|Reactive high functionality polyoxyalkylene triol|
|polyurethanes, polyether polyols|
Markets and applications:
|furniture, mattresses & cushions|
|flexible foams, high resilience foams|
|polyether polyols, triols|
|PCC Rokita SA Polyols Business Unit|
Rokopol MH2000 is a reactive polyether polyol with increased functionality. The product is in a free from mechanical impurities form that can opalesce. Rokopol MH2000 contains antioxidants (excluding BHT) and is characterized by high purity and low emissions. The product has a hydroxyl value at 25 ° C in the range of 28-31 mg KOH / g and has a dynamic viscosity in the range of 1200-1700 mPas.
Rokopol MH2000 can be used for the production of highly-flexible polyurethane foams with a continuous system (slabstock), periodic production (batch) and for the production of moulded foams (moulding). With the use of Rokopol MH2000, reactive polymer polyols and appropriately selected additives (catalysts, silicones, foaming agents) it is possible to produce blocks of highly-flexible foam with a rectangular cross-section and height of up to 120 cm.
Due to its increased functionality, the polyol prevents the effect of trapezoidation of the foam during seasoning, making it possible to reduce the level of wasted material to a minimum. Thanks to its excellent parameters, the product can be widely used in the furniture industry for the production of mattresses and other furniture.
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Products manufactured on the basis of Rokopol MH2000 are characterized by very high quality. Thanks to the refined production process, this polyol has excellent parameters and is widely used in the furniture industry.
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Ethoxylated and propoxylated D-Glucitol (Hide)
|flexible foam furniture mattresses cushions polyether polyol combustion modified foam high-Resilience foam HR foams block foam moulded foam|
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