Bio polyol

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September 2021
Headquarters Zemgale Suburb, Riga, LV-1004, Latvia
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Bio polyol - Sustainable and environmentally friendly solution for rigid polyurethane foam applications such as insulation foam, sandwich panels, construction foam and more.

Polylabs Bio Polyol is made from sustainable and renewable resources: Rapeseed and tall oils. It can help companies produce rigid polyurethane products with reduced CO2 emissions and increased bio carbon content. Some of the most common rigid polyurethane products include spray foam insulation, steel sandwich panels, and construction foam in a can. Bio Polyol contains a high amount of biocarbon (83%) and is produced from natural resources in a one-step production process that does not produce any harmful waste products. Depending on the polyurethane formulation, companies can replace 10 to 50% of conventional petrochemical polyol with Bio Polyol.

Key features

  • High bio carbon content of up to 83%
  • 10 to 50% of conventional polyol can be replaced with Bio Polyol
  • CO2 negative since the production of 1000 kg of Bio Polyol captures 2300 kg of CO2
  • Uses less crude oil since the production of 1000 kg of Bio Polyol requires only 126 kg of crude oil instead of 600 to 800 kg for conventional petrochemical polyol

Profitability

  • On the same price level with conventional petrochemical polyols
  • Less dependent on price fluctuations of crude oil

Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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