Allergic reactions to soy are generally caused by an immune reaction of individuals who are sensitive to protein found in soybeans. BiOH polyols are processed under conditions that would typically destroy protein. While there is limited information available on dermal and inhalation allergenicity, we believe that the very low level of protein potentially present in BiOH polyols make it unlikely that an individual sensitive to soy will experience an allergic reaction from coming into contact with foams products made with BiOH polyols.
Modified on: Mon, 5 Jan, 2015 at 5:22 AM
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