We are the only manufacturer of PGBL
Poly(γ-butyrolactone) (PGBL) produced via the ring-opening polymerization (ROP) of γ-butyrolactone (GBL) possesses numerous promising features, including the fastest rate of hydrolytic degradation among other polyesters (8-52 weeks) and attractive mechanical properties that can be easily tuned by the amount of (macro)cyclic forms of PGBL. These features make this polymer a highly desirable biomaterial of the most truly biodegradable and renewable character. Developed by us, the synthetic methodology of PGBL under high-pressure conditions involves the production of highly pure, well-defined PGBL of pseudo-living properties in a wide range of molecular weight, narrow/moderate dispersity depending on the needs. The lack of commercial availability of PGBL makes us its only manufacturer.