It seems fitting that we're exhibiting at NACE Corrosion 2017 in New Orleans, a city that's faced so many challenges due to water—one of the key ingredients to the corrosion process. While corrosion and the prevention of it will be a major topic at the show, we'll also be focused on resiliency and using Pyrogel aerogel blanket insulation to "keep it dry."
If you catch a member of our research and development team staring out the window in the middle of the day, they aren't just daydreaming. Chances are, they're hard at work finding ways to use transparent aerogel and flexible aerogel blanket insulation to improve the energy efficiency of windows.
Our team, and others, are putting the superior insulating performance of aerogel to work to make more efficient windows, albeit in different ways.
Let's start with two questions:
- What's the highest wind speed recorded in the North Sea?
- And how is Pyrogel® aerogel insulation related to that figure?
Turnarounds and other maintenance events, both big and small, take lots of planning and preparation. It's an orchestrated event filled with charts, schedules, people, and milestones. So what happens when Mother Nature decides to stir things up with inclement weather?
Just because it's winter doesn't mean your fitness routine goes into hibernation.
For many of you, a bike ride or other outdoor activity is still part of your fitness plan. Frost, snow, or cold temperatures aren't going to keep you indoors. However, you also know how important staying warm is—not only to your comfort, but to your fitness goals.