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Use of polyurethane foam

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Polyurethane foam is also used to produce bubble wrap. Bubble foil is also a perfect insulation material mainly for walls and roofs. It perfectly works as a thermal insulator, ensuring stable temperature inside. It is also a perfect material soundproofing walls. Due to its properties, it can be used to protect plants against frost or garden pool against water heating. Foam is also suitable as a material sealing windows, doors and installation wires (e.g. pipes).


The foam also works as a sealing material for windows, doors and installation tubes (e.g. pipes).
Polyurethane foam can be used in interior finishing. It is put on a variety of substrates under fitted carpets. The foam can take many forms: slabs, granules or dust.

Polyurethane foam is used for seats and backrests production, which are used for chairs, couches and mattresses. Elasticity of polyurethane foam promotes comfortable of seating and laying and in case of mattresses promotes healthy position of the spine while sleeping.

Leda Polymer plans to open the production of clothing based on biotechnology, which will be characterized by better durability than traditional clothing. For this purpose, small-scale quality tests are to be carried out to increase the demand for the product.

 

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Polyurethane foam

 

Polyurethane foam is made by combining two components: polyol (resin) and isocyanin (hardener). The combination of both substances causes a rapid increase in the volume of the coating, which results in precise filling of spaces. Thanks to additional ingredients, the foam can be given various properties, from increased resistance to high temperature, to a unique, distinctive color.

Polyurethane foam

 
has excellent hygroscopic properties, thus helping in watering plants and keeping them in excellent condition for a long time. Such application will prove useful while creating vertical gardens, which have become very popular in recent years. They have an impact both on changing the environment in which we live and on the landscape of cities. In combination with urban green areas, they provide an additional source of producing oxygen. 

Leda Polymer is participating in a biomotive project that is being funding from the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 745766