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Lower Energy Cost with Game-Changing Surfactants Sponsored by Dow
With new energy saving requirements coming, such as the European Union Green Deal, demand for materials and technologies enabling more efficient uses of energy will continue to rise. To respond to this market need, Dow broadens its offering with a new generation of low volatile silicone surfactants enabling innovative rigid polyurethane foam formulations addressing demanding energy efficiency requirements and sustainability imperatives in cold chain appliances.
This webinar will discuss a new generation of silicone surfactants to help formulators of rigid polyurethane foams to manufacture according to requirements of the cold chain industries.

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Jul 16, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Rossella Riccio
Development Scientist for Polyurethane Additives @Dow
Dr. Rossella Riccio has built over 10 years of experience in the field of polyurethane foams chemistries. She joined Dow in 2006 to focus on the polyurethane appliances market in Europe’s research group located in Correggio, Italy. She was a significant contributor to the development of Dow’s PASCAL™ innovative technology to produce more energy efficient appliances and received the LIFE award for the Energ-Ice Project, Sustainability Breakthrough for the Appliance Industry. She was granted 3 successive patents in 2016 (20160200889 Vacuum assisted process to make closed cell rigid polyurethane foams using mixed blowing agents), 2017 (20170002165 Formulated isocyanate-reactive blends including olefin-based blowing agent), and 2018 (20180051121 Isocyanate-reactive formulation for rigid polyurethane foam). In 2016, she moved to the Dow silicone group, to innovate on polyurethane foam surfactants. Furthermore, she earned an executive MBA from Bologna Business School, Italy.