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Demilec announces the launch of several spray foam insulation products for the Middle Eastern market and the opening of its Spray Foam Technical Application and Training Centre in Dubai.
The Demilec technical application and training centre is located on the site of Huntsman’s polyurethanes systems house in Dubai, which will serve as the regional base for the Demilec business. The Huntsman systems house was opened earlier this week in the Jebel Ali Free Trade Zone.
During the centre’s opening, Demilec introduced several spray foam insulation products to the market, including Heatlok HFO Pro, Heatlok XT, Sealection 500 and Agribalance. The technical and training centre not only features state-of-the-art equipment, including the Graco reactor system, but also provides instruction in product capabilities and spray foam application techniques.
“Having launched in Europe earlier this year, we are excited to take this next step in expanding our global footprint to better serve customers in the Middle East,” said Demilec President, Simon Baker. “The combination of Huntsman’s new systems house with Demilec’s new technology and training centre will enable Demilec to bring the same premium support and service we offer in North America to our customers in the Middle East.”
Demilec has been in the insulation industry for more than 30 years and has been at the forefront of developing an innovative and energy-efficient line of open- and closed-cell spray foam insulation and coating products. Recognised for unsurpassed quality and product performance supported by premium service, Demilec serves customers in residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural construction.
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