IPS has acquired Canadian company Integra Adhesives. The Abbotsford, British Columbia-based Integra specialises in engineered stone adhesives.
San Francisco Bay area contractor Wedge Roofing has won two roofing industry awards. The awards, from the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance and the National Roofing Contractors Association,
The Sidewinder spray foam hose wrap system from Suburban Manufacturing has proved extremely popular with contractors since it was launched last autumn, the company said.
The Spray Foam Coalition of the American Chemistry Council’s Center for the Polyurethanes Industry is to sponsor this year’s US Department of Energy Race to Zero student design competition.
Carbon3D has launched its first commercial 3D printer, the M1. It uses the company’s continuous liquid interface production (Clip) technology.
The Bradbury Group has created a research and development group within its engineering department. The team of three will be led by Greg Smith, who has been promoted to vice president engineering, R&D.
Under Armour has entered the 3D printed shoe market with a limited-edition all-purpose trainer, the Architech.
The North American market for bio-based polyols is dominated by soy, according to Acme Hardesty national sales manager Dean Bostic, but the company is trying to change that perspective.
Frimo highlighted its servo-driven orifices on high-pressure polyurethane mixing heads and a versatile floor track production system at this year’s UTECH North America
NCFI Polyurethanes is working hard to move customers over to new blowing agents. The first deadline for removing HFCs from polyurethane foam products in the US is January 2017 for integral skin foams