Extended Hydrolytic Resistant Polyester

Extended Hydrolytic Resistant Polyester

Rymbal offers an exceptional Polyester-based PU system that provides 3 times more hydrolytic stability than regular polyester systems. Our hydrolytically stable technology is designed specifically for the “HOT and HUMID” climatic conditions of the Indian subcontinent. Choose Rymbal’s Extended Hydrolytic Resistant Polyester PU system for unmatched durability and performance in any environment.


Bio-Based PU System

Rymbal’s Bio-Based PU System is designed with bio-based polyols and raw materials to offer robust processing and excellent properties for soles/midsoles and insoles applications. Our Bio-Based PU System is an eco-friendly solution that reduces the carbon footprint and supports sustainable development. Choose Rymbal’s Bio-Based PU System for superior quality footwear that meets your sustainability goals.


Low-Density PolyETHER and PolyEster System

Rymbal’s Low-Density Polyester system is an ideal solution for the consumable footwear segment, offering a “FIT FOR PURPOSE” solution for footwear manufacturers. Our low-density Polyester systems have densities ranging from 0.30 gm/cc to 0.38 gm/cc and provide the perfect balance of comfort and support. Choose Rymbal’s Low-Density PolyETHER and PolyESTER Systems for high-quality footwear that meets your customers’ needs.


Heelpad Insole | PU System

Rymbal offers a range of PU systems for creating insoles and heelpads that meet your specific requirements. Our insole/heelpad systems have a density range of 0.160 gm/cc to 0.330 gm/cc and can be customized to achieve the desired hardness, density, sweat absorption properties, rebound, as well as anti-bacterial and anti-static properties. You can trust Rymbal’s insole/heelpad PU system to provide maximum comfort and support to your feet.


Rymbal Bounce | High Rebound PU System

Rymbal presents the cutting-edge High Rebound PU System, a comprehensive range of PU systems that deliver outstanding rebound properties of up to 70% for various types of footwear components, such as insoles, footbeds, midsoles, single density and double density shoes/soles. The RymbalBOUNCE product line sets itself apart by providing exceptional abrasion resistance, skid resistance, and hydrolytic stability, ensuring unparalleled durability and long-lasting performance. Whether you’re seeking optimal comfort, support, or performance from your footwear, the High Rebound PU System from RymbalBOUNCE is the perfect solution for you.


Rymbal Wood | Woodfeel PU System

Rymbal introduces the innovative Woodfeel PU System, a top-of-the-line solution for crafting high-quality women’s sandals and soles with a genuine wood-like texture, appearance, and finish. This system uses a fully water-blown process, ensuring optimal results that truly mimic the look and feel of wood. The Woodfeel PU System is specifically designed to create comfortable and stylish high-heel and platform-type footwear for women, making it the ideal choice for those who want to combine fashion and comfort in their footwear.

How Environmentally Friendly is Polyurethane?

How Environmentally Friendly is Polyurethane?

Is polyurethane safe for the environment?

The question is intriguing, and the only way to answer it is to learn more.

Polyurethanes are a type of polymer made by mixing two types of liquid chemicals: an isocyanate and a polyol plus additives. They come from crude oil distillation and can be rigid or flexible depending on the chemical composition of the mixture and the manufacturing process.

Environmentally Friendly

Polyurethanes, in contrast to plastics, are primarily produced using non-petroleum resources including natural gas, oil, and coal. This ensures that they do not contribute to environmental harm when employed. These polymers are extensively utilized because they are polyurethane-safe.

They can also be recycled and come with polyurethane fabric sustainability. This allows them to be reused in other applications and helps reduce the amount of new plastic being made.

Polyurethane can be reused and recycled into many different types of materials. There have been several efforts over many years by the polyurethane industry to develop more eco-friendly production methods.

The polyurethane manufacturing material can be recycled and reused to make new insulating products, such as polyurethane foam and rebound. This is a very beneficial way to help the environment because it saves energy and money.

On top of all that, polyurethane foam is extremely long-lasting. This is especially helpful in applications where rubber or plastic would normally deteriorate, such as autos, machinery, and tools.

Depending on the level of wear and stress applied, a polyurethane component can have a useful life of up to 25 years. Why? Because it lasts longer and requires less maintenance than a rubber or plastic equivalent would, cutting down on waste.

Furniture, rugs, carpets, insulation, clothing, and auto parts are just some of the things that may be made from recycled materials. In reality, several businesses are actively engaged in polyurethane recycling.

People are becoming more conscious of the need to reduce their environmental impact, and as a result, they are seeking out greener options. The increased need for polyurethane is assisting the manufacturing sector in its efforts to create a more environmentally friendly product.

Recycled Materials: Great Alternative to Non-Recyclables

While some items do use recycled plastics, the vast majority do not. This is because it is difficult to recycle most plastics. After all, they were not made to be recycled. Some plastics, however, can be reused to make things like clothing and furniture.

For example, many plastic chairs and sofas can be reclaimed and made into new seats or couches. These can then be sold as new products to a consumer and have less polyurethane environmental impact.

If you prefer not to buy anything made from petroleum, these recycled goods are a fantastic alternative. As a stylish and environmentally friendly alternative, they can be utilized to replace items that have worn out or become obsolete.

Chemical Recycling: A Sustainable Way to Produce Polyurethane Foam

Polyurethane foams can be recycled chemically at both construction sites and manufacturing facilities. Recyclable raw materials for making polyurethane are created by grinding up the waste and treating it with additives. This material is subsequently processed into polyurethane product packaging, as well as wood-replacement insulating panels and profiles. The Polyurethane Expo (PU TECH 2023) is a collaborative effort between numerous companies (including those that manufacture raw materials or chemicals, as well as all end-users and suppliers to develop environmentally friendly polyurethane.