M. Sc. In Polymers by the MLU of Halle, Germany. Professional with more than 14 years of experience in the development and application of Polyurethanes; including technologies in rigid foams for thermal insulation, flexible foams for comfort and elastomers for footwear.
Currently focused on meeting market needs in Mexico and the Andean Region.
April 10, 2019 | 13:30
Water-based "cool touch" technologies for the flexible foam market
- A good night's sleep is one of the key attributes that mattress manufacturers focus on when they innovate and market their products.
- How in hot regions such as Mexico and Latin America, customers demand superior cooling, which is PCM have become more common.
- The "cold touch" of new coatings, but the problem of the smell of residual solvent resulting in consumer dissatisfaction.
- New technology of water-based phase change materials, which provides a superior cold touch value proposition and sustained cooling, while providing softness, strength, adhesion and long-term durability