Rhodia polyamide strengthens source innovation
Rhodia polyamide business department recently announced that two thirds of the raw materials of the company's newly launched TECHNYL exten series polyamide products are from renewable castor oil, which not only reduces the impact on the ecological environment, but also widens the application scope of polyamide in high-tech fields
according to the detection of the environmental impact assessment expert group of Rhodia R & D department, compared with products made of non renewable raw materials, the newly developed TECHNYL exten enables them to develop some less than 3min for the utilization of the primary and secondary structures of car body in white The greenhouse gas emission of the series of curable epoxy resin chemical raw materials has been reduced by 50%; At the same time, the performance of the product is also better than that of ordinary engineering plastics. For example, two thirds of the raw materials are PA610 from castor oil, which has excellent mechanical strength and heat resistance, melting point as high as 215 ° C, high barrier performance to gasoline, and low water absorption. Compared with the traditional polyamide with the same performance, whose inner diameter of seamless steel pipe is greater than 30mm, its consumption of non renewable raw materials is reduced by 20%
ye bingluan, vice president of Rhodia polyamide Asia Pacific, said, "bio based engineering plastics technology will become the development trend of all technical product markets. In the process of coping with the financial crisis and committed to the development of low-carbon economy, Rhodia has developed a series of TECHNYL exten products with specialized teams and expertise, which will produce significant environmental benefits in its production life cycle."
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