Polyurethane is a key component of filling materials for beds and sofas, isolation for refrigerators, car seats, aircrafts and trains, shoe soles and track field material. Only to mention a few. Polyurethane is also an important raw material for packaging adhesives and is used in the wood and automobile industries. If you have undergone surgery, you might even have polyurethane in your own body. Biomedical materials, pacemakers, artificial vessels and artificial bones can be produced using polyurethanes.

In the production of polyurethane, a catalyst must be used. EDA (ethylenediamine) is the key raw material to produce such a catalyst. Other ethylene amine homologues like DETA, PIP and AEP, which we also produce, are equivalent alternatives for the production of polyurethane catalysts.