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Patent Title : Phenolic Resin from Liquified Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Fiber
Patent Registration No : PI20147006440
R&D The invention is at the lab stage or proof concept stage
Pre-Commercial The invention is currently in the process of field testing
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This is a technology for production of phenolic resin using phenolic groups in the oil palm empty fruit bunch (EFB) and EFB soda lignin (a-by-product of soda pulping). Asuitable liquefying reagent can crack the lignin network and structure into a non-complex phenolic derivatives which can to be used for further polymerisation. The phenolic derivatives obtained in the liquefaction process can reduce the consumption of phenol during the polymerisation process for the preparation of phenolic resin.
- Using renewable resources
- EFB Empty fruit bunch
Circuit boards industry
Molded product industry
Coatings and adhesives industry
Reduces the reliance on petrochemical based phenol by replacing it with the phenolic group in the EFB
Cheaper (since the cost of phenol as raw material is reduced by almost 40%)
Environmentally friendly (using renewable resources and waste materials
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