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Increased sustainable product opportunities for building insulation panel manufacturers using new low lambda product

As keynote speaker at the recent Middle East Foam and Polyurethane Expo and Conference (MEFPU) held in Dubai. Ilhan Kurt, Head of Research and Development at Dubai-based system house, Pearl Polyurethane Systems, shared his insights and technical product details with the capacity audience of industry experts, focusing on the company’s new ground-breaking low lambda insulation product for continuous metal sandwich panels released earlier this year as part of Pearl’s growing EcoPearl product range.

Significantly, the new low lambda product formulation can be delivered to clients around the world as a two-component solution, meaning many insulation panel manufacturers can utilise existing production lines to produce this new low lambda product variation, avoiding the need for additional investment in new or upgraded equipment. Depending on the customer’s production line configuration, this low lambda product can also be formulated and delivered in three or four component options, meaning conversion to this new product can be undertaken extremely easily.

Preliminary market research conducted by Pearl has shown that customers around the world are increasingly demanding zero-emission and more environmentally friendly insulation products. This new Pearl product means sandwich panel manufacturers can diversify their product range by adding new low lambda insulation solutions instantly, enabling them to bid for projects with highest thermal energy conversation requirements. Introducing this best-in-class product can lead to increased market share by satisfying the needs of these highly environmentally conscious clients, commented Mr. Kurt speaking on behalf of Pearl Polyurethane Systems.

As the first independent system house globally to develop low lambda cores for continuous metal sandwich panel products, Pearl’s R&D team won the Innovative Insulation Project of the Year 2021 award for its R&D initiative.

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