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The Energy Department announced it will fund up to $14 million in 15 research and development projects to support technologies that will contribute to advancing early-stage, breakthrough energy-efficient solutions for buildings and homes.
Global market for polymeric polyols is exhibiting rapid growth, backed by increasing demand for polyurethane across major end-use sectors such as furniture, construction, automotive, and refrigeration.
SFS, a leading supplier of mobile spray rigs for the Polyurea and SPF industries, recently hosted Polyurea University at their facility in the southeastern US located in Greensboro, GA
SlenderWall helped ensure a consistent and controlled building envelope. The closed-cell foam insulation acts as a vapor barrier, which contributes to the air- and water-tightness of the structure.
With contemporary styling and classic curb appeal, ABC 2.0 showcases energy-efficient products and appliances throughout the home, including Icynene spray foam insulation.
Johns Hopkins undergraduates have invented an injectable foam system designed to stop profuse bleeding from a wound where a limb or the head is connected to the torso.
Injectable Polyurethane Foam Could Prevent Fatal Blood Loss in Wounded Soldiers
Johns Hopkins undergraduates have invented an injectable foam system designed to stop profuse bleeding from a wound where a limb or the head is connected to the torso.  Full Story
spray foam contractors should register for the 2014 ICAA convention and trade show in Orlando
Optimism, Success Key Themes of 2014 ICAA Convention & Trade Show
Registration for the September event is going on now.  Full Story
A new class of sustainable bio-renewable foams developed by Natural Foams Technology in June became the first ever polyurethane foam to be accepted into the U.S.Department of Agriculture’s BioPreferred® Program.
New Class of Polyurethane Foam Receives First-Ever BioPreferred® Certification
A new class of sustainable bio-renewable foams developed by Natural Foams Technology in June became the first ever polyurethane foam to be accepted into the U.S.Department of...  Full Story
The Alliance was formed by an ad hoc committee appointed by ASHRAE 2013-14 President Bill Bahnfleth to explore ways in which industry groups could work together to address all aspects of indoor environmental quality and health.
International Societies Form Indoor Environmental Quality Global Alliance
The alliance seeks to serve as a global source for information, guidance, and knowledge on indoor environmental quality.  Full Story
U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.), has reintroduced the ‘‘Energy-Efficient Cool Roofs Jobs Act,' S. 2388, which would boost job creation in the construction industry and significantly increase the energy efficiency of buildings throughout the U.S.
Bill to Increase Employment and Improve the Energy-Efficiency of Commercial Building Roofs is Reintroduced
The bill would improve investment returns on building energy-efficiency improvements by shortening the tax depreciation period for the installation of new roofs on existing...  Full Story










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