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Join UBE at the Polyurethanes Technical Conference 2015: to Showcase High Performance Polycarbonate Polyols for Adhesives & Sealants

Published on 2015-08-28. Author : SpecialChem

Polyurethane formulations have become more and more sophisticated to meet the requirements of today's market.

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To help you match your applications’ expectations, UBE has developed Eternacoll® Polycarbonate polyols. Eternacoll® Polycarbonate polyols are used for a wide range of polyurethane-based adhesive and sealant formulations, providing an extreme durability and a high performance to the final polymer.

In order to discover more about Eternacoll® Polycarbonate polyols, UBE’s team invites you to join them at the Polyurethanes Technical Conference 2015 (October 5-7, 2015, Orlando, FL, USA).

A Technical Presentation about "Polycarbonate Diol for Improving Weathering and Solvents Resistance of Polyurethane Sealants and Coatings Used in Civil Engineering” will also be held on Tuesday, October 7th at 8:00 AM at the Coatings and Sealants technical session in the session room Sun 1-2.

The staff of UBE specialists will be available for further detailed discussions.

About UBE Chemical Europe, S.A.

UBE Corporation Europe S.A. is the wholly owned subsidiary of UBE Industries, Ltd. for Europe and Latin America. Headquartered in Castellon (Spain) and with offices in Madrid, Düsseldorf and Sao Paulo, it manufactures and distributes caprolactam, polyamides, fertilizers and fine chemical products. The drive for product and manufacturing technology innovation and a commitment to sustainability and corporate responsibility are key management principles of the company.

UBE Industries, Ltd., founded in 1897, is a chemical company based in Ube, Japan and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. (4208:TYO).

Source: UBE Chemical Europe

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