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The Center for the Polyurethanes Industry's members supply polyurethane resins or chemicals; manufacture polyurethanes; produce machinery used in the manufacture or processing of polyurethanes; or engage in the business of applying polyurethane products in end use applications.

Accella Polyurethane Systems
Acme-Hardesty Co., a division of Jacob Stern & Sons, Inc.
Albemarle Corporation 
Anderson Development Company 
Aramco Performance Materials
Arkema Inc.
ArmorThane USA, Inc.
BASF Corporation
Beynon Sports
Cannon USA
The Chemours Company
Chem-Trend L.P.
Chromaflo Technologies Corporation  
Clayton Corporation   
COIM USA, Inc.  
Covestro LLC
DAP Foam, Inc
Demilec USA LLC
DyPlast Products LLC
Edge-Sweets Company
Elastochem Specialty Chemicals, Inc.
Emery Oleochemicals 
Evonik Corporation
Foam Supplies, Inc. 
GCP Applied Technologies
Gaco Western LLC
General Coatings Manufacturing Corp.
The Gorilla Glue Company
Graco Inc.
Great Lakes Solutions
Hennecke Inc.
Henry Company
Huntsman International LLC
ICL-IP America, Inc.
ICP Adhesives & Sealants, Inc.
Icynene Inc.   
Inoac USA, Inc. / Crest Foam Industries   
Isotec International, Inc.
Johns Manville Insulation Systems
Johnson Controls
KraussMaffei Corporation
Lambiotte Cie Sa
Lapolla Industries, Inc.
Lear Corporation
Line-X Franchise Development Corp.
Milliken Chemical, a Division of Milliken & Company
Momentive Performance Materials, Inc.
Monument Chemical
NCFI Polyurethanes
Polytek Development Corp.
Polyurethane Machinery Corporation
Productos Eiffel S.A. DE C.V.
RHH Foam Systems Inc.
Rhino Linings Corporation      
Sealed Air Corporation
SES Foam
The Shepherd Chemical Company
Siltech Corporation
Solvay Fluorides
Stepan Company
SWD Urethane
Third Coast International 
Troy Polymers, Inc.
TSE Industries, Inc.
UBE America Inc.
Volatile Free Inc.
Wanhua Chemical (America) Co., Ltd.
Wanner Engineering Company, Inc.
Whirlpool Corporation
Woodbridge Foam Corporation


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