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polyol

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(organic chemistry)
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Patiparn Sukorndhaman, chairman for GC Polyols, said, If the project is completed and runs at full production capacity in two to three years, it is expected to generate income of around Bt10 billion per year for GC Polyols.
The JV facility will be called GC Polyols, with operations starting in 2020.
4 million, including debt, for the assets of Gwalior, while the acquisition price for Jiangsu Polyols has not been disclosed.
The second volume considers polyols for rigid polyurethanes.
Capabilities include custom polyol development and scale-up of EMEROX[R] (bio-based) and INFIGREEN[R] (recycled content) polyols; formulation and applications testing for flexible foam, rigid foam, and CASE applications; and analytical lab support for polyol development and analysis, including NMR, FTIR, SPME, GC/MS, HPLC, HPLC/MS, DSC, and TGA.
The plant is described as the world's first industrial-scale facility capable of utilizing scrap foam as feedstock to manufacture a new range of sustainable polyols.
2] to use as a chemical building block, the process also permits a reduction in the amount of the petroleum-based raw material propylene oxide, which polyols are normally made entirely from.
Green & bio polyols are used in applications such as polyurethane foams (flexible & rigid), coatings, adhesives, sealants, and others.
Key raw materials used in manufacture of polyurethane are diisocyanates, polyols and other additives.
Both parties are developing a full range of polyols (a polyurethane building block) and styrene monomer propylene oxide (SMPO) plants at the existing Sadaf site, which is located in one of the world's largest and most competitive petrochemical complexes -- the Al Jubail industrial zone on Saudi Arabia's eastern coast," said a statement.
The proposed full range of polyols and SMPO plants would be the first of their kind in the Middle East.
polyols and isocyantes) are largely petroleum-derived.