INFORMATION & IDEAS
A+A 2013 marks the market launch of the new Tyvek® 800 J coverall by DuPont, the specialists in innovative body protection.
DuPont has added more innovations to its protective garment range with enhanced design features that offer improved personal protection while ensuring comfort and ease of movement for the wearer.
DuPont™ Tyvek® 500 Xpert Eco-Pack can have a significantly reduced impact on the environment when compared to its standard packaging format.
At A+A, DuPont will present new Type 3 chemical suits from its DuPont™ Tyvek® and DuPont™ Tychem® portfolios as well as innovative heat & flame and arc protective solutions made with DuPont™ Nomex®
DuPont offers the industry’s broadest portfolio of non-halogenated, flame retardant polymer grades and families to fit the needs of your application.
Rynite® offers a balance of thermal resistance combined with auto-extinguishibility and good mechanical properties for solar junction box applications and photovoltaic structural systems.
DuPont materials help power today’s lower-cost, high-performance photovoltaic systems, from low friction bearings to flame-retardant module housings.
Experience of the most efficient enterprises shows that the methodology, combining technical mentoring and coaching, leads to significant and sustainable results in the development of personnel. The system of coaching allows the leader to develop together with employees, building effective confidential relations in the process. The practice of coaching does not require additional investment, except the time of the manager, it can be applied right now and get positive results in the nearest future.
Garments made of Nomex® fibre have helped protect firefighters for decades. Continuous exhaustive testing proves that they excel in the long-term retention of their heat and flame protective qualities.
Today’s firefighters need to be able to optimise budget vs. performance, without compromising on safety. For decades DuPont™ Nomex® fibre has demonstrated lasting protective performance, while helping to minimise repair and maintenance costs.
Heat stress is a dangerous condition in any situation, but for firefighters it can be especially life threatening. In fact, heat stress is the number-one cause of casualties among firefighters. Nomex® fibre helps reduce heat stress due to its higher air permeability.
At-a-glance guide to DuPont polymer properties and application development opportunities.
Learn how DuPont's Energy Solutions Lab gathers test data for its insulation products, and discover how to apply that data to your electrical equipment design.
DuPont™ Vespel® parts and shapes and DuPont™ Delrin® acetal resin are high-strength, low-friction mechanical plastics that deliver performance for automotive, consumer, and industrial applications.
DuPont offers a wide range of heat resistant plastics to replace metal, ceramics and other polymers in uses from automotive engines to oil and gas production.
In this presentation, attendees will learn how liquid immersed transformers, designed with high-temperature materials, have been used to successfully address energy demand challenges
Specifying electrical insulation materials is not as straight forward as it may seem. Different test methods can result in very different product life expectations. Attendees of this presentation will learn how to choose between insulation materials, even when they offer the same temperature rating.
DuPont has the industry’s widest range of UL-approved electrical insulation system (EIS) materials for encapsulation, coil forms, and other electrical and electronics uses.
The unique combination of Nomex® paper properties provides proven reliability, making Nomex® an ideal electrical insulation material of choice for manufacturers of transformers, generators, motors and other electrical equipment.
The Nomex® family of products is engineered to address the diverse demands of the electrical industry. In 2014, DuPont launched a revamped product portfolio in support of a continuing focus on technical innovation.
DuPont consulted with industry-leading OEMs to explore the commercial impact of the DOE 2016 regulation on dry type transformers, analyzing the cost of transformer design changes that will be necessary to achieve new energy efficiency levels.