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About the Diisocyanates Panel

Chartered in 1988, the Diisocyanates Panel sponsors research on MDI and TDI, monitors impending regulations, legislation, and other initiatives.

Material Safe Handling Guidance

The following offers resources developed to provide information on handling, storing and transporting MDI and TDI, including their use in making polyurethane foams.

Diisocyanates Explained

Diisocyanates are a family of chemical building blocks mainly used to make polyurethane products, such as rigid and flexible foams, coatings, adhesives, sealants and elastomers.


Every day, we rely on products made possible from diisocyanates (DII) chemistry such as footwear and clothing to insulation and furniture to the cars we drive, to name a few.


Footwear manufacturers value the incredible versatility of PU for various parts of the shoe or boot design.