Tosoh build plant emission-free polyurethane catalyst

Tosoh to build plant for emission-free polyurethane catalyst

9:58 AM, 2nd September 2013
Tosoh to build plant for emission-free polyurethane catalyst

TOKYO, JAPAN: Tosoh Corporation has decided to construct a plant to produce Rzeta, the company’s proprietary, new, and unique emission-free reactive amine catalyst for polyurethane foam. The plant will be built on the grounds of the ethyleneamine production facilities at the Nanyo Complex for an estimated investment of ¥2 billion ($20.1 million). Construction of the Rzeta plant will begin in September 2013 and is expected to be completed by November 2014.

 

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