Polymeric polyols are high molecular weight polyols typically used in the production of polyurethane foams, coatings, adhesives, and elastomers. They are made by the reaction of a polyfunctional initiator (such as glycerol, pentaerythritol, or sorbitol) with a di- or tri-functional monomer (such as propylene oxide or ethylene oxide). The resulting product is a mixture of different-sized molecules with a wide range of molecular weights and functionalities.
Polymeric polyols offer several advantages over conventional low molecular weight polyols, including improved mechanical properties, better abrasion resistance, and increased hydrophobicity. They also have greater reactivity and can provide better control over the final properties of the polyurethane product. They are available in a range of molecular weights and hydroxyl values, and can be tailored to meet specific application requirements.
Polymeric Polyols
Rigid polyols are used as a key component in the production of polyurethane foams, which have a wide range of applications in various industries, including construction, automotive, and furniture. These polyols are characterized by their high functionality and high molecular weight, which make them ideal for producing rigid and high-strength polyurethane foam products.
Rigid polyols are typically made by reacting a polyol with a di- or polyisocyanate in the presence of a catalyst and other additives. The resulting polymer is a highly cross-linked structure that provides excellent mechanical properties, such as high compression strength, dimensional stability, and resistance to heat and chemicals.
At Epimon DMCC, we offer a wide range of high-quality rigid polyols that are designed to meet the specific needs of our customers. Our products are manufactured using advanced technologies and adhere to the highest quality standards, ensuring that our customers receive consistent and reliable products that meet their requirements.
Polymeric Polyols
Conventional Polyols are a type of polyol used in the production of polyurethane foams. They are made from the reaction of propylene oxide with ethylene oxide, which results in a hydroxyl functional polyol. These polyols have a relatively low molecular weight and a relatively low functionality, which means they have a low number of reactive hydroxyl groups per molecule.
Conventional polyols are commonly used in the production of flexible polyurethane foams, which are used in a variety of applications such as cushioning in furniture, bedding, and automotive interiors. They can also be used in the production of rigid polyurethane foams, coatings, and adhesives.
Conventional Polyols