Edmonton, Alberta-Under a new agreement, Resin Systems Inc. of Edmonton and and Inline Fibreglass Ltd are cooperating to use RSI's Version polyurethane resin as a replacement for polyester resin in Inline's production of composite material components for the building infrastructure industry.Inline recently completed the initial supply of composite curtain wall pressure plates manufactured with the new resin, which were installed in a Government of Canada office building being constructed in western Canada. Historically, such parts were made using polyester or alloy, RSI said. A universal move to higher energy efficiency means that polyurethane based building products "will become an increasingly more attractive alternatives due to their increased strength and resistance to temperature transfer," said Greg Pendura, chairman, president and ceo of RSI, in a press statement. Inline makes composite materials by pultrusion, and specialises in "thin wall" pultrusion. The Toronto, Ontario-headquartered company is currently integrating Version resin into its manufacturing process of a comprehensive "