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Covestro to Present its PU Materials for Water-borne Textile Coatings at INDEX™17

Published on 2017-03-27. Author : SpecialChem

In recent years, Covestro has developed new polyurethane raw materials for state-of-the-art wound care under the trade name of Baymedix®. These include raw materials for wound dressings that assist in the healing process and also offer numerous design options.

PU Textile Coatings
Covestro has developed new polyurethane raw
materials for state-of-the-art wound care
under the trade name of Baymedix®.

PU Raw Materials for Wound Care


The raw materials are used in:
  • Absorbent foams manufactured from Baymedix® FP 
  • Adhesives with skin contact made of Baymedix® A and 
  • Films based on the waterborne products Baymedix® FD and CD

Textile Coating for Medical Applications


Recently, textile coating applications in the medical environment have become a new focus of Covestro’s material development. Such applications include surgical wear, hospital bed linen, coatings for medical furniture, but also medical bandages.

At the INDEX™17 trade fair for nonwovens Covestro will be presenting new raw materials for sustainable, water-borne textile coatings with good haptics and enhanced stability towards disinfectants as well as for non-latex cohesive bandages for compression therapy and secondary fixation.

About Covestro

With 2016 sales of EUR 11.9 billion, Covestro is among the world’s largest polymer companies. Business activities are focused on the manufacture of high-tech polymer materials and the development of innovative solutions for products used in many areas of daily life. The main segments served are the automotive, electrical and electronics, construction and the sports and leisure industries.

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Source: Covestro
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