Morris Township, New Jersey -- At this year's Technical Conference of the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry in Nashville, Tennessee, Honeywell will be showcasing its blowing agent technology, specifically a new fourth generation agent with low global warming potential (GWP).
Attendees can learn about this new product through scheduled presentations by Honeywell experts, and also by visiting its tabletop display (#13) in the Tennessee Ballroom A-B throughout the three-day meeting, 26-28 Sept..
Honeywell is keen to discuss with customers ways in which its new low-GWP blowing agent can improve the performance of PU-dependent products, such as refrigerators, spray foam or insulated panels.
Honeywell will give the following presentations:
Monday 26 Sept 2011
Household refrigerator: low GWP blowing agent performance update, James Bowman, Honeywell, and Yordani Sinaga, Whirlpool
Room/time: Hermitage C 4:30 pm
Tuesday 27 Sept 2011
Evaluation of low global warming potential blowing agent solutions in pour-in-place panel applications, Jim Ling and Ryan Qin, Honeywell.
Room/time: Hermitage C 9:30 am
Honeywell's next generation (LGWP) of blowing agents for global spray foam applications, Mary Bogdan, Clifford Gittere and Michael Ross, Honeywell.
Room/time: Hermitage C 2:30 pm