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UBE: Polycarbonate Polyol-based Prepolymers for Polyurethanes

Published on 2016-11-18. Author : SpecialChem

Polyurethane parts have become more and more sophisticated to meet the requirements of today's market. To help you match your applications’ expectations, UBE has developed ETERNATHANE® polycarbonate polyol-prepolymers.

Applications of Polycarbonate Diol ETERNACOLL® in Polyurethanes

UBE: Polycarbonate Polyol-based Prepolymers for Polyurethanes
UBE: Polycarbonate Polyol-based Prepolymers for Polyurethanes

UBE ETERNACOLL® polycarbonate polyols are a large platform of solutions offering customizable possibilities to polyurethane materials as well as superior and long-term retention of performance, such as thermal stability, oil resistance, hydrolytic stability, weatherability and chemical resistance.

UBE has developed ETERNATHANE® polycarbonate polyol-based prepolymer series, which is a family of isocyanate-terminated urethane prepolymer with customizable polycarbonate diol and isocyanate composition, for polyurethane applications requesting high performance and maximized durability in harsh conditions overtime.

About UBE

UBE Corporation Europe S.A. is the wholly owned subsidiary of UBE Industries, Ltd. for Europe and Latin America. Headquartered in Castellon (Spain) and with offices in Madrid, Düsseldorf, Mexico City and Sao Paulo, it manufactures and distributes caprolactam, polyamides, fertilizers and fine chemical products. The drive for product and manufacturing technology innovation and a commitment to sustainability and corporate responsibility are key management principles of the company.

UBE Industries, Ltd., founded in 1897, is a chemical company based in Ube, Japan and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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Source: UBE
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