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10/7/2014

CAMX preview: TSE Industries

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Sprayup resin manufacturer TSE Industries Inc. (Clearwater, Fla.) will emphasize that it has earned the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Biobased Product Label for six of its products.

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Sprayup resin manufacturer TSE Industries Inc. (Clearwater, Fla.) will emphasize that it has earned the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Biobased Product Label for six of its products. The label verifies that the products' amount of renewable bio-based ingredients meets or exceeds levels set by USDA. Bio-based products are finished with, or have intermediate materials composed of, agricultural, forestry or marine ingredients in whole or in significant part. Product earning the label include TSE-EcoSpray Bio, a bio-based polyurethane spray layup resin for reinforcing consumer and industrial fiberglass composite structures such as baths, hot tub spas, boats, motor vehicle parts, construction components and many other applications. Also certified is TSE-EcoSpray Bio Foam, a bio-based, rigid polyurethane spray-applied foam system used to insulate and fill voids in similar applications. All TSE- EcoSpray resins and foams are VOC- and BPA-free and can be used with fiberglass chop. TSE says they offer a drop-in solution that can replace styrene polyester in many applications.

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