Bayer MaterialScience’s Mondur polymeric MDI has been formulated for manufacturers of wood composites seeking binder materials that are compliant with the newest California Air Resource Board (CARB) environmental regulations.
The MDI binder is already said to be successful as a replacement for formaldehyde-emitting binders in flooring, cabinetry and other furniture applications.
These panel products meet CARB Phase II requirements regarding the level of formaldehyde emissions.