WHY SUPER SAP?
Entropy Resins makes thermoset epoxy systems for a new generation of products. Products that not only perform, but also take a crucial step towards lowering our impact on the environment.
make things better
Our Super Sap line of epoxy resin products cover a wide range of applications and manufacturing processes. Whether you are a large manufacturer or a do-it-yourselfer, we have a system that’s right for you. From high performance composites to green building materials, Super Sap is the answer!
make things cleaner
Reduce your carbon footprint. By employing green chemistry techniques that require less energy and produce less harmful byproducts, we reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from production of our resins by 50% over conventional petroleum based epoxies. Using today’s modern Life Cycle Analysis techniques we can demonstrate how our resins can help your products reduce their environmental impact.
sustainability by shared bio mass pipeline
Not all carbon is created equal. We replace petroleum based carbon with renewable plant-based carbon. The raw materials going into our resins are co-products or waste products of other industrially important processes. These materials do not compete with food sources or displace food-based agriculture. Using an international standard method of radio carbon dating, we verify the renewable content of the resins so you know exactly where they come from.
why is SuperSap different?
Performance Grade Eco Resins
Improved adhesion and elasticity
Improved mechanical performance
Adaptable technology for wide range of processes and applications
Strong and durable composite
Reduced Environmental Impact
Significant reduction (50% minimum*) in CO2 and Greenhouse gas emissions from processing
Green chemistry eliminates harmful byproducts such as chlorinated hydrocarbons
Reduced power and water consumption
USDA Certified for Bio-Content
(As compared to 100% petroleum derived epoxies, depends on final system bio-content, LCA measurement using ISO 14040:2006)
Sustainability by a Shared Bio-Mass Pipeline
Biomass sourced as a co-product or from waste streams of other industrial processes significantly reduces carbon footprint. This renewable feedstock replaces additional petrochemical components in our resins with a rapidly renewable resource.
Does not compete with food sources