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Bio polyols, also known as natural oil polyols, are vegetable oil-derived polyols. A polyol is an organic molecule with many hydroxyl groups. Castor oil, soybean oil, canola oil, coconut oil, and other natural oils are used to produce bio polyols.
Only castor oil is a commercially accessible bio polyol that is derived straight from a plant, whereas the others require chemical modifications.
Polyols are primarily used in the manufacturing of polyurethanes. Traditional polyols are petroleum-based, but rising environmental concerns and a desire for sustainability have resulted in the creation of natural oil polyols derived from renewable resources.
The eco-friendly and sustainable nature of bio polyols, the availability of bio-based feedstock, and crude oil price variations are propelling the market.
The Europe Bio Polyols 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.
Perstorp introduces the world’s first renewable polyol portfolio, Perstorp has created a range of renewable alternatives to the important polyols Pentaerythritol (Penta), Trimethylolpropane (TMP), and Neopentyl glycol.
In response to the rapidly expanding worldwide need for more sustainable coatings, resins, and synthetic lubricants (Neo). Evyron and Neeture, two new polyols, round up the company’s range of three important polyols in renewable choices.
The new portfolio is built on the notion of mass balance. Furthermore, all of the new polyols are ISCC certified, ensuring complete traceability of the bio-based raw material back to its place of origin.
Perstorp is currently dedicating its R&D resources to creating new sustainable solutions, and all Perstorp Swedish operations will transition to using entirely renewable power.
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