Midland, Michigan -- Dow Polyurethanes will highlight its latest sustainability, construction and material-enhancing solutions during the upcoming Polyurethanes 2011 Technical Conference 26-28 Sept in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dow Polyurethanes says that after 65 years in the business, it "continues to develop customer-focused solutions that help address ever-changing industry requirements."
Examples here include the recently launched Pascal Technology, an advanced combination of innovative polyurethane foam insulation and vacuum manufacturing equipment from Cannon SpA, increases energy efficiency and processing productivity in household refrigerators by up to 10 percent.
Pascal Technology is one of three finalists for the CPI Innovation Award, to be announced in the closing session on Wednesday 28 Sept.
"We're excited to showcase our portfolio of polyurethane products that address so many customer and market needs at this year's CPI," said Tom Feige, Dow Polyurethanes regional business director, North America, in a Dow release on the CPI event. "Dow Polyurethanes helps customers differentiate their products and provide solutions to the industry challenges of today and tomorrow with customer collaboration."
Feige is this year's CPI Technical Conference Committee chair. Members of Dow Polyurethanes' team will also take part in several technical presentations at the CPI event.