Recticel Foam Uses Cargill Biopolyol | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 85 Issue 11 | p. 20 | Concentrates
Issue Date: March 12, 2007

Recticel Foam Uses Cargill Biopolyol

Department: Business
Credit: Cargill
Credit: Cargill

Europe's largest flexible foam manufacturer, Recticel, has launched a line of foams that contain Cargill's soybean-oil-based polyols rather than traditional polyols, which are made by reacting propylene oxide with an alcohol. Cargill estimates that replacing 1 million lb of traditional polyols with its BiOH brand polyols will save 2,200 barrels of crude oil.

Chemical & Engineering News
ISSN 0009-2347
Copyright © American Chemical Society

Leave A Comment

*Required to comment