Uberlingen, Germany – Puren, which makes rigid insulation products, is planning to expand production of recycled PU raw materials at its site in Obermarchtal.
The company has not specified the size of the investment or capacity, but said that a total of 35 new, technically demanding jobs would be created.
The expansion will include a new production hall, additional storage space for raw materials, and more room for finished products.
The site makes secondary raw materials from PU waste from the packaging, construction site. It is used in the company's Purenit material, which hit describes as ‘a highly compressed functional material based on PU/PIR rigid foam with a high thermal insulation value’.
Apart from the binder, it is made exclusively from recovered materials. The company claims it will be possible to recycle it again after an average service life of 50 years.