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We produce high-quality bio polyols from industrial-grade vegetable oils, and our bio-polyols contain up to 95% renewable carbon content with reduced carbon footprint compared to raw materials based on fossil fuels. Our polyols are available in a wide range of molecular weights that meet the application and processing needs of foam and non-foam (CASE) manufacturers. We manufacture up to 10,000 tons of biopolyol annually and supply across the world.
Eco-Chemicals, a division of Nunafab Corp has developed technology to manufacture bio-based polyols based on a patented process using vegetable oils. Our biopolyols were initially developed to resemble castor oil and are produced from vegetable oils which are grown in North America and Europe.
We work in a highly competitive field, so we’re constantly investing in technology and research to make sure we stay ahead of the curve. Our commitment to quality guarantees our success and your satisfaction.
Our Polyols are suitable for use in many polyurethane applications, including flexible PU foam, adhesives, and other bio-products etc. They can also be used in certain other applications where castor oil can be used, but have the distinct advantage that it is possible to adjust the hydroxyl value and viscosity to best suit an application. Typically, our biopolyo has low odour due to the process of production, but can also be further deodorized for a very low odour product. Exceptional quality is the foundation of our company, and is the driving force behind all decisions.
BACKGROUND OF OUR INNOVATION
Polyols are widely used in the production of polyurethane (PU) materials, such as in ﬂexible foams, rigid foams, coatings and adhesives.
The two most common types of polyols used in PU manufacture are polyethers and polyesters which are typically derived from petrochemicals.
Increasingly, biobased chemicals derived from renewable feedstock’s are being used to replace petrochemicals derived fromz non-renewable fossil fuels.
The production and properties of our biopolyol are not restricted by the availability and price of castor oil but rather can be made from several types of a plant oils which are more widely cultivated in North America and Europe.
Greater ﬂexibility to manufacture COROL to suit a speciﬁc application. It could be possible to work with a polyol end user to optimise the COROL properties in their application.