Silicone surfactants for polyurethane foam

Silicone surfactants are copolymers consisting of a silicone base (non-polar part) and polyethers (polar part), usually polyethylene oxide chains (EO) and polypropylene oxide chains (PO).

Discover the key facts about silicone surfactants for polyurethane foam, what their functions are, the aspects in terms of sustainability and what physical properties they have to contribute to the PU foam depending on the sector/application.

Discover how the final properties of the PU foam can be influenced by playing only with the surfactant, thus satisfying the different needs for the different applications we can find in the market, such as flexible foams, HR foams, rigid foams, integral foams, viscoelastic foams, among others.

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