Polyether Polyols used in Polyurethane Foam

Polyether Polyols used in Polyurethane Foam

Sanyo Chemical/SANAM Corporation manufacture Polyether Polyols including these products; SANNIX, SANFOAM, SHARPFLOW, and NONFLAPOL, for polyurethane foam and resins.

Applications include automobile seat cushions, heat insulator and furniture cushioning as well as CASE (coatings, adhesives, sealants and elastomers). An impressive range in available molecular structure and molecular weight allows for wide latitude in processing and foam properties including hardness and durability. 

Featured Polyether Polyol products used to make Polyurethane Foam

Polyether Polyol Products with Higher Molecular Weight and Lower Total Unsaturation

SANNIX KC-737

Higher Molecular Weight and Lower Total Unsaturation (TU:monol) than Conventional Polyols
(TU:monol) than Conventional Polyols

Polymer Polyoll for Flexible Slabstock Polyurethane Foams with Higher Hardness and Homogeneous Structures

SHARPFLOW FS-7301

Polymer Polyoll for Flexible Slabstock Polyurethane Foams
with Higher Hardness and Homogeneous Structures

High Performance Polyol for Flame Retardant Rigid Foam

NONFLAPOL PE-2009

High Performance Polyol for Flame Retardant Rigid Foam

Special Polyols for TDI-based Viscoelastic Foam

SANNIX FA-817C 
SANNIX FA-817T 

Special Polyols for TDI-based Viscoelastic Foam 

What is a Polyether Polyol?

Polyether Polyol is made by ring-opening polymerization of starter(Active Hydrogen compound with 2 or more functionality) and alkylene oxide (AO). Also known as Polyalkylene glycol, or simply as PPG.

What is a Polyether Polyol?

What is a Starter/Initiator of Polyether Polyol?

Wide range of active hydrogen compounds are used as starter/initiator

What is a Starter/Initiator of Polyether Polyol?
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