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JAN
29

Dyplast exhibiting at SWICA EXPO 2015

SWICAs EXPO2015 has expanded and Dyplast will be exhibiting as one of 55 other companies with a table top display featuring Dyplast’s ISO-C1® family of products in the exhibit hall.

 11:00 AM –  6:00 PM Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Marriott Westchase Houston, TX 

SWICA Ninth Industrial Insulation Craft Competition will also be held at the EXPO and will have two insulators per model and have refined the removable blanket competition with single or dual optional competitors and added a commercial competition. This is an expensive and timely event that the Craft Education Committee has spent endless hours preparing exams, building models and setting standards long before the actual execution of such an event. The Expo and competition turns out virtually everyone in the industrial insulation industry. This is an opportunity to show support and help the Education Committee set new education and safety standards for our industry.

 

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NOV
24

Technical Bulletin 0714 Elastomeric Insulation versus Polyisocyanurate in Low Temperature Applications

This Technical Bulletin is another in Dyplast's series to provide objective information to decision-makers and end-users on important issues related to mechanical insulation (i.e. insulation for equipment).

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL TECHNICAL BULLETIN 0714

 

PURPOSE 

Several of Dyplast’s prior Technical Bulletins have provided in-depth comparisons of various insulants, including polyisocyanurate (polyiso or PIR), polyurethane (PUR), phenolic, polystyrene (expanded EPS and extruded XPS), cellular glass, and fiberglass - - as well as less-than-comprehensive comparisons with elastomeric and aerogel. Now with somewhat more information becoming available from elastomeric manufacturers and the aggressive marketing from elastomeric suppliers for colder applications it is appropriate to dedicate a Technical Bulletin to elastomeric insulants as compared to polyisocyanurate - - and to a much lesser extent phenolic, and cellular glass.

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JUN
13

Technical Bulletin 0414 What You Should Know About Thermal Conductivity and Aging of Low-Temperature Mechanical Insulation

This Technical Bulletin is another in Dyplast's series to provide objective information to decision-makers and end-users on important issues related to mechanical insulation (i.e. insulation for equipment).

 

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL TECHNICAL BULLETIN 0414

 

This Technical Bulletin is another in Dyplast's series to provide objective information to decision-makers and end-users on important issues related to mechanical insulation (i.e. insulation for equipment). Although technically intense in some paragraphs, this Technical Bulletin objectively encapsulates more than can be gleaned from other documents generally available.

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JUN
09

Dyplast responds to receiving NIA’s Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award

"Our safety team was very excited to be part of NIA's safety award program and to get the detailed analysis of our safety program. This feedback helped our team improve Dyplast's program and resulted in a platinum award in our second year. The feedback helped Dyplast improve our employee participation and reduced our insurance costs. Our insurance broker informed us that the carrier considered this award during the underwriting process. But the most important benefit was the pride in recognition of the team's efforts. Everyone at Dyplast believes that this award program, including the process of reviewing our program and receiving feedback ,is a true benefit to our company."

-Ted Berglund, President & CEO, Dyp/ast Products, LLC

The award is named in honor of NIA Past President Ted Brodie, who worked tirelessly for many decades before his death in 2010 to create a greater awareness of the need for safe working conditions. Mr. Brodie first chaired the association's Health and Safety Committee in 1967, and he received NIA's President's Award in 1988. Mr. Brodie was the President and CEO of New England Insulation Co., Inc. in Canton, Massachusetts, for 50 years.

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JUN
01

Dyplast awarded the 2013 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Platinum Safety Award (the highest level) by the NIA (National Insulation Association).

The National Insulation Association (NIA) announced the 2013 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award winners at NIA's 59th Annual Convention in Indian Wells, California. The Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award is NIA's highest industry honor for outstanding safety performance. Michele Jones, NIA's Executive Vice President/CEO, affirmed, "NIA strongly feels that safety is absolutely crucial for our industry, and we applaud companies who take steps to make safety a top priority." The winners of this safety award have prioritized safety by establishing structured safety programs to create safe working environments and ensure the well-being of their employees. NIA received a record number of applications this year, and is pleased to report that the program is recognizing more companies for their safety programs than ever before.

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MAY
28

Dyplast’s polyisocyanurate insulation has an enviable product lifecycle.

Increased levels of polyisocyanurate (polyiso) insulation save energy and prevent Global Warming Potential (GWP) emissions during polyiso use that far outweigh energy and GWP emissions associated with making, transporting, installing and managing polyiso at end-of-life. 

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APR
05

A new Dyplast logo now represents our expanded line of ISO, DyTherm, and DyPerm products.

Please contact us so you can replace our old logos you may be using on your websites. We're using the new logo on all docs, etc. since April 1st.

 

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MAR
17

Dyplast issues its new Technical Bulletin 0314 “Phenolic versus Cellular Glass in Cold Piping Applications”

TECHNICAL BULLETIN 0314

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MAR
03

Dyplast is exhibiting its ISO-C1® and DyTherm® Phenolic insulation at the IIAR Convention in Nashville

March 23-26. Visit us at Booth 105.

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FEB
15

Dyplast updates its popular Technical Bulletin 0214: “Performance/Cost Comparison of Polyiso vs. Extruded Polystyrene Pipe Insulation Systems”

TECHNICAL BULLETIN 0214

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JAN
20

Dyplast issues an update to its Technical Bulletin 0114 “Update: Polyiso vs. Cellular Glass in Low Temperature Mechanical Insulation”

TECHNICAL BULLETIN 0114

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NOV
10

Dyplast issues another update of its Technical Bulletins in the form of #1113 “Update: Mechanical Insulation In Typical Refrigeration Applications”

TECHNICAL BULLETIN 1113

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OCT
08

New Dyplast Products Website

Today we are happy to announce our new website!

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OCT
07

Dyplast ISO-C1 Racing thru the Desert with the University of Minnesota!

Dyplast ISO-C1 Racing thru
the Desert with the University of Minnesota!

About a year ago Dyplast donated a large block of ISO-C1/10.0 (10 lb/ft3 polyisocyanurate rigid foam) to the University of Minnesota. UMN had the ISO-C1 block milled and polished to the sleek shape of the car, and then used the rigid shape as the mold for a solar powered car. This car, named Daedalus, is in route to compete in Australia's World Solar Challenge 2013, an international Solar Powered Car race beginning in the northern city of Darwin on 6 October and racing 3,000 - kilometers (1,864 - miles) across the Australian Outback down the center of Australia. Throughout this week long race the team will travel through Tennant Creek, Alice Springs, and Coober Pedy before ending on the 13th in the southern city of Adelaide.

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FEB
20

Dyplast is a Member & Advertiser in the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) and attends the ACMA National Conference in Las Vegas.

Dyplast is a Member and Advertiser in the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) and attends the ACMA National Conference in Las Vegas. See our Composites-Based website www.dyplastcomposites.com.

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FEB
01

Dyplast issues its Case Study on a large GeoFoam Project at Sharpes Ferry Bridge in Florida

Dyplast issues its Case Study on a large GeoFoam Project at Sharpes Ferry Bridge in Florida.

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SEP
01

Dyplast Products Sales Team Members Now NIA’s Certified Energy Appraisers

CUSTOMER BULLETIN 0911

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JUN
30

Dyplast issues Customer Bulletins 0611 providing information on corrosion under insulation (CUI) on pipe in low-temperature temperature applications.

CUSTOMER BULLETIN 0611

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MAY
29

Dyplast issues Customer Bulletins 0511 on questions you should ask when selecting mechnical insulation for below-ambient temperature applications.

CUSTOMER BULLETIN 0511

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APR
30

Dyplast issues Customer Bulletin 0411 providing a discussion of pipe and equipment insulation used in refrigeration applications.

TECHNICAL BULLETIN 11281

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