Cytec to Demonstrate New UVEKOL® A Glass Laminating System

Cytec Industries Inc. will offer demonstrations of its innovative UVEKOL A glass lamination system for acoustical applications in Booth #936 at GlassBuild America, September 19-21 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

At these demonstrations, glass professionals can learn how the technology can help them produce acoustical glass laminates, which offer superior strength, optical clarity, and sound control, at a very competitive cost, according to the company.

Like the other UVEKOL® glass laminating products for safety, hurricane protection and security, UVEKOL A is a pre-formulated liquid system that the company says enables glass professionals to laminate their own glass safely, consistently, and VOC-free using low-cost, low-intensity ultraviolet (UV) light for fast curing, with no additional processing required.

Additionally, the UVEKOL A glass lamination system offers significantly lower start-up and operating costs, reduced cycle time, greater flexibility and less waste compared with the time, costs and risks usually associated with buying laminated glass from the market.

Additionally, Cytec announced that it was recently named as the first company to qualify for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Sustainable Futures program, which includes approval for a shortened regulatory review process for certain new products. s a result, the EPA's Premanufacturing Notice review period for Cytec products assessed as low overall risk will be halved from the minimum of 90 days to 45 days, thus increasing the speed at which eco-friendly products can reach the marketplace.

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