New environmental regulations are coming down the road. Which way will you go? By AUSTRALIAN URETHANE SYSTEMS PTY LTD

News Date: 21 Jul 2015

Category: Buildings

The USA EPA and other regulatory agencies worldwide will soon be enacting legislation which will begin a phase out of widely used HFC blowing agents.

New environmental regulations are coming down the road. Which way will you go?

And while many who use polyurethane foam are concerned about how these proposed changes will affect their businesses, at Australian Urethane Systems, we say “Don’t worry!”

That’s because our ecomate® blowing agent is already a listed and proven acceptable replacement for HFCs. In fact, it’s already replaced HCFCs and CFCs as far back as 2002. In addition to having no impact on the environment (zero GWP, zero ODP and zero VOCs), ecomate® also offers excellent insulating properties, requires no changes in equipment, and can offer you lower total costs than other alternatives. Plus, it has a proven 13-year track record.

So why wait to make the change that everyone knows will happen down the road when switching to ecomate® or an ecomate® based foam system from AUS is such an easy choice? It’s a win-win, both for your business and the environment.

Contact us today to learn more.

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