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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Palm Oil Board’s (MPOB) researchers have established more than 10 new types of palm-based polyols for application in polymers, specifically polyurethanes which are environmental friendly.

In a statement today, MPOB said the new types of palm-based polyols were resulted from more than two decades of research in developing bio-polyols from natural oils and oleochemicals.

To enhance its research on polyol, MPOB has established three pilot plants with the capacity of 150 litres, 500 litres and 1000 litres to produce palm-based polyols.

MPOB said it had invested about RM2 million for the three pilot plants.

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