February 11, 2009 Lehigh Valley, Pa.
At UTECH 2009, Air Products will review the recent developments in its polyurethane additives market, which address the increasing demand for foam products able to provide excellent physical properties with no emissions. The paper will be presented at the UTECH conference, on Tuesday 31st March at 14.30, auditorium A.
Air Products is committed to providing additives for the polyurethane industry aimed at addressing issues such as improved productivity, quality and cost while satisfying the constant demands for more environmentally friendly products. During the last few years, foam manufacturers have shown a growing interest for products with minimal emissions. Consequently, the industry has seen the development of technologies able to provide high quality finished products with minimal emanations into the environment. Demanding requirements for high performance and low or non-emissions from polyurethane products is a key requirement in many applications.
Over the last decade, Air Products has developed a variety of Dabco® amine catalysts and silicone surfactants to actually address those issues. For more information on Air Products additives, please visit: www.airproducts.com/utech2009; or meet our sales team in the Rhine meeting room at the congress centre.
About Air Products
Air Products (NYSE:APD) serves customers in industrial, energy, technology and healthcare markets worldwide with a unique portfolio of atmospheric gases, process and specialty gases, performance materials, and equipment and services. Founded in 1940, Air Products has built leading positions in key growth markets such as semiconductor materials, refinery hydrogen, home healthcare services, natural gas liquefaction, and advanced coatings and adhesives. The company is recognized for its innovative culture, operational excellence and commitment to safety and the environment. Air Products has annual revenues of over $10 billion, operations in more than 40 countries, and 21,000 employees around the globe. For more information, visit www.airproducts.com.