BASF’s Cellasto Turns 50 | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 89 Issue 38 | p. 17 | Concentrates
Issue Date: September 19, 2011

BASF’s Cellasto Turns 50

Department: Business
Keywords: Cellasto
Spring elements made from Cellasto.
Credit: BASF
Spring elements made from Cellasto.
Credit: BASF

BASF is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Cellasto, a microcellular polyurethane elastomer used in automotive spring elements to dampen vibration. The materials were created by engineers working at what was known as Elastogran in 1961. Now, BASF says, nine out of 10 automakers use Cellasto. It is also used in elevators, cranes, and other applications.

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