Midland, Michigan -- Dow Polyurethanes aims to highlight its latest solutions for sustainability, construction and enhancing material performance during the Polyurethanes 2010 Technical Conference, organised by the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry. The conference is to be held 11-13 Oct in Houston, Texas, in conjunction with the UTECH North America 2010 exhibition.
"Dow Polyurethanes collaborates across our company and with customers to bring new possibilities to reality," said Torsten Kraef, vice president for Dow Polyurethanes, in a company announcement.
"We help customers turn invention into innovations that differentiate their products and provide solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow."
Dow technical presentations include one in the construction session on 'Detection of Stud Line Cracking in Metal Stud Walls,' by Steve Crain, of Dow Building Solutions on Tues 12 Oct, 12 2:00 - 5:00 pm. In the automotive session Sabrina Fregni, of Dow System House, will talk about 'Superior Processing New All-MDI Solutions for Automotive Seating with Low Emission of VOCs' on Tues. 12Oct, 2:00 - 5:00 pm.
In the second construction session, Giuseppe Vairo of Dow System House will look at 'Enhanced Polyisocyanurate Foams for Metal-Faced Panels,' on Wed 13 Oct, 8:00 - 11:00 am. Finally, in the second automotive session, Allan James of Dow Automotive Systems will cover, 'Polyurethane Environment Friendly Sandwich Structure Load Floor,' on Wed 13 Oct, 8:00 - 11:00 am.
For more information about the CPI conference or to register as an attendee, visit http://www.polyurethane.org. For information on the UTECH North America 2010 exhibition at the George R Brown Convention Center, organised by Crain Communications Ltd, publisher of Urethanes Technology International, see www.utechnorthamerica.nl