Dow Polyurethane Technologies Enable Code Compliant Insulation Solutions in North America

Midland, MI - March 10, 2016 -

U.S. buildings account for 41 percent of all energy consumed in the U.S.,1 a number which can be reduced with the use of construction materials that are energy efficient, reduce carbon footprints and meet more stringent regulations. Dow InsulationScience delivers high performance polyurethane solutions to do just that, ultimately helping builders and contractors create better homes and for a better world.

“Increased energy efficiency is a request we constantly hear from our customers,” said Robert York (@Robert_S_York), North America Marketing Manager, Dow Polyurethanes. “Our insulation experts develop improved energy efficient building solutions by exploring, listening and investing in the top solutions with key stakeholders across the value chain and around the world.”

Dow offers an unmatched portfolio of high-quality polyurethane foam insulation components and customized systems for foam insulation that reduce energy required to maintain optimal conditions inside buildings. Dow VORATHERM™ polyisocyanurate and VORACOR™ polyurethane systems form the high-performance core of insulating doors, metal panels and boards. These technologies have excellent performance properties that improve longevity, increase energy efficiency and meet all current building codes specified by The U.S. Department of Energy.

Explore the extensive line of conventional and high-performance polyols and isocyanate products, as well as customized systems, to improve energy efficiency in a wide variety of construction applications at or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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