TECNALIA has delivered its first batch of lignin-based polyols to Barpimo

LIGNICOAT BBI Project is making progress! TECNALIA Research & Innovation has delivered its first 500g batch lignin-based polyols to Barpimo for demonstration trials.

Under WP1 “Lignin based intermediates”, TECNALIA Research & Innovation is leading tasks related to the synthesis and characterization of lignin -based polyols, while Barpimo, S.A. is leading WP2 “Bioresins based on Lignin” and is responsible for bioalkyd resins developments. One of their targets is to increase the bio-content raw material in the alkyd formulation.

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