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Dow Epoxy Systems, a unit of the epoxy business with Dow Chemical Co. and its consolidated subsidiaries, has attained Germanischer Lloyd (GL) certification for its entire line of AIRSTONE Systems for Wind Energy. GL is a global standard used to certify the safety, reliability and performance of wind energy systems.

AIRSTONE Systems for Wind Energy are based on proven epoxy chemistry and technologies. They include systems for infusion, hand wet layup, tooling and adhesives.

"Wind energy is a significant growth platform for Dow, and we look forward to helping the industry further advance the science of renewable energy production," says Pepe Carnevale, global business director for Dow Epoxy Systems. "We will continue to support product developers as they develop new solutions and expand into new markets worldwide."

SOURCE: Dow Chemical Co.


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