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Cargill Opens R&D Lab

1:37 PM MDT | August 22, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Foam focus: Lab includes pilot production center. Cargill has opened a bio-based R&D center at Plymouth, MN based on its BiOH brand polyols that are derived from vegetable oils including sobybean oil. The 19,000-sq-ft facility will develop new polyol products and commercial applications for bio-based polyols, Cargill says. The center includes a pilot production area to simulate customer production plants. BiOH polyols are used in applications including polyurethane foam...

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