bio-succinic acid products will be cost competitive with conventional polyols
Baule has been looking at mercury-free systems for many year
Chemtura has been expanding its low-free MDI Duracast product range with alternative curatives
Cast elastomer groups active in developing MOCA replacements amid ECHA concerns
As demands for lightweight structural parts become more pressing, PU suppliers get down to the hard graft of adapting materials to the role.
Recovery in the polyurethane machinery market continued in 2011, as companies saw improvements in sales across most regions, and strong order books moving into the start of 2012.
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For TMAT, a UK-based manufacturer of acoustic components for tractors and excavators, the challenge of meeting the needs of a niche market means striving for that extra something to stand out
The leading international exhibition and conference for the global polyurethanes industry, UTECH, returns this year to the Maastricht Exhibition and Conference Centre (MECC) in Maastricht, the Netherlands, from 17- 19 April 2012.
Lightweighting, reducing energy use and increased recyclability are key themes for the future in the PU industry.