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polyol

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(organic chemistry)
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The report, Global Polyols Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from various industry experts.
Different from other renewable polyols obtained from soy and castor oil, CNSL based polyols have an aromatic structure that translates into excellent chemical and thermal resistance.
The Converge trade name was selected because these polyols represent the unique convergence of performance, costs, and sustainability.
High-quality polyols based on CO2 are not currently available on a commercial scale.
Another advantage of the polymerization process to produce polycarbonate polyols is the flexibility of the technology.
Key raw materials used in manufacture of polyurethane are diisocyanates, polyols and other additives.
Incorporating these new polyols into existing formulations yields foams with higher tensile, tear strength, and load bearing capacity: adhesives and coatings with improved adhesion, cohesive strength, and weatherabilty: and elastomers with greater tensile and flexural strength.
The proposed full range of polyols and SMPO plants would be the first of their kind in the Middle East.
In addition to their use in polyurethane foams, polyols have a wide range of applications, including coatings, sealants, elastomers, and adhesives.
Germany, has begun production of aromatic polyester polyols (APP) from PET waste.
has entered into a definitive agreement with SPI Polyols Inc.
Just last year, an evaluation done by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) found that soy polyols, an ingredient in some soy-based plastics, have only one-quarter the level of total environmental impact of petroleum-based ingredients.