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This installment of the Huntsman Knows How podcast features Huntsman marketing managers Jay Henderson and SukChul Kang, joined by Mark Thirsk, Managing Partner of Linx Consulting. The group gives a high-level overview of semiconductor technology, provides insight into the rapidly evolving semiconductor industry, and discusses how EHS, quality, and purity will affect semiconductor manufacturing in the future.
In this episode, guests John Fraser and Zach Lyles discuss what makes MIRALON® carbon structural materials so versatile. Thinner than a human hair and 25 times the specific strength of steel, learn how MIRALON® structural carbon products are not only expanding the boundaries of what's possible in the advanced materials space, but—through the manufacturing process itself—how it delivers a creative carbon capture strategy that simultaneously supports the production of clean, localized hydrogen.
Listen to this bonus track and learn how the MIRALON® manufacturing process differs from traditional hydrogen production via Steam Methane Reforming (SMR) and actually prevents carbon dioxide emissions, while creating a highly useful carbon product that is strong, lightweight, and electrically and thermally conductive. In addition, the MIRALON® manufacturing process reduces the CO2 footprint by as much as 90 percent and is highly flexible - with the ability to be co-located near pipelines or other sources of gas without the need for extensive storage facilities.
In this episode, guest Doug Brady with Huntsman Building Solutions explains how spray foam insulation is making a real difference around the world for people who are seeking more energy efficient homes and businesses — a solution that many are discovering saves money and, collectively, contributes to a more sustainable future.
In this episode, guests Frank Rodriguez and Gabor Felber provide insight into the rapidly evolving polyurethane additives industry—discussing solutions for new emissions standards, cutting-edge hydrofluoroolefins (HFO) blowing agent technology, and how Huntsman's specialty amines expansion project in Petfurdo, Hungary, is positioned to meet the needs of a fast-growing market.
In this episode we welcome guests Mark Ecker, Senior Account Manager for Adhesives, and Mike Andreotta, Regional Marketing Manager for the Automotive and Industrial markets. We’ll be discussing why adhesives are important in manufacturing today, how product design engineers go about selecting the right adhesive, and unique applications where choosing an adhesive over mechanical fasteners positively "changed the game" in product design. You’ll also learn some interesting facts about adhesives, their history, and how everything you use every day is impacted by adhesives.
To learn more about Huntsman adhesives please visit https://www.huntsman.com/materials/adhesives
In this episode, we welcome guests Dr. Jerry Gazda, Director for Battery Technologies; Dr. Jay Henderson, Global Marketing Manager for Advanced Technologies; and Dr. Michael Kramer, Senior Technical Manager for Global Automotive.
We discuss how recent announcements from the automotive OEMs are affecting battery manufacturers and the supply chain in general and what challenges manufacturers are trying to address. We also cover how Huntsman contributes to the EV and electric battery market through advanced material solutions and investments we’re making to help meet the demand for electric vehicles.
To learn more about Huntsman solutions in electric vehicle batteries, please visit www.huntsman.com/batterymaterials