Bio-based thermosetting resins have been developed through the exploitation of pristine renewable feedstock, synthesis of bio-resourced platform compounds, formula optimization, copolymerization and composites fabrication.
Through the use of pure renewable feedstock, the creation of platform compounds derived from biological sources, formula optimization, copolymerization, and the construction of composites, bio-based thermosetting resins have been created.
And some of them have shown highly satisfactory thermal or mechanical qualities that are on par with or even surpass those of the conventional materials.
Thermosetting resins often have exceptional dimensional stability, chemical corrosion resistance, and significant thermal and mechanical qualities, and they have the potential to create highly cross-linked networks during the curing procedure.
It is crucial to assess the plan for improving their performance on time because doing so could lead to the creation of additional new materials with incredible properties.
These resins’ prospective uses in the disciplines of anti-corrosion, antimicrobial, purification, and electrochemistry have been expanded thanks to further functionalization techniques like coating, doping, and physical or chemical modification. Under some circumstances, bio-based thermosetting resins can even be recovered after the labile chemical bonds were embedded.
The Global bio-based thermosetting resin market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Bitrez Ltd., a top producer of specialty chemicals and polymers in Europe, is launching a new line of bio-based thermosetting resins for the composites sector that are consistent with regulations.
The brand-new group of bio-based resins, which also includes PFA (Polyfurfuryl Alcohol) and bio-Epoxy systems, is REACH (registration, assessment, authorisation and restriction of chemicals) compliant and intended specifically for composite applications.
PFA is a thermosetting bio-resin made from biomass agricultural waste that shares many characteristics with phenolic resin but emits fewer volatile organic compounds.
PFA possesses fire retardant qualities comparable to Phenolic, great temperature and chemical resistance, and environmental credentials.
Bisphenol A and epichlorohydrin are needed for epoxy resins.Bitrez provides epoxy products based on renewable replacement feedstock through the use of innovative chemistry, which when combined with our eco-friendly epoxy curing agents results in formulated systems with a high bio-content.
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