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Bio-based polypropylene is a plant-based polymer with balanced characteristics similar to ordinary polypropylene. Corn, vegetable oils, and sugarcane are used in the production of this polymer.
Its bio-based carbon content has the potential to reach 100%. It may be recycled and turned into new bio-PE products without requiring further expenditures using traditional procedures. Bio-PE has the same chemical makeup as fossil-based PE.
As a result, It is widely known for packaging materials (bags, films, bottles, etc. ), but it is also utilised in a variety of other applications, for instance, flexible pipes or cable jacketing as it contains fewer carbon footprints than others.
The Asia Pacific Bio Based Polyolefin Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, has introduced a new line of bio-based ULTEM resins that provide the same high performance and processability as existing ULTEM materials while also being more environmentally friendly.
These groundbreaking polyetherimide (PEI) materials are the industry’s first certified renewable high-performance, amorphous polymers.
Using a mass balancing approach1, SABIC replaces 25.5 kg of fossil-based feedstocks for every 100 kg of ULTEM resin produced with bio-based resources sourced from waste or residue, such as crude tall oil from the timber sector.
This advanced offering is a drop-in material option for current ULTEM materials that can help customers achieve their sustainability goals in challenging applications such as consumer electronics, aerospace, automotive, and other industries where high temperature, dimensional stability, and demanding mechanical properties are required.
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