Volume 85 Issue 34 | p. 25 | Concentrates
Issue Date: August 20, 2007

New Lab For Cargill

Department: Business | Collection: Economy

Credit: Cargill

Cargill has opened a 19,000-sq-ft lab in Plymouth, Minn., for its BiOH polyols, which, unlike conventional polyols, are based on soybean oil (see page 36). The polyols are already used to make polyurethane foam for car and furniture makers, but Cargill also wants to get them into applications such as rigid foams and elastomers.

 
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