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Aekyung Petrochemical
Ester polyol. It is produced by glycol esterification with dibasic acid. Exhibits high viscosity, high molecular weight, anti-smoke effects and excellent foam features... view more
Aekyung Petrochemical
Ester polyol. It has high molecular weight and high functionality. Produced by glycol esterification with dibasic acid. Exhibits low viscosity. Shows excellence in foam quality and it mixes well... view more
Air Products
Waterborne, zero-VOC, low odor polyol. It is a translucent liquid. It exhibits excellent abrasion- and mar-resistance, good adhesion and superior chemical resistance. It has good pot life, high film... view more
Air Products
Waterborne, zero-VOC, low odor polyol. It is an opaque amber liquid. It exhibits outstanding appearance, exterior durability, chemical resistance and excellent physical properties. It is a... view more
ALBERDINGK® CO PD (partially dehydrated) by Alberdingk Boley is a castor oil derivative-based polyol. It is mainly composed of ricinoleic acid, a glyceride that does not otherwise occur in nature... view more
Alberdingk Boley
ALBODUR® 110, manufactured by Alberdingk Boley, is a VOC-free castor oil-based polyurethane (PU) polyol (100%) (based on renewable resources). It is used as a non-migrating plasticizer/reactive... view more
Alberdingk Boley
ALBODUR® 901, manufactured by Alberdingk Boley, is a VOC-free castor oil-based polyurethane (PU) polyol (100%) (based on renewable resources). Exhibits very good workability such as deaeration and... view more
Alberdingk Boley
ALBODUR® 903, manufactured by Alberdingk Boley, is a VOC-free castor oil-based polyurethane (PU) polyol (100%) (based on renewable resources). Exhibits very good workability such as deaeration and... view more
Alberdingk Boley
ALBODUR® 904, manufactured by Alberdingk Boley, is a VOC-free castor oil-based polyurethane (PU) polyol (100%) (based on renewable resources). Exhibits very good workability such as deaeration and... view more
Polyether diol. It is a polyol containing primary hydroxyl groups. It provides improved adhesion and exhibits resistance to hydrolysis & high temperature. It remains solid at room temperature. Used... view more
Polyether diol. It is a polyol containing primary hydroxyl groups. It provides improved adhesion and exhibits resistance to hydrolysis & high temperature. Used in automotive, building &... view more
Polyether diol. It is a polyol containing primary hydroxyl groups. It provides improved adhesion and exhibits resistance to hydrolysis & high temperature. Used in automotive, building &... view more
Polyether diol. It is a polyol containing secondary hydroxyl groups. It provides improved adhesion and exhibits resistance to hydrolysis & high temperature. Used in automotive, building &... view more
Polyether diol. It is a polyol containing secondary hydroxyl groups. It provides improved adhesion and exhibits resistance to hydrolysis & high temperature. It remains solid at room temperature... view more
Joncryl® 504 by BASF is an acrylic polyol. It is a xylene version of Joncryl 500 offering electrostatic application ability... view more
Joncryl® 507 by BASF is an acrylic polyol. Joncryl® 507 is an alternate solvent version of Joncryl 500 for non-HAPs applications... view more
High solids acrylic polyol. Exhibits good hardness, stain resistance and pigment dispersibility. It complies with DSL regulation... view more
High solids acrylic polyol. Offers reduction of several application defects and improves hardness, chemical- and stain- resistance & durability. It is compatible with acrylic, alkyds and polyester... view more
Acrylic polyol. Offers fast dry with long pot life. Possesses good exterior durability. It complies with DSL regulation... view more
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