BASF's PU-based aerogel has better performance than conventional materials, but may face challenges from advanced insulation solutions

BASF recently commissioned its new plant at Lemforde, Germany, for the manufacturing of the company’s polyurethane (PU)-based aerogel Slentite. The operation of this plant enables BASF to scale production of Slentite, though there is no available annual capacity number. This PU-based aerogel is i...

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