Innovations discovered at Purdue University are being commercialized to improve radiation detection and make adhesives and sealants safer.
January 5, 2015
Officials at a Chicago-based startup say innovations discovered in Purdue University’s School of Nuclear Engineering are being commercialized to address challenges in improving radiation detection and making sealants and adhesives safer.
Formulators continuously partner with customers to create customized solutions for specific applications, as well as tailored packaging and equipment to smoothly integrate into the customer’s assembly process.
The determination of trade worker re-entry time following the application of spray polyurethane foam (SPF) in residential and commercial buildings has traditionally been estimated by SPF manufacturers.