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Pluracol®

Coatings ingredients supplied by BASF

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Pluracol® PEP 550 by BASF is a low viscosity, polyol monomer, polyether tetrol. It is characterized by four secondary hydroxyl groups. It may be used as a crosslinking agent in polyurethane foam and... view more
Modifying polyol. It has good compatibility with common foam ingredients. It is a highly reactive, amine initiated, triol of low equivalent weight with built-in catalytic activity. It can be used in... view more
Polyol. It is a high molecular weight triol. It is less reactive, process well and is easily crushed. Applications include inks and coatings... view more
Primary hydroxyl terminated diol. It is a polyol with high molecular weight. Used in the manufacture of polyurethane products... view more
Primary terminated polyether triol. It has high molecular weight. The high levels of primary hydroxyl capping makes it useful for hydrophilic polyurethane formulations... view more
Polyol. It is a triol, developed for the manufacture of high resiliency molded foams. It process well and is easily crushed. Applications include inks and coatings... view more
Primary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 30% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. Used in combination with conventional molding polyols for the... view more
Grafted polyether polyol containing copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. This low functionality polyol is designed to produce flexible slabstock foams with high load bearing and low resilience... view more
Polyether triol. Is a polyol monomer. It has been formulated with a low volatile inhibitor package designed for either conventional curing or mechanical forced air curing. It provides a consistent... view more
Polyether triol. Is a polyol monomer. It has been formulated with a low volatile inhibitor package designed for either conventional curing or mechanical forced air curing. It provides a consistent... view more
Secondary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 43% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. This polyol has been formulated with a low volatile... view more
Secondary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 43% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. This polyol has been formulated with a low volatile... view more
Secondary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 40% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. This polyol has been formulated with a low volatile... view more
Polyol. Is a diol. It has a nominal 2000 molecular weight. It is terminated with ethylene oxide which imparts a primary hydroxyl cap to the polyol. Used for specialty polyether applications... view more
Secondary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 44% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. This polyol has been formulated with a low volatile... view more
Polyether triol. Is a polyol monomer. It has nominal 3000 molecular weight. Used for the production of polyurethane slabstock foam. It can also be used to produce flexible foams with a wide range of... view more
Primary terminated conventional triol-polyol. It contains a LVI inhibitor package. Its applications include inks and coatings... view more
Primary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 13.5% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. It contains a LVI inhibitor package. It can be used to produce HR... view more
Primary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 20% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. It contains a LVI inhibitor package. It can be used to produce HR... view more
Primary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 31% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. It contains a LVI inhibitor package. It can be used to produce HR... view more
Primary hydroxyl terminated polyol. It is a high molecular weight, primary hydroxyl terminated used in polyurethane elastomer... view more
Amine-based tetrol. It has low equivalent weight with built-in catalytic activity. Its applications include inks and coatings... view more
Polyether triol. Is a monomer. Foams made of this polyol have high tensile, tear and elongation properties in concert with low IFD values. Used in all types of filled foam applications. It can also... view more
Polyol. It is less reactive. It is a high molecular weight triol. It processes well and is easily crushed. Applications include inks and coatings... view more
Grafted polyether triol containing copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. It has low viscosity. This secondary hydroxyl-terminated polyol contains approximately 20% solids. It is a stable... view more
Polyether triol. Is a polyol monomer. It has nominal 3000 molecular weight. Used for the production of polyurethane slabstock foam. It can be used to produce flexible foams with a wide range of... view more
Modifying polyol. It has good compatibility with common foam ingredients. It improves the processibility and decreases the friability of many low density foam formulations. It can be used in a wide... view more
Aromatic initiator-based polyol monomer. It has good compatibility with common foam ingredients and improves the processability of low density foam formulations. It can be used in a variety of rigid... view more
It is a triol polyol which gives good processability even in low-density and high water formulations, when used in combination with graft polyols. It is developed for the manufacture of inks and... view more
Aromatic initiator-based polyol monomer. It is characterized by fine cell structure, low K factor, and good dimensional stability. It has excellent compatibility with common foam ingredients such as... view more
Aromatic initiator-based polyol. It has excellent compatibility with common foam ingredients such as blowing agents most type of polyols, polymeric MDI, and crude TDI. It is developed for polyol... view more
Polyol. It is a polyol with high molecular weight used in manufacture of inks and coatings... view more
Primary hydroxyl-terminated graft polyether triol containing approximately 30% solids of copolymerized styrene and acrylonitrile. Is a polyol monomer. Used in combination with conventional molding... view more
Sucrose polyol. It has low viscosity and 400 hydroxyl number. It contains no nitrogen. It has excellent compatibility with blowing agents and isocyanates for high index. It is used in manufacture of... view more
Polyether tetrol. Is a polyol monomer. It is characterized by four secondary hydroxyl groups. It has extremely low viscosity. It may be used as a crosslinking agent in polyurethane foam and... view more
Tri-functional polyol. It is formed by adding propylene oxide to a trimethylol propane nucleus. Used in coatings. It may be used in the preparation of prepolymers as cross-linking agent or as polyol... view more
It is a tri-functional polyol formed by adding propylene oxide to a trimethylol propane nucleus. It may be used in the preparation of prepolymers as cross-linking agents or as polyol reactants in... view more
It is a tri-functional polyol formed by adding propylene oxide to a trimethylol propane nucleus. It may be used in the preparation of prepolymers as cross-linking agents or as polyol reactants in... view more
It is a tri-functional polyol formed by adding propylene oxide to a trimethylol propane nucleus. It may be used in the preparation of prepolymers as cross-linking agents or as polyol reactants in... view more
Polyether triol. Is a polyol monomer. It has a moderately high molecular weight. Used in polyurethane flexible integral skin foam and cold-cured foam applications... view more
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