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a synthetic material used for nonwoven vascular grafts.
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subsidiaries of British Vita, specialize in the development of polyurethane elastomers for the marine, engineering resins, oil and gas pipeline, and automotive industries.
He progressed to Manager of Technology for wood coatings, specializing in: UV-cure/air cure in both urethane acrylate and unsaturated polyesters, 1K and 2K waterborne and solventborne polyurethanes, development of 2K-spray equipment for 2K-water polyurethanes and high solids 2K asparatate and aldimine chemistries.
Further information on the 59th annual Polyurethanes Technical Conference is available from the American Chemistry Council (202) 249-6121; www.
Yang, Reichhold: Polyurethanes have been widely used in various types of coatings for many years due to the unique properties that these coatings offer, such as exceptional abrasion resistance and various degrees of flexibility for use over rigid or soft substrates.
a manufacturer of polyurethane systems and recycled rubber products, has announced the acquisition of IPS Polymer Systems, Inc.
The electronics and appliances industry is expected to be the key growth market for polyurethanes over the next five years.
The new plant in China will enable the company to meet demand growth with a stable supply infrastructure in Asia, reinforcing its position as a leading supplier of highly functional materials to manufacturers of high-performance polyurethanes, including Duranate HDI-based polyisocyanate.
CPI's annual Polyurethane Innovation Award honors the uniqueness of these visionary technologies, products, and initiatives in the global polyurethanes industry, as well as the benefits they will bring to both the industry and society.
Nearly two years after the mandatory conversion to "cleaner" blowing agents in the major segments of polyurethane foam production, the transition continues to evolve.
Thus, "Polyurethanes for High Performance Coatings III" again provides an excellent international forum for manufacturers and end-users of polyurethane coatings as well as their raw material suppliers to meet and discuss new developments and learn about the innovative solutions which polyurethane systems are providing to the challenges coatings are facing today.
As part of Huntsman Corporation, one of the largest privately owned chemical companies in the world, Huntsman Polyurethanes has access to a wealth of automotive technology and expertise.