Convention Center in North Carolina.