Huntsman introduces polyurethane spray foam at the U.S. Capitol building
Huntsman announced that it will participate in the autumn environment and energy exhibition held at the U.S. Capitol building in Washington today, and will promote its polyurethane spray foam at the exhibition
this activity turns on the switch; It aims to popularize and promote the originality and energy-saving creativity of green buildings to the U.S. Congress. In the exhibition, participants can learn how energy wastes in old buildings and how builders can transform existing energy consuming buildings
according to the statistics of the U.S. Department of energy, in order to promote the healthy and rapid development of the aluminum based new material industry, the building energy consumption in the United States accounts for about 40% of the total energy consumption. The main energy consumption of buildings comes from heating and cooling, and a considerable part of the energy is wasted due to the tightness of buildings. Polyurethane spray foam has the characteristics of good thermal insulation and sealing performance, which makes this kind of problem well solved. When polyurethane spray foam is used, the energy utilization rate of buildings for heating and cooling can be reduced by 30%-50% compared with the original buildings. Polyurethane spray foam can be used in both new buildings and machinery manufacturing. It is necessary to understand the materials clearly in the renovation process of the original buildings
"Huntsman is honored to be invited to participate in this environment and energy exhibition," said Monica karamaggi, Huntsman polyurethane marketing manager. "Polyurethane sprayed foam can effectively help reduce energy consumption. Architectural designers should consider specifying the use of polyurethane sprayed foam in more appropriate buildings. At the same time, the federal government should also make relevant authorization policies on the test method of cantilever impact tester in terms of policy."
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