MIDLAND, Mich.—Dow, a subsidiary of DowDuPont, was recognized for six technologies with the R&D 100 awards.
With six awards, Dow won more than any other company, also marking seven straight years of appearing on the list created by R&D magazine, according to a Dow news release.
Dow received a special recognition award in the green technology category for its Vorarad Downhole Radium Sequestration Technology.
Other award-winning technologies from Dow were:
- Aquachill Cool Coating, a water-based phase change material coating for bedding materials and other cooling applications;
- Dowsil SE 9160 Adhesive, a one-part silicone-based adhesive with hybrid curing;
- Ecofast Pure Sustainable Textile Treatment, which enables brighter colors on cotton while reducing water, energy, dye and chemical use in the dyeing process;
- Engage PV Polyolefin Elastomers, which provide long-term performance, reliability and lower energy cost; and
- Tenter Frame Biaxially Orientable Polyethylene Resin, a film which provides higher mechanical properties and material rigidity along with better optical and printing performance.
Active since 1963, the R&D 100 Awards celebrate the top technology products and services of the year.