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LV = “Low Viscosity” ADC Launches New Products: Andur® LV Series

亿万彩票软件anderson development company, (adc) has recently expanded our polyurethane product line. through the diligent work and innovation of our r&d teams, we have been able to create highly competitive products that meet our customer’s needs. recently adc has introduced the andur® lv series containing four new products: andur® lv 60 dplf, andur® lv 65 dplf, andur® lv 70 dplf, and andur® lv 75 dplf, all indicated with “lv” meaning low viscosity; offering many advantages over standard products.

andur lv products are low free tdi prepolymers based on ptmeg, which are lower in viscosity than our standard lftdi ptmeg products, especially at temperatures closer to ambient. this makes it easier to dispense from the container with minimal heat and easier to pour during processing.  the lv products also have longer potlife, which is especially helpful on harder durometer materials.  their tensile and tear strength is equivalent to our other standard ptmegs as well.

亿万彩票软件the brittleness temperature on the lv products is slightly higher than the standard products, so for extremely cold applications our standard ptmeg products have a slight edge. from the processor side, these prepolymers have increased clarity when cast with mboca, which enables processors to pigment parts and attain minimal color change as the elastomer cures.  our standard materials have more of an opaque appearance, whereas these products will appear more translucent.

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LQ=Liquid- ADC Launches New Products:

亿万彩票软件here at anderson development, our r&d teams are always looking to expand or improve our product lines. we aim to innovate and create products to meet our customer’s needs while making their products more competitive through ways such as improved processing or higher performance qualities. adc has recently introduced two new andur products denoted with “lq,” meaning liquidity at room temperature. the liquidity offers advantages over some of the products that are a waxy solid at room temperature.

Andur LQ 9-5 APLF is a low free TDI polyester prepolymer which is a viscous liquid at room temperature. This provides an advantage over our other LFTDI polyesters which are a waxy solid at room temperature. This is helpful to processors because when initially heating the LQ 9-5 APLF, the material becomes flowable much faster, cutting time off from the preheat stage.  The viscosity of the LQ 9-5 APLF is about 39000 cP at 86°F (30C°), and quickly drops to 6000 cP at 122°F (50°C).  At processing temperatures, the prepolymer is well below 2000 cP and has a 5-6 minute potlife with Curene® 442 (MBOCA).  Additionally, the Andur®亿万彩票软件 LQ 9-5 APLF is also approvable for dry food contact per regulation 21CFR 177.1680.

As a result of the research and testing for the technical paper ADC presented at PMA and CPI in 2019, we have introduced a new Andur® Glide product. Andur® Glide LQ 25 and is named as such due to its active ingredient content of 25% as well as its liquidity at ambient temperature.  The Andur® Glide LQ 25 is an abrasion resistance additive consisting of a proprietary modified wax dispersed in a universal plasticizer. This makes it compatible in all urethane systems.  The polymer/plasticizer mixture exhibits minimal separation over time, an advantage over Andur Glide 4830 which separates into two phases fairly quickly.  Also, when pre-mixed with the prepolymer, no agglomerations or other undesirable mixing phenomenon occur.  Below is a graph that shows the abrasion resistance benefit of using the Andur® Glide LQ 25 in Andur® 8-5 APLF and Andur® 85 APLF at levels of 2% and 4%.  The data demonstrates that from 0 %to 2% the volume loss (ASTM 5963, rotary drum abrasion) is substantially reduced to about one-third of the control and at 4% there is another reduction of 25-35% from the 2% addition level.  This translates to better sliding abrasion resistance in the final part. Andur®亿万彩票软件 Glide LQ 25 is available in 5 gallon pails and 1 gallon cans, quart samples (~2 lbs.) upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pack the Pickup 2019

Anderson Development Company( ADC) is pleased to continue our work with Daily Bread of Lenawee, an organization that has been working to provide nutritious meals for those in need for the past 18 years. This year, ADC was delighted to participate in our 5th annual collection drive for the Daily Bread of Lenawee. The collection saw a 14% increase over last year’s drive with 2,260 pounds of food collected, as well as a 3% increase in cash donations receiving a total amount of $390.

In addition to the donations, ADC has donated 10 food certificates, for meat and fresh vegetables, along with a check that will be presented to the Daily Bread of Lenawee for $2,650.

we would like to thank all of our employees for their support towards the community by contributing to the pack the pickup event year after year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sustainability Week 2019

at anderson development company (adc) we devote our efforts to being a sustainable company while continuing to improve processes, serve our customers, and invest in the community. just recently adc held our very first sustainability week which was a great success!

亿万彩票软件the purpose of sustainability week was to engage for not only our employees and visitors but local community members as well. through the use of educational posters, social media platforms, and a company-wide interactive scavenger hunt, we were able to highlight our sustainability initiatives, goals for our 2020 sustainability agenda, along with displaying our contributions towards the united nations sustainable development goals. the week was a great success with participation from all areas of the company, as well as customers and suppliers.

亿万彩票软件the educational posters highlighted our wide range of products and how they are contributing to a more sustainable future. each of our product lines contains different sustainability aspects. for example, almatex® bio-based pud’s that are produced from a soybean oil derivative or use chemical intermediates that were derived from recycled plastic bottles; our almatex® acrylic resins have a very low carbon footprint, and nearly 100% of product is used by end-user resulting in little to no waste; and our andur® polyurethane product line offer a low-free tdi option that reduces emissions and safety concerns from tdi vapors. additionally, adc has many partnerships within the community and schools with sustainability as part of that focus. adc provides real-life experiences for community members and local students through student internships & co-ops and through events like payback for education program, and the annual household hazardous waste day event which directly impact different community groups.

亿万彩票软件sustainability week 2019 was one way to communicate why sustainability is important to our company and how all stakeholders are impacted. adc will continue to strive for excellence in developing a more sustainable future for our company, community, and world.

 

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iChallengeU 2019

 

亿万彩票软件this year anderson development company (adc) was excited to continue the tradition of the ichallengeu event. adc works in partnership with students across the county as they are presented with real world challenges that will generate educational feedback to benefit each student’s overall learning experience.

the two week educational program is provided to students throughout lenawee county allowing them to work internally with local businesses. anderson development’s team consisted of cheyenne ely; of adrian high school, stephen stump; of sand creek high school, and trinity bowen; of hudson high school, along with their team leader kelly cichy; madison high school faculty.

This year’s team worked hard, while being tasked with the goal of providing new ways to attract more highly skilled employees to Anderson Development Company. All information collected over the two week period was then presented by each of our team members at the 2019 iChallengeU    competition, held at Baker College.

as the 2019 ichallengeu program came to a close adc asked each student the following question, “how would you describe your experience at anderson development company?

 

 

亿万彩票软件“my experience at adc was nothing short of amazing. there was not a single moment where i didn’t feel welcome, safe, or that i wasn’t learning. every single employee was more than happy to help us out, even though we are just a group of high school student’s brain storming on a project and stealing their printer paper. i wish i could come back to adc every summer for ichallengeu. it’s truly so much more than i expected. i feel like there is a place for everyone here and i really hope that what we produced can help adc get more employees. i mean who wouldn’t want to work at such a positive place?

–  cheyenne ely

 

 

“I participated in the iChallengeU program because I am getting ready to go to college and could use some more scholarship money to help me pay for college. I also know that I need help with communication, public speaking, and critical thinking because I have autism. I figured that this program was the perfect opportunity to help me get better at that. I also figured that I could use the experience gained from the iChallengeU program in everyday life. The experience I had while participating in the iChallengeU program was able to help me better myself at communication, public speaking, and critical thinking.”

–  stephen stump

 

 

“My experience at Anderson was more than I expected it to be. To be welcomed and supported in such good manner was amazing. Everyone here is so helpful, and they all show why Anderson has such a great environment. Doing this competition made me even more excited to go into the work force. Seeing how great the whole business side of the company is truly inspired me, especially to see females like myself in such prestigious positions. I’ll be forever grateful to ADC for this experience and what everyone taught about what makes a good company.”

–  trinity bowen

 

 

Anderson Development Company is extremely proud of the work done by our iChallengeU team this year. They worked very hard and accomplished an incredible amount of work in the 2 week project time. ADC looks forward to implementing many of the recommendations made by the team as we look to improve our recruiting process. Moving forward into the year 2020, we are excited to continue the tradition of the iChallengeU program!  

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Household Hazardous Waste Day 2019

The 2019 Household Hazardous Waste Day (HHWD) event would not have been successful without the help of Lenawee County and its local participants. Anderson Development Company (ADC), in partnership with Wacker Chemical Corporation, once again sponsored a highly successful Household Hazardous Waste Day event. Residents and businesses were given the opportunity to dispose of their unwanted materials properly.

This year’s event was held at Wacker Chemical Corporation on Saturday, May 18th, 2019 continuing with the tradition of alternating host sites. ADC wishes to extend our gratitude to Wacker Chemical Corporation and all of our community participants that volunteered their time to make this day a success. As in prior years, a large number of visitors brought their waste to the event to be disposed of properly.

the 2019 collection day saw incredible growth this year, with over 18% more waste being disposed of than 2018. specifically, hhwd 2019 processed 573 cars, carrying a total of 53,461 lb of waste. this was an increase in both cars and total waste over 2018, which saw 550 vehicles and 45,005 lb of waste. the further growth and progress every year continues to show the positive impact hhwd has on the lenawee community.

Playing a role in this year’s event was the Stubnitz Environmental Education Center by hosting the SEEC Spring Open House, offering a variety of programs and presentations centered on positive environmental impact. Participants were treated to a guided, interactive, trail hike that provided a great educational experience. ADC is pleased to work with Stubnitz as we strive to live in harmony with our environment and community.

we are excited to announce that next years even will be held at anderson development company! be on the lookout for dates and details to come!

 

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Payback for Education 2019

anderson development company recently participated in the 2019, payback for education event. read more!

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Giving to Our Industry

at a recent conference, anderson development company was asked the question of why we were willing to invest so much of time for our technical experts to lead different programs for the polyurethane industry–like leading an effort to create training materials for the safe, handling and disposal use of moca.   the person went on to say “these days, everyone has stretched their resources to the bone and will only help their biggest customers, and you’re out there helping other people who don’t even buy from you.”

亿万彩票软件right to left: chris goeloe (adc’s vp quality/responsible care) and mike kocak,  co-chairman of the ehs-regulatory committee, unveil the moca safe handling poster at the pma annual meeting.

 

for anderson development company, the answer to the question was pretty easy to answer.  this was just one of the many ways as a company that we can “pay it forward”. it is the same reason we are involved in our community, why we try to support our educators and schools, and why we share our wealth by supporting people with things like food drives. this is just another way. we strongly feel that if we can use our expertise to lead the effort to protect the health of people who handle chemicals, we should!  it doesn’t matter if they don’t buy from us–yet! it’s about doing the right thing; it’s about responsible chemistry. we strongly believe that chemistry can be performed safely if you understand what you are working with, have the right training, use the right tools and take the right precautions.

as a company, we’ve always believed that if you take care of people, whether they are your employees, your community members or the other people working in your industry, they will take care of you in the long run!

 

 

 

 

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Together for Sustainability

亿万彩票软件at anderson development company we recognize the importance of being a sustainable company and are dedicated to devoting our organization to efforts aimed at fulfilling this purpose. as part of our journey towards sustainability we recently participated in a “together for sustainability” (tfs) audit in an effort to learn how we can become more sustainable, as we work to strengthen our ability to serve our customers. anderson development this wasn’t just about checking a box for our customers; it was an opportunity for our company to grow, and to demonstrate our commitment to being a sustainable company. participating in the tfs audit taught us a few things and also validated that our efforts towards sustainability thus far have been successful and that we are doing great things.

TfS is an independent organization that was originally created by chemical companies with the goal of assessing, auditing and improving the sustainability practices within their global supply chains. After it was setup, TfS was “set free” from its founders, so that it can provide objective, independent insight into companies. The initiative is based on good practices and builds on established principles such as United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), Responsible Care Global Charter and more. In order to provide this insight, it audits and assess its subjects, covering topics relevant to sustainability including environment, health and safety, human rights and labor relations.

In preparation for the audit we conducted a gap analysis, and while we did discover some gaps we were able to close many of these during the preparation phase, and of course we continue to put efforts towards others. While we faired very well on our TfS audit scoring a 190 out of 200 possible points, we do not plan to rest on our laurels. We realize we are not perfect and we continue to focus on areas where we can improve as a company, and we continue to evaluate ways in which we can become even more sustainable than we are today.

sustainability is often defined as “meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” as a sustainable company, continual improvement is always on the forefront of our minds and actions. we look forward to improving and implementing new practices that can have a positive environmental or social impact on our local and global communities and to continue on in our journey of sustainability.

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Pack the Pickup 2018

this year anderson development company participated in our 4th annual collection drive for the daily bread of lenawee. read more!

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