Polyols are compounds with multiple hydroxyl functional groups available for organic reactions. Polymeric polyols are the second component for polyurethanes and are reacted with isocyanates.

Although there are relatively few marketable isocyanates, there are a whole host of polyols, polyethers, polyesters, polyether polyols and other substances. This results in a wide variety of polyurethane materials. The properties of polyurethane can be customized by choosing the right polyol components.

Our Polyols are sold under the brand names:

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