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PureTemp phase change materials have been accepted for display at Material ConneXion's flagship library in New York City. PureTemp, the world’s first 100 percent renewable PCM, will also be listed in Material ConneXion’s comprehensive online database, starting in November 2015.
Material ConneXion is the world’s largest membership-based library, with more than 7,500 "unique, innovative and sustainable materials" and seven locations worldwide. Each month, an independent jury selects new materials and processes for inclusion in the library.
PureTemp phase change materials are designed to absorb and release large quantities of thermal energy at specific temperatures. Twenty-three PureTemp PCMs have been designated as 100 percent biobased by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's BioPreferred program.
Entropy Solutions LLC is a biobased specialty chemical company with offices in Plymouth, Minn., and Tuscaloosa, Ala. Its PureTemp PCM technology is the world’s first 100 percent renewable-based phase change material. Entropy partners with leading product development companies in the shipping, construction, textile, health care and alternative energy industries, among others. PureTemp has received global recognition, including the DuPont Diamond Innovation Award, and has earned biobased certification from the USDA. To learn more, visit www.puretemp.com.