Development of Low-VOC Polyurethane Foam Formulations for the Automotive Market based on Catalytically Active Polyols


After the elimination of Chlorofluorocarbons as auxiliary blowing agents, the reduction of the amount of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC’s) emissions from car interior components is one of most recent requirements of the Automotive Industry. Polyurethane foams, and more specifically the tertiary amines used for their production, have been under scrutiny. One… (More)


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