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www.pu-magazine.com Polyurethanes / Elastomers SPM-FLP-639 Flex Foam Ad_145x165mm.indd 1 03/2017 JUNE/JULY Molded flexible foam with Honeywell Solstice® Liquid Blowing Agent cuts weight up to 20% in seats, carpet underlayment, other acoustic parts, integral skin and more — all without sacrificing comfort, durability and acoustics. You’ll have the flexibility to meet desired designs while trimming weight to more easily meet MPG and environmental goals. Plus, it’s nonflammable and U.S. EPA SNAP-listed. Learn more at honeywell-blowingagents.com or 1-800-631-8138. © 2017 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. 5/8/17 10:41 AM Mehr Tempo bei der Pultrusion: Die neuen iPul-Anlagen von KraussMaffei bieten Ihnen mehr Produktivität und Wirtschaftlichkeit bei der Herstellung gerader und gekrümmter Profile. Erfahren Sie mehr unter: www.kraussmaffei.com/pultrusion Engineering Passion 03/2017 Juli Composites Europe, Halle 4, Stand D21 Leichtbau/Composites Automo mobil Inter terieur Obe rfläch en Iso lat ion/We iße Ware Son derlös lösung gen Josef Renkl, Ihr rKrau raussM sMaff ei Expert rte für Pul tru sion KM_Anz_Leadership_Pultrusion_DE+m_145x164+3.indd 1 26.06.17 15:28 27 TH –28 TH SEPT. SmartTraining SmartTrace SmartFace SmartRemain Find more information about our Industry 4.0 products online: www.smartconnect4u.biz Beware of imitations. www.f-franceschetti.it Volume 8, May 2017 Going the distance Whether for footwear, furnishings, packaging or paint, industry leadership is crucial for biobased plastic to compete with traditional petro-based products. New materials must be competitive and provide enhanced product specifications while also delivering sustainability advantages. Many modern materials derived from bio-succinic acid can outperform petro-based equivalents. With further incentives and industry buy-in, they can provide a significant impact. This is why Reverdia works with brand owners and manufacturers towards truly sustainable products. It will keep building on its partnerships to co-develop innovative high-performance solutions throughout the value chain. Brand owners, original equipment manufacturers and chemical companies are becoming increasingly aware of Biosuccinium’s potential to unlock and mainstream sustainable products. Innovative biomaterials Reverdia has been enabling innovative biobased materials since 2010. A joint venture between Royal DSM, the Dutch global Life Sciences and Materials Sciences company and Roquette Frères, the French global starch and starchderivatives company, Reverdia was created to produce and commercialise bio-succinic acid, marketed under the brand name Biosuccinium. Having opened the world’s first dedicated, commercialscale biorefinery for the production of renewable succinic acid in 2012, Reverdia supplies worldwide. Its production plant in Italy continues to use a patented fermentation technology with a best-in-class environmental footprint. Biosuccinium is a biobased alternative to traditional diacids used in the production of plastics and other materials. Thanks to its biobased content and Reverdia’s game-changing technology, bio-succinic acid has a carbon footprint which is half that of petro-based succinic acid and up to 90% lower than adipic acid. www.reverdia.com SEEING POLYMERS WITH DIFFERENT EYES... Biokraftstoffkompatibilität von FKM Silica/silane reaction mechanism self-healing tpu POLYURETHANES MAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL Trim The Weight, Not The Comfort Interviews: ISL-Chemie, Dow, Magna, Vencorex PSE Europe 2017 preview High temperature foam PIR insulation CNSL-based polyols Blowing Agents FORUM FÜR DIE POLYURETHANINDUSTRIE www.pu-magazin.de PU MAGAZIN Strukture le Faserverbundbauteile PU-basierte Bedachungsmaterialien Polyole auf CNSL-Basis Polyesterpolyole Interview mit G. Burrow, Magna Führende Köpfe für führende Lösungen Pultrusion neu gedacht Relaxed Extrusion PEEK-PTFE-cg-Materialien Fachmagazin für die Polymerindustrie Peroxidvernetzung INNOVATIVE TECHNIK FÜR ROLL-EX ® ZAHNRADPUMPEN KAUTSCHUK TECHNOLOGIE SILIKON REIFEN DIE LÖSUNG FÜR PRÄZISE EXTRUSION, HOCHDRUCKANWENDUNGEN UND POLYMERDOSIERUNG 70. Jahrgang, Juli 2017 07| 2017 Magazine for the Polymer Industry SAVE THE DATE DESMA 4.0 CONNECTING PRODUCTS AND PROCESSES. Hybrid cure systems EPDM compounds Energy-efficient mixing Acrylic impact modifiers Volume 12, July 2017 03| 2017 tpu for wire & cable heat and oil resistant tpv stabilisers review: high-temperature tpe Visit us at stand 10.3T51 BORN AMBITIOUS. is the commercial brand of our products, all obtained with sophisticated mixing processes. Our product portfolio includes: TPE-S and TPO compounds based on SBS and SEBS. MARFRAN®... a world of possibilities ! 2| 2017 Contact us to learn more about subscriptions, advertising opportunities, editorial specials: info@gupta-verlag.de Our technical magazines and books create your expertise 22 bioplastics MAGAZINE [06/17] Vol. 12 Tel. +49 2102 9345-0 · Fax +49 2102 9345-20 www.gupta-verlag.com

New biobased lactide polyester polyols By: Bill Coggio Application and Technology Development Manager Performance Chemicals Division NatureWorks, Minnetonka, USA NatureWorks Introduces new Vercet biobased lactide polyester polyols as reactive intermediates for urethane adhesives and coatings NatureWorks (Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA), known for its broad portfolio of renewably-sourced PLA polymers under the Ingeo brand, recently formed a Performance Chemicals Division to supply lactides, polyols, binder resins, and chemical intermediates to companies that manufacture coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, toners, and fine chemicals products. Vercet is the brand name of the company’s new tunable platform of lactide-based chemistries. Vercet polyols are customizable and provide excellent hardness, solvent resistance, and low color in polyurethanes. Alkyd resins for coatings made using Vercet lactides can significantly reduce resin viscosity enabling low volatile organic compound (VOC) formulations for solvent-borne alkyd coatings for wood and metal. Furthermore, these alkyd coatings exhibit excellent adhesion and show improved abrasion and impact resistance. Solvent-borne coatings and hot melt adhesives utilizing Vercet intermediate resins have a tunable work life and viscosity range with excellent adhesion to metal and plastics. High bio-content reactive intermediates for polyurethane adhesives and coatings Vercet polyols are easily customized to control key properties that impact performance in polyurethanes. Controlled Vercet product properties include hydroxyl functionality, viscosity, glass transition temperature (Tg), compatibility, and solubility. Vercet polyols are easily converted into urethane thermoplastics via a direct reaction with an isocyanate and chain extender, which means Fig 2: Film coated with Vercet-based urethane coating shows high transparency and low haze these new chemistries will be easily substituted for non-biobased intermediates. They can also be made into isocyanate prepolymers to facilitate formulation flexibility for use in 1K and 2K reactive thermoset urethane systems. In reactive hot melt adhesives, Vercet polyols offer excellent adhesion and are tuned to improve green strength shortening component assembly in applications involving wood or plastic products. Vercet polyurethane systems for both coatings and adhesives exhibit superior oil resistance, modulus, adhesion, and gloss compared to a non-biobased control polyester. Vercet polyurethane coatings on metal and plastic demonstrated excellent adhesion even when used with no adhesion promoter and thus offer formulators the potential to simplify formulations and reduce system costs. Since NatureWorks uses biobased feedstocks to produce the Vercet lactides, polyols, and resins the company does not have the price volatility and supply chain pinch points of traditional coating and adhesive components. www.vercet.natureworksllc.com Fig 1: Vercet lactide-based polyurethanes show notable resistance to hydrocarbon oil, vegetable oil, and hexane, a common non-polar organic solvent. 10% 8% 6% 4% 2% 10 DAY WT% SOLVENT PICK-UP 0% -2% IRM 903 OIL CANOLA OIL N-HEXANE WATER CONTROL 10.00% 4.50% 1.50% 0.60% P2040X -0.20% 0.20% 0.60% 0.90% P2140X 0.10% 0.00% 0.10% 1.00% Wt% data collected 68˚C Table 1: Urethane coatings made with Vercet lactide polyols show excellent hardness and adhesion. They are made with a high level of bio-content. Sample 60° Gloss 85° Gloss X-Adhesion König Hardness Pencil Hardness Biobased Carbon Content Uncoated Metal 83 22 NA 220 sec NA - PU Control 40 71 PU w/ Vercet Polyol 95 88 • Solvent borne TPU coated on metal Q panels • Ethyl acetate ~20% solids, bar coated DFT ~ 30 um thick 1B (35-65% loss) 5B (no loss) • RT dried, no crosslinking reagent • Biobased carbon content is calculated 45 sec

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