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Croda Introduces Bioplastic Solutions for Growing Markets

Published on 2011-08-05. Author : SpecialChem

Croda Coatings & Polymers provides sustainable solutions to the engineering plastics and elastomers market through its ranges of Pripol, Priplast and Priamine bio-based building blocks.

Priplast - 100% renewability for green polyurethaneS

Croda recently launched its fully bio-based Priplast polyester polyol building blocks designed for polyurethane applications. This new 100% bio-based Priplast range has been developed to meet the industry trends towards bio-based materials.

Priamine 1075 - green going extreme in polyamide plastics and elastomers

Croda has a long history in dimer fatty acid technology in polyamides, offering high purity dimer acid and dimer diol for engineering plastic and elastomer applications. This has been the basis for the development of a unique diamine: Priamine offers formulation freedom to the polyamide market, enabling new and exciting high-end applications for example in electronics, automotive and sportswear.

About Croda Coatings & Polymers

Croda Coatings & Polymers provides environmental friendly solutions to the resin manufacturers, formulators and additive producers through its wide range of natural, high performance oleochemicals and speciality surfactants. Croda is an innovative partner offering its customers the highest level of technical service, applications know-how and a variety of technologies.

Source: Croda Coatings & Polymers

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