Production of polyols from rigid and semi-rigid
foam waste with high performance in formulation,
which may reach 40% of use.
This division is what makes the Project even more
differentiated in technology, as it is able to
convert polyurethane rigid foam from
any origin, be it industrial or post-consumption
waste, in polyols. It also embarks a collection and
screening technology, which adds value to
this waste, ensuring to the Project the required
volumes for sustainable growth.
Production of polyols of renewable origin,
from vegetable oils, such as castor bean,
soy and others, and/or of recovery of frying
This technology is applicable to rigid and
and flexible foam, and it is already used by Purcom
First 100% eco-friendly expansion
agent, Ecomate was approved by the UN in 2010
meeting the Montreal and Kyoto protocols.
Purcom, always innovating, adapted the
formulation of Ecomate to 4 ranges of
polyurethane and widened the possibilities of
this expanding agent for the PU chain. To learn
more about Ecomate, click here and find
the benefits of this expanding agent for the replacement
Eco-friendly expanding agents
Purcom provides several options of expanding
agents that do not damage the ozone layer
to its customers.
Talk to Purcom.
The eco-friendly polyurethane solution that you are
looking for is here.
Performing the diagnosis of industrial
Waste and offer the solution for
disposal, this is the purpose of the
Right Destination Program. Through
its logistics operator,
Purcom collects, separates and
transports to the transformer,
returning the waste to the production
cycle, with physical
In addition to providing a
competitive and available
raw material, be it
through industrial waste or
post-consumption products, the
Easy Recycling Program offers
to the recycler a variety of
chemical products that
allow more efficiency in the
transformation in new
materials. In some cases,
such as discarded mattresses,
The development and state of the art of
Reverse Logistics Project is the
Closed Cycle Program. It consists in
extracting, at first, from rigid
and flexible foam, basic polyol through
Purcom’s technology in chemical recycling.
The recycled polyol that was obtained is incorporated in the right amount into the
formulated polyol and return to the transformer, which will normally use
its production process. This technology
guarantees all chemical and physical properties of the polyurethane system.