Dow introduces DOWSIL Immersion Cooling Technology

Dow introduced DOWSIL™ Immersion Cooling Technology, a next-generation solution for cooling hyperscale cloud and enterprise data centers with optimized efficiency and sustainability. Award-winning DOWSIL™ Immersion Cooling Technology offers a revolutionary approach to thermal management and sustainability for fast-growing data centers in a new era of high-speed, high-volume data communications.

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Nexen Tire to supply original equipment for BMW’s all-electric iX1

The N’FERA SPORT premium tire from the South Korean tire maker, equipped for the X1 and the iX1 models, was manufactured at the NEXEN TIRE Europe plant specifically for use on European road conditions. The tire’s asymmetrical patterns are excellent for high-speed driving, and its 3+1 wide groove provides exceptional drainage performance. It also performs gracefully on both dry and wet roads.

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Guill Tool & Engineering introduces a new single-point concentricity extrusion crosshead

Guill Tool & Engineering introduces a new single-point concentricity extrusion crosshead that uses micro-fine adjustment screws for precise concentricity adjustment. The precision of concentricity reaches 0.008” or finer per revolution. This single point concentricity adjustment is a unique Guill innovation for the extrusion of thin-walled jacketing and precision ID/OD tubing. One adjustment bolt controls 360° of adjustment.

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Dow’s Dr. Yvonne J. Diaz recognized for STEM excellence

Dr. Yvonne J. Diaz, senior research specialist, was selected as a recipient of the Young Investigator Award for her exemplary contributions to Dow’s Consumer Solutions business. She is being recognized for leading a global cross-functional team to develop a more sustainable construction coating formulation that demonstrated feasibility of a more cost-effective manufacturing process. She is also leading the reformulation of three products being repurposed to deliver a more sustainable product portfolio

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