Breakthrough Catalyst Allows Production of a Wider Range of Polyalkylene Carbonates

Empower Materials of New Castle Delaware has developed a new breakthrough catalyst to synthesize Polyalkylene carbonates, known as QPAC. The new catalyst system allows for a wider range of molecular weights and improved control of the byproduct content. This catalyst also is more effective than the existing system, therefore making the process more efficient and higher performing.

This new catalyst system will allow Empower Materials to serve our customers better by improving the overall product quality and offering a more extensive list of QPAC products. We are very excited to have recently introduced this new process into production.

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