Honeywell has launched Solstice as a brand name for its low-global-warming-potential (GWP) materials.
Honeywell Specialty Materials, Morris Township, N.J., has
launched Solstice as a brand name for its low-global-warming-potential (GWP)
materials. The brand will be used for the family of stationary and mobile
refrigerants, blowing agents, propellants and solvents that Honeywell continues
to develop and commercialize.
Solstice products are based on Honeywell’s hydrofluoro-olefin
technology and help customers lower the carbon footprint without compromising
The brand name will include HFO-1234yf, a air-conditioning
refrigerant, and HFO-1234ze, a agent and propellant.
According to the company, the
Solstice brand reflects the products’ environmental properties,
including their insulating capabilities for foam and their cooling
capabilities for refrigerant and automotive air-conditioning applications.
Honeywell Launches Low GWP Materials
October 25, 2011