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Historic Pennsylvania Tunnel Reopens After Forty Years with Help From NCFI’s TerraThane Polyurethane Foam

Pinkerton Tunnel

MOUNT AIRY, NC—A $2 million tunnel construction project on the Great Alleghany Passage (GAP) is reopened to the public with help from a geotechnical polyurethane foam called TerraThane, by US company, NCFI Polyurethanes. The GAP rail-trail is 150 miles of hiking and biking between Cumberland, Md, and Pittsburgh, Pa. created along the former railway line. […]

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White House Honors NCFI Polyurethanes’ Commitment to Low Global Warming Potential (GWP) Products

NCFI President, Mr. Chip Holton, Invited to Exclusive Roundtable Meeting with US Secretary of Energy and Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency MOUNT AIRY, NC—The White House recently invited NCFI Polyurethanes to an exclusive 20-company roundtable discussion about the company’s aggressive efforts at reducing potent greenhouse gases known as hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). The Obama Administration […]

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Historic New Mexico School Turned into Condos with Help from Santa Fe’s Southwest Spray Foam and NCFI Polyurethanes®

MOUNT AIRY, NC—An historic New Mexico building is getting, quite literally, a new lease on life. The Manderfield School in Santa Fe was designed by John Gaw Meem, widely considered New Mexico’s greatest 20th century architect, and built in the 1920s. Today, the historic school in the heart of the city’s arts community is being […]

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New NCFI Polyurethanes® Open-Cell SPF Insulation Passes Appendix X Testing – No Additional Ignition Barrier Needed

The US company’s new Sealite™ OCX Next Generation Open-Cell SPF Insulation meets or exceeds IBC and IRC requirements for installation in attics and crawlspaces without additional ignition barriers. According to Mitch Clifton, dir. of sales at NCFI, “It’s the most exciting new product our scientists have developed in the last decade. OCX will quickly become […]

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NCFI’s Insulation Donation Helps NC Children’s Home Farm Keep Veggies and Fruits Longer for Children and Families

MOUNT AIRY, NC— Like all farms, the 212-acre Farm at the Children’s Home of Winston-Salem, NC, grows a bounty of lettuces, beans, potatoes, and big, red, juicy tomatoes in the area’s rich high plateau soil. The produce grown is either used to feed the children and families they serve, or sold at the local farmer’s […]

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