New developments in foam production                       XPS – co-blown CO2/ethanol               Waterblown PU Foams pre...
Since the 1st January 2011 the GTZ changed it’s name to GIZ dueto a merger with:    DED – Deutscher Entwichlungsdienst Gmb...
Content Introduction GIZ Proklima HCFC Phase out – low-GWP alternatives Future replacement blowing agents for HCFC PU Foam...
HCFC phase-out and HFC phase down            Montreal Protocol Obligation to phase out the            use of HCFCs until 2...
worldwide HFC-emissions           40                projection till 2050           35           30                   total...
ODP & GWP of selected foam blowing agents      Substance   ODP         GWP   CFC-11          1          4,680   HCFC-141b ...
Future replacement blowing agents for HCFCThe phase out of HCFC (141b) reopens the chapter of selection of blowingagent.Th...
Future replacement blowing agents for HCFC                Introduction – Waste Management   The GIZ is implementing in Bra...
Blowing agent principleA blowing agent helps the nucleation processand creates a foam composed of cells (openor closed)In ...
Blowing agent principleThe gas in liquid state is ejected together with the foamand during the transformation in gaseous s...
Thermal conductivityλFoam = λP + λG + λR+ λCλP = heat conduction of the cell framework ++++λG = heat conduction of the cel...
Thermal conductivityFactors that influence the λ Foam   Design of the product   Cell size, distribution and orientation   ...
Insulation properties   As we already noted thermal conductivity (λ W*m/K) is one   of the properties, although important ...
Blowing agent overview – PU foams                                                   Methyl types  U-HFC Fluor based       ...
Blowing agent overview - PU                                                               U-HFC                           ...
Blowing agent overview - XPSThe properties of XPS derive from its use in the construction sector wherethe XPS is used as i...
XPS blowing agent development      Development                                                               CO2          ...
XPS Technology options Typical blowing agents (BLA) used are:Common used in Art.5             Used in Europe/US (HCFC bann...
XPS Technology optionsAt the moment the alternatives to HCFC used can be summarized as follows:   Country                 ...
China: Converting XPS foam production from F-gases       to climate-friendly CO2 technologyThe purpose of this pilot proje...
XPS conversion from 142b/22 –        CO2+Ethanol• The GIZ Proklima together with MEP/FECO (PRC)  financed by the BMU (Bund...
XPS conversion from 142b/22 –               CO2+Ethanol • Following the successful commissioning the company is   experime...
XPS Machinery conversion remarksThe benchmark is not easy when considering the optimal solutions which can be provided in ...
XPS sector China Strong growth in the sector (ca. 20% p.a.) due to new energy-efficiency regulations for buildings Based o...
Waterblown foam test IranThe first question to ask why Waterblown for a commercialrefrigeration company?The GIZ as lead ag...
Waterblown foam test IranThe second important question to ask: How important is thefoam?Commercial refrigerators in superm...
Waterblown foam test IranScope of our tests?  Together with BASF (Lemförde) tests are performed which will  be finalised i...
Waterblown foam test IranExpectations commercial refrigeration companiesBefore we started and discussed with BASF our view...
Waterblown foam test IranPreliminary results during the foaming already confirmed severalexpectations: Machine settings  F...
Waterblown foam test IranLet the company produce the refrigerators as they normally do, in order toestablish the BAU statu...
Waterblown foam test IranPreliminary conclusions    The manufacture of commercial refrigerators is challenging    with reg...
Remarks to the PU - blowing agent            selectionIntegral foams in the EU-USA-Japan are nearly 100% waterblown(FSK). ...
Remarks to the XPS - blowing agent     selectionMost of the producers use a mixture of blowing agents because ofconstraint...
Blowing agent selectionThe major challenge during the HCFC phase out is the availability ofHCFC when replacements are more...
Barriers to low-GWP refrigerants         GIZ Proklima activities to help         overcome barriers• Example: Comprehensive...
Conclusions Increase in foam production expected in the region due to different policies (climate change, energy efficienc...
Thank you!Contact:Proklima InternationalDeutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbHDag-Hammarskjöld-Weg...
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  1. 1. New developments in foam production XPS – co-blown CO2/ethanol Waterblown PU Foams preliminary results GIZ Proklima International UNEP ECA Network Meeting 11th May 2011, Belgrade Bernhard Siegele, GIZ-ProklimaProjects funded by 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 1 Seite 1
  2. 2. Since the 1st January 2011 the GTZ changed it’s name to GIZ dueto a merger with: DED – Deutscher Entwichlungsdienst GmbH InWent – Internationale Weiterbildung und Entwicklung GmbH 19.05.2011 Page 2 Seite 2
  3. 3. Content Introduction GIZ Proklima HCFC Phase out – low-GWP alternatives Future replacement blowing agents for HCFC PU Foam XPS Foam XPS conversion to CO2 Waterblown tests Iran Concluding remarks 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 3 Seite 3
  4. 4. HCFC phase-out and HFC phase down Montreal Protocol Obligation to phase out the use of HCFCs until 2030 Proposals to phase-down the use of HFCs until 2030s HCFC Phase out HFC-Phase down proposals100% 100%80% 80%60% 60% NAProposal40% 40% FSM Proposal20% 20% 0% 0% 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 19.05.2011 Page 4 Seite 4
  5. 5. worldwide HFC-emissions 40 projection till 2050 35 30 total CO2 emissions target in order to 25 achieve 450 ppm atmosphericGt CO2eq concentration levels (IPCC 3rd 20 Assessment Report) 15 2050: 43,5% of total CO2eq 10 2010: 1,3% of total emissions CO2eq emissions 5 HFC-emissions 0 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 19.05.2011 Page 5 Seite 5
  6. 6. ODP & GWP of selected foam blowing agents Substance ODP GWP CFC-11 1 4,680 HCFC-141b 0.11 713 HCFC-22 0.055 1,780 HFC 134a 0 1,410 HFC-152a 0 122 HFC-227ea 0 3,140 HFC-245fa 0 1,020 HFC-365mfc 0 780 n-pentane 0 <25 iso-pentane 0 <25 c-pentane 0 <25 CO2 0 1 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 6 Seite 6
  7. 7. Future replacement blowing agents for HCFCThe phase out of HCFC (141b) reopens the chapter of selection of blowingagent.There are several new developments which will require some years to matureand supply and costs will be the main issueInsulation is a must and in Europe buildings account for 40% of energyuse* making it the largest Greenhouse gas emission source. So, insulation willincrease as it is an immediate method to reduce emissions.Most important seeing developments in EU, further efforts to improve theclimate is that anything above a GWP > 150 will be intermediate, followingthe ongoing verification of the F-Gas Regulation;Health /Safety /Environment considerations have to be taken into account inthe trade off for the replacement blowing agent. Whereby in particular wastemanagement for rigid foam, like practiced with domestic refrigerators, will be atop issue.*: Eurima Ecofys VII study 2007 #: Umweltbundsamt Oct 2008 19.05.2011 Page 7 Seite 7
  8. 8. Future replacement blowing agents for HCFC Introduction – Waste Management The GIZ is implementing in Brazil, the line will go on-line 2nd quarter of 2011, a recovery, recycling & destruction plant for domestic refrigerators. This is widely applied in the EU and is going to be implemented in the USA under the supervision of the EPA. For understanding the trend, Austria-Denmark-Switzerland already banned HFC’s in foams. HFC’s are considered Hazardous Waste. If refrigerants are easily recovered, vacuum pump and cylinder. The recovery of CFC-HCFC-HFC inside foams requires complicated and expensive plants. A management of collection and transport of large foam products and incineration plants. A 6 m sandwich panel of 50 mm HCFC and HFC containing contains >500 grams of blowing dismantled insulation boards agent! are Hazardous Waste*) !*: presentation F. Leutgeb, Bauxund, workshop XPS 9-11 Nov 2009 Beijing: Waste Inventory Ordinance 2003, Enforcement of CD 75/442/EEC on waste: 19.05.2011 Page 8 Seite 8
  9. 9. Blowing agent principleA blowing agent helps the nucleation processand creates a foam composed of cells (openor closed)In these cells (closed) the blowing agent isenclosed and contributes to the thermalconductivity of the foam.This cell gas is then composed of a mixture ofair and blowing agent and together with thesolid PU material provides the overall thermalconductivity.Long term properties are determined by theremaining content of blowing agent inside thecells as diffusion out of the cells occurs. Thisis more dominant with XPS as no barriers orfacings are used than with PU where withsandwich panels a metal facing provides abarrier. 19.05.2011 Page 9 Seite 9
  10. 10. Blowing agent principleThe gas in liquid state is ejected together with the foamand during the transformation in gaseous state createsgas bubbles (important: temperature, enclosure pressure). 19.05.2011 Page 10 Seite 10
  11. 11. Thermal conductivityλFoam = λP + λG + λR+ λCλP = heat conduction of the cell framework ++++λG = heat conduction of the cell gas ++++λR = heat transfer through radiation +λC = heat transfer through convection +The cell gas is one of the contributing factors ofthe overall foam λ but not the determining factor.You choose the foaming system not blowingagent ! 19.05.2011 Page 11 Seite 11
  12. 12. Thermal conductivityFactors that influence the λ Foam Design of the product Cell size, distribution and orientation Composition of the cell gas Aging of the foam Density of the foam, equipment Storage, temperature control raw materials Etc. Only when optimised conditions are met good results are achieved, if not : invest in low cost blowing agents! 19.05.2011 Page 12 Seite 12
  13. 13. Insulation properties As we already noted thermal conductivity (λ W*m/K) is one of the properties, although important but not determinant. The reason being that Architect, Engineers work with R or the reverse U-value to determine the insulation properties of a building. Influence of variation of thermal conductivity on thickness of a 1 m2 50 or 100 mm board 14 Thickness change (mm) This means that with increase 12 10 of thermal conductivity the 8 panel thickness increases. 6 50 mm 1m2 panel 4 These changes are however 2 100 mm 1m2 panel little. 0 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 Variation of thermal conductivity (mW/m.K)The compensation of a loss of insulation through increase of the thickness is avalid environment sustainable solution for the long term. Therefore that theGIZ is a promoter of Hydrocarbons or waterblown solutions in PU and XPSfoams. 19.05.2011 Page 13 Seite 13
  14. 14. Blowing agent overview – PU foams Methyl types U-HFC Fluor based Renaissance of „old“ blowing New Generation agents Expensive – Special Also Flammable ! Available in 2-3 years Hydrocarbons (Pentane) More then 10 years development Used by >90% Appliance and Sandwich panel Water blown Cheap i.e. Low foam costs! Immediate use Higher equipment costs No need of mixing or special equipment Slightly lower λ Foam HFC HC<=Foam Too High GWP! cost<HFC<HFOIntermediate solution ExpensiveEU F-gas GWP < 150!! 19.05.2011 Page 14 Seite 14
  15. 15. Blowing agent overview - PU U-HFC U-HFC 2nd CFC-11 HFC 1st** HCFC 141b HC Methyl CO2 Molar weight >135 137.4 >134 114.2 116.9 70 70 44 Boiling point °C 15/25 23.7 -16/+40 -19/-30 32.1 25/50 30/40 -139 GWP ?? 4750 >1000 <150 725 <15 ?? 1 ODP 0 1 0 0 0.11 0 0 0 LEL/UEL Yes No Yes/No Yes Yes Yes Yes No λ Foam = -1/-2 +0/+1 = reference +1/+2 +1/+2 +2/+3 Costs US$/kg >10-20 X >8 >10-20 >3 >1 >1* <1 Blowing agent N.A. required pbw wrt +4/+5 +3/+4 +3 = Reference -8 -8 Co-blown 141b*** Note: boiling point < ambient temperature: requires special equipment a blowing agent with a LEL/UEL requires ventilation, sensors and ATEX* additional required License costs, status 3rd quarter 2010 for methylformate** low boiling u-HFC suitable for XPS*** based on molar weight calculation, pbw on 100 pbw polyol, does not consider water co-blown 19.05.2011 Page 15 Seite 15
  16. 16. Blowing agent overview - XPSThe properties of XPS derive from its use in the construction sector wherethe XPS is used as insulation material.Therefore compliance with the requirements is a must as the lifetime ofbuildings are decades, 50 years considered in the EU and the XPSinsulation is part of the building.Several players play a role in the use of XPS as well as need to rely on thelong term properties. 19.05.2011 Page 16 Seite 16
  17. 17. XPS blowing agent development Development CO2 ODP = 0, GWP = 1ODP: ozone depletion potentialGWP: global warming potential HFC 134a / 152a ODP = 0 GWP = 140 / 1430 HCFC 142b ODP = 0,06 GWP = 1600 CFC 12 HCFC-ban, 2010- ODP = 1, GWP = 7500 Jan-1, USA Methyl Chloride 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 CFC- ban, 1995: HFC BAN Switzerland, EU Reg 3093/944 HCFC-ban, 2002: Austria, Denmark ...... EU Reg 2037/2000 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 17 Seite 17
  18. 18. XPS Technology options Typical blowing agents (BLA) used are:Common used in Art.5 Used in Europe/US (HCFC banned since 2002–2010) HFC’sHCFC’s HFC 134 a / 152a blends HCFC 22 HFC 152a + aceton HCFC 142 b HCFC 22/142 b HC’s (flammable) • Isobutane • LPG (mixture of isobutane+Propane+N-butane)HFC’s HFC 134 a CO2 • CO2 + organic solvents e.g. ethanol, DME • 100% CO2 (Patented) Other •Vacuum technology (Patented) •New – u-HFC 19.05.2011 Page 18 Seite 18
  19. 19. XPS Technology optionsAt the moment the alternatives to HCFC used can be summarized as follows: Country Blowing agent* R&D EU CO2+organic solvent U-HFC HFC 152a EU + USA HFC 134a U-HFC Japan + EU IsobutaneNote that all the foams without 134a have similar “R value” and HFC-134a hasan improved value. In the US HFC-134a is used because of the constructionStandard. HFC-152a is still used although it does not provide any benefit, forit’s flammable but older production lines can be used.There are indications that the future replacement for 134a could be an u-HFC.Still there are no commercial applications, developments are expected. *: practically all options are mixtures, pure HFC are normally not used. HFC are named as main blowing agent only. 19.05.2011 Page 19 Seite 19
  20. 20. China: Converting XPS foam production from F-gases to climate-friendly CO2 technologyThe purpose of this pilot project is to install a new production line for XPS foam at the site of the company Beijing Beipeng New Building Materials Co. Ltd near Beijing to demonstrate the use of environmentally friendly CO2 as blowing agent instead of the currently used fluorinated gases. This insulation foam is based on European standards and adapted to Chinese conditions and regulations.The project avoids ca. 1.6 million tons CO2eq direct emissions through the permanent replacement of the blowing agents HCFC-142b and HCFC-22, based on an annual production of 4,320 tons XPS insulation foam. 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 20 Seite 20
  21. 21. XPS conversion from 142b/22 – CO2+Ethanol• The GIZ Proklima together with MEP/FECO (PRC) financed by the BMU (Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit) have converted an XPS industry from the use of 142b/22 to CO2+Ethanol.• This Project started in March 2009 (PO) and commissioning was finalised in May 2010.• Up to 60 mm boards were produced without any HCFC or HFC with good grade quality considering also that recycled material was also used.• The 50 mm boards which were tested in the laboratories of BASF Germany and showed a thermal conductivity of 33 mW (10°C), 400 Kpa compression strength (10%) as well passed the EU fire test, complying with EU standards. 19.05.2011 Page 21 Seite 21
  22. 22. XPS conversion from 142b/22 – CO2+Ethanol • Following the successful commissioning the company is experimenting new processing methods, materials and products. • Follow-up projects are on-going with two different Universities with the scope of increasing the know-how, development of new raw materials and providing training capabilities to the Industry. • The company has in the period of May 2010 - March 2011 produced 1,900 tons XPS, this resulted for the period of 2010 in a reduction of about 600* ktCO2eq and 21 ODP T. • XPS lines which work 24hr, 7 days a week have a high consumption and a cost comparison between the blowing agents used** and CO2 made the beneficiary decide, invest and further develop this technology.*: taken into consideration that for higher thicknesses HFC-152a has been used**: app. 140 Ton CO2+ethanol +152a versus 350 T 142b/22 for 2010 19.05.2011 Page 22 Seite 22
  23. 23. XPS Machinery conversion remarksThe benchmark is not easy when considering the optimal solutions which can be provided in A2 countries with the realities in A5 countries.Low technology equipment will have limited possibility to succeed with a change of blowing agent considering the difficulty to achieve the standards. A5 A5 A2 No comparison possible between Benchmark available existing and alternative blowing agent for comparison with alternative blowing agent 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 23 Seite 23
  24. 24. XPS sector China Strong growth in the sector (ca. 20% p.a.) due to new energy-efficiency regulations for buildings Based on successful technology demonstration and adaptation to local conditions this technology was defined as preferred option in the sector plan (HPMP) 80% of ca 500 companies in the sector to be converted in the next years: 40-50 production lines till 2015 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 24 Seite 24
  25. 25. Waterblown foam test IranThe first question to ask why Waterblown for a commercialrefrigeration company?The GIZ as lead agency for the foam sector under the NPP andHPMP has seen that there are many small companies with amean consumption of less then 7 MT HCFC for which aconversion is not feasible. Because they are secondconversions, contribution for the phase-out is not sufficient andthe alternative: Hydrocarbon (Pentane) is not feasible because: The companies are producing many different sizes Foaming know-how is not available Their focus is mechanical workmanship and not foam or refrigeration The consumption is too low for the investment component as well as the companies cannot contribute 19.05.2011 Page 25 Seite 25
  26. 26. Waterblown foam test IranThe second important question to ask: How important is thefoam?Commercial refrigerators in supermarkets, shops are partiallyopen, vertical display cabinets open top refrigerators/freezerstherefore the foam acts as insulator but equally important are themechanical properties.The largest source of heat leak are actually the openings anddoors!The models used are in general larger than domesticrefrigerators but at the same time the number of modelsproduced are often tailor made. The in-liner is of steel and whenused the doors are window type.Therefore the companies when foaming are focusing on themechanical more then insulation properties. 19.05.2011 Page 26 Seite 26
  27. 27. Waterblown foam test IranScope of our tests? Together with BASF (Lemförde) tests are performed which will be finalised in 2-3 months time with the scope of: Verifying the state of the art business as usual (BAU) Optimising the foaming with HCFC to show to the beneficiary the potential benefit Introducing waterblown foam This BAU status is important to understand which benefits can be achieved within the context of a conversion and to which extend it needs to be implemented. For this purpose we have procured a waterblown foam and foamed several cabinets which will be tested in Germany at an independent institute for measurement of the reverse heat leak test and mechanical properties at BASF. 19.05.2011 Page 27 Seite 27
  28. 28. Waterblown foam test IranExpectations commercial refrigeration companiesBefore we started and discussed with BASF our view was thatmost of the companies have a low level of know-how with regardto foaming.Due to the large amount of models produced in small series orsingle pieces the foaming part is often challenging for theproducers.The proper use of the foaming equipment and knowledgerequired for using blowing agents is an issue.The substitution with a waterblown system will provide similarfoam properties as with HCFC-141b. As well a substantialsimplification for the producer with regard to foaming.As it is quite a difference of using a system with incorporatedblowing agent properties as a third component, i.e. blowing agent. 19.05.2011 Page 28 Seite 28
  29. 29. Waterblown foam test IranPreliminary results during the foaming already confirmed severalexpectations: Machine settings Foaming pressure too high ≈ 170 bar Temperature of raw materials too low ≈ 18°C Factory hall and therefore non preheated mould too cold 15°C Foam Ratio between polyol and Isocyanate had to be corrected Too much foam has been used and was reduced Drums with Polyol and premixed 141b not stirred (in summer a common mistake is also to underestimate the evaporation!)Operators Executers with no background knowledge of foam 19.05.2011 Page 29 Seite 29
  30. 30. Waterblown foam test IranLet the company produce the refrigerators as they normally do, in order toestablish the BAU status.Subsequently re-adjusted the foaming machine and produced an optimized141b cabinet.On the basis of this data foamed with the waterblown system wherebyexcellent adhesion was accomplished with a heated and non heated mould. 19.05.2011 Page 30 Seite 30
  31. 31. Waterblown foam test IranPreliminary conclusions The manufacture of commercial refrigerators is challenging with regard to foams which will lead to underperformance of the foams. The use of a blowing agent is not an insurance for properties but proper foam is. Confident that the waterblown foamed refrigerators will present the same performance as 141b. Awaiting the results of the laboratories in order to provide a more complete picture of the results. But the foamed units are in transit and laboratory tests will be made in the coming weeks. Then also the refrigeration system will be reviewed. 19.05.2011 Page 31 Seite 31
  32. 32. Remarks to the PU - blowing agent selectionIntegral foams in the EU-USA-Japan are nearly 100% waterblown(FSK). Any blowing agent used will be released; therefore a loss fromenvironmental as well as cost perspective. Any new blowing agent willneed to be approved and excempt of VOC (Methylformate e.g. is notexempted in the EU). Best solution are HC when further densityreduction is wanted or waterblown systems.Domestic refrigeration is practically 100% HC, the USA is also movinginto this direction because for A+++ other techniques are required.Sandwich panels are 100% Hydrocarbon in the EU-USA-Japan,discontinuous panels are moving into this direction for replacement ofHFC’s.U-HFC are showing good properties on laboratory scale but will beconsiderably more expensive then HFC’s, available on large scale in 2-3years therefore for the first phase not an option for Art.5 countries.#: Caleb management services Ltd. Determination of comparative HCFC and HFC emission profiles for the foam and refrigerationsectors until 2015 (Foam projections) Part 2, 07/04/04 Page 32 19.05.2011 Seite 32
  33. 33. Remarks to the XPS - blowing agent selectionMost of the producers use a mixture of blowing agents because ofconstraints on processing and cost.The only “beneficial” blowing agent with respect to thermalconductivity is HFC-134a which has however a non acceptable GWPand is already banned in several EU countries.HFC-152a does not provide any benefits, is flammable, will be emitted100%, requires safety measures to be taken and will although theGWP is about 150 have a negative balance.U-HFC could be a replacement for some A2 countries where high-endXPS foams are required. The costs for A5 countries will make it a notlikely alternative.CO2 + organic solvent is at the moment the best solution as theblowing agents are available in every country and are the lessexpensive solution. 19.05.2011 Page 33 Seite 33
  34. 34. Blowing agent selectionThe major challenge during the HCFC phase out is the availability ofHCFC when replacements are more costly.Secondly the application know-how of the beneficiary as processeswill need to change. The majority of HCFC141b users are smallcompanies who do not have sufficient R&D in-house.For XPS besides PRC, it is an emerging industry but with highconsumption without adequate constraint measures. Countrieswhere the industry still is under establishment should ban 142b/22immediately not to substitute the phase-out of 141b with 142b/22.The base materials Polyol (PU) and polystyrene (XPS) must besuitable for the use with a specific blowing agent. Therefore,verification with the major raw material suppliers in your country isimportant. Interchange of know-how through associations andindustry.The speed with which Industry can exchange and adapt is oftenunderestimated but guidance is required. 19.05.2011 Page 34 Seite 34
  35. 35. Barriers to low-GWP refrigerants GIZ Proklima activities to help overcome barriers• Example: Comprehensive guidance on low-GWP technology ― Translated/translating into many languages 19.05.2011 Page 35 Seite 35
  36. 36. Conclusions Increase in foam production expected in the region due to different policies (climate change, energy efficiency, buildings efficiency) Important to promote ‘right’ choice from the beginning – low-GWP alternatives available for all company sizes (including MSMEs) Interested in cooperation to demonstrate new technologies in foam production in ECA region 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 36 Seite 36
  37. 37. Thank you!Contact:Proklima InternationalDeutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbHDag-Hammarskjöld-Weg1-565760 Eschborn, GermanyEmail: bernhard.siegele@giz.deInternet: www.gtz.de/proklima 19.05.2011 19.05.2011 Page 37 Seite 37

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