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12/17/2018

DUNA-USA expands manufacturing facility

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The expansion includes a new automated fabrication department and an additional continuous polyurethane production line.

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DUNA-USA (Baytown, TX, US), which specializes in the research and development of customized polyurethane and epoxy systems, has completed a multi-year, multi-million dollar expansion of its headquarters and manufacturing facility. The expansion, which began in fall 2016, includes the addition of a new manufacturing building and new office building, as well as a proprietary automated fabrication department (including a 5-axis CNC machine and robotic warehouse), and an additional continuous polyurethane production line.

DUNA-USA manufactures polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foams, as well as custom systems for the aerospace, automotive, insulation, marine and construction industries. Standard applications for rigid materials include cold chain, LNG insulation, composite layup tooling, thermoforming, signmaking and CAD verification tooling. Pourable applications include pipe supports, core materials, and design elements for theming and scenic applications.

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