Growing demands in super absorbent polymers are expected to be the major drivers for the market growth.
What does SAP stand for?
SAP stands for Super Absorbent Polymer
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Super absorbent polymers market is expected to grow with a CAGR of 5.
Propylene will be used by petrochemicals complex from the expanded refinery to produce acrylates, phenol and super absorbent polymer that are predominantly imported into the country.
US-based Fluor Corporation has been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Sapco for its super absorbent polymer project (SAP) in Jubail.
Patented recently is an absorbent article including a fiber aggregate formed by opening the tow, a super absorbent polymer particle, and a sheet covering these components.
INTERNATIONAL TRAY PADS & PACKAGING IS OFFERING THE "S" TRAY PADS, a product that uses super absorbent polymers and, according to company officials, is developed for packaging fresh meat, fish, poultry and produce.
The nappies are first washed and then the material is mechanically separated into individual components so the super absorbent polymers, wood pulp and plastic can be recycled.
Initial research was undertaken as a continuance of knowledge of super absorbent polymers acquired in part during the development of a recycling process to accommodate disposable diapers, feminine protection products, and other personal care products.