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  • BiOH polyols are made from vegetable oils such as soybean oil and are used in the manufacture of flexible foam for bedding, furniture and automobiles.
  • Polyols are polymer products with an extended carbon chain and multiple reactive functional groups. Many vegetable-based oils have structures that lend themselves well as a base for these products, leading to the production of bio-based polyols.
  • With polyols there is an opportunity to make the process greener: a recent development is the use of bio-based polyols. These are obtained from renewable sources such as soybeans.
  • Production of bio-polyols reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 36% compared to traditional petroleum-based polyols, the use of non-renewable energy by 61% and energy overall by 23%, according to the company's preliminary analysis.
  • Polyurethane foam made with bio-polyol is renewable, biodegradable and its quality is comparable to petroleum-based foam.
  • Poly-Green Technologies recently purchased a 50-gallon reactor that can produce hundreds of thousands of gallons of bio-polyol a year.
  • Until 2006, price increases for conventional polyols helped to stimulate interest in biobased polyols. However, rising demand for biodiesel has driven up natural oil prices and subsequent costs of bio-based polyols.
  • Bio-polyols now in the market use virgin oils, such as castor bean or soybean, we use a true waste-stream. This makes our product 5-10 percent cheaper than petroleum-based or natural oil-based foams
  • Bio-derived materials such as soy-based polyols can offer significant advantages over conventional polyols in regard to sustainability, reduction of petroleum dependence and potential lower cost. They also are often characterized by higher thermal stability and less sensitivity to hydrolysis. But an important issue for soy-based polyols is the growing biodiesel market. Growing biodiesel demand significantly drove up soybean oil prices in 2007.
  • The BiOH® polyols are used to replace a growing portion of petrochemical-based polyols in downstream PU products. These products should be further developed to increase the renewable content of the resulting polyurethanes and to make them suitable for other applications (in addition to flexible foam).
  • JEFFCURE® 600 which is a catalytic renewably derived polyol with 65% bio-content can be used to replace amine based cross-linking agents in polyurea.
     

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