Soy-based mastic removers can be used on a variety of surfaces, including asbestos mastic, vinyl mastic, latex mastic, and ceramic mastic. Products can also be used to remove adhesives, labels, stickers, and decals.
Soy biobased solution designed to remove asphalt from equipment and tools.
Soy-containing carpet made with biobased polymers derived from domestically grown soybeans.
Soy adhesives are being used to make decorative hardwood panels used in cabinetry, millwork, fixtures and furniture. The North Carolina-based manufacturer, Columbia Forest Products, reports they have made 60 million of the American-made soy-based panels.
Composite panels have been designated for federal procurement preference by USDA’s BioPreferred program.
A credit toward the United States Green Building Council’s LEED certification may be earned if composite wood products used within the interior of a building do not contain added urea-formaldehyde resins.
Soy biobased cleaner suitable for removing concrete from tools and equipment.
Soy-based graffiti removers can be used to remove graffiti on painted and unpainted surfaces, permanent marker, crayon, adhesives, and more.
Fluids for use in mobile and stationary hydraulic equipment systems that have various mechanical parts, such as cylinders, pumps, valves, pistons, and gears.
Soy-containing spray foam insulation can be applied to walls, in attic spaces, and under floors in both commercial and residential buildings. The insulation expands when applied to fill all spaces tightly.
Sherwin-Williams developed a paint formulation that utilizes soybean oil and recycled plastic bottles (PET) and reduces volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by 60 percent.
Sherwin-Williams received the 2011 Presidential Green Chemistry Award from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its new formulation. EPA also recognized USB for its role in the development of the product.
Soy-based paint, varnish, and urethane removers can be used in both indoor and outdoor applications.
A variety of products designed to penetrate and loosen frozen, corroded, or rusty metal parts and/or provide lubrication and corrosion resistance.
Soy-based roof coatings can be applied to various surfaces.
Soy-containing products designed to be applied as a finish for concrete and wood surfaces.
Synthetic landscape grasses are being made with backing systems that use naturally renewable soybean-based polyols.
Bio-based transformer oil reduces operating costs and increases sustainable efforts.