Epicerol® ECH

Epicerol® is a proprietary technology develped for the production of epichlorohydrin (ECH) from glycerin.

Epichlorohydrin (ECH) is a compound used to produce epoxy and non-epoxy resins, with a broad range of applications for adhesives, electronics, composites and paints and coatings.

Epicerol® offers a cost-effective ECH production process using sustainable raw materials, resulting in a highly environmentally friendly process, with fewer emissions and harmful byproducts

Example Applications:

  • Epoxy Resins used mainly in the production of :
    Paints and coatings
    Electronic components
    Adhesives & Sealants
  • Paper Chemicals
  • Water Treatment Chemicals 
  • Surfactants 
  • Elastomers
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Bio-Content Basis: 100% – Supplier Data

Renewable Feedstock: Derived from glycerine

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