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Eastman’s Hydrocarbon Resin Nominated for Hygienix Innovation Award

Published on 2019-11-07. Author : SpecialChem

Eastman’s Hydrocarbon Resin Nominated for Hygienix Innovation Award Eastman has announce that its clean tackifying hydrocarbon resins range, Regalite UltraPure, has been nominated for the Hygienix Innovation Award 2019. The Regalite UltraPure resin family addresses consumer concerns associated with odor, volatile organic compounds and trace chemicals in the hygiene industry.

The award will be presented at the hygiene and personal care industry conference in Houston.

Creating Products to Meet Consumer Expectations

We’re proud to be nominated for this award,” said Ramya Ramaswamy, Eastman’s global marketing manager for hygiene and packaging. “The need to create products that meet higher consumer expectations without sacrificing performance is a challenge for adhesive formulators. Regalite UltraPure can help them achieve these goals.”

About Hygienix Innovation Award 2019

Hygienix™ 2019 is devoted to the latest in sustainable technologies, emerging markets, converting challenges, product and technical innovations, and market trends. It is organized by INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, and will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Houston.

The three finalists were nominated for using nonwovens and engineered materials in a creative, novel and technically sophisticated way. They were selected from more than 20 contenders by INDA’s Technical Advisory Board of technical professionals from member companies. The other finalists are SMS Bico Fabric from Fitesa, a PE/PP spunbond and PE melt-blown nonwoven, and the FEUR System by Vemarei, an incontinence protection system.

Ramaswamy will give a presentation on UltraPure to more than 500 industry professionals on November 12, 2019.

Source: Eastman
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