Owens Corning introduces new Sustaina® glass veil and Ultrapipe® fabric design at Techtextil 2013

Owens Corning (NYSE: OC) introduced a new glass-based solution for construction, transportation and pipe rehabilitation during the Techtextil trade show in Frankfurt, June 11-13.

Owens Corning is a global producer of glass fiber reinforcements for composite systems with specialization in glass based non-woven solutions and the most complete range of coated & uncoated technologies.Samples of veils, fabrics, mats and end-use applications will be displayed at company booth G71 in hall 3.1 during the show.New Sustaina® surfacing and reinforcing glass non-woven solutions for residential and commercial building applicationsAfter a successful launch in North America, Owens Corning is bringing its new Sustaina® surfacing and reinforcing glass non-woven solutions to the European residential & commercial building market.This new technology helps meet legislation requirements on indoor air quality (IAQ) in product-applications, supporting customers as they move towards more sustainable solutions.The product contains a bio-based, formaldehyde-free binder system and delivers higher tensile strength performance versus traditional products.

Patented LOC 90 degree Ultrapipe® fabric design for cure in place pipe (CIPP) sewer and pressure applications

With its long oriented chops (LOC) fabrics, the Ultrapipe® range is expanding into a very large portfolio addressing all trenchless (no-dig) CIPP sewer and pressure applications. LOC fabrics constructions (0 degree and 90 degree direction) provide high stretch-ability for all liner types made with folding, stitching & winding processes, combined with an increased stiffness and strength properties. The Ultrapipe® enhanced UV curing performance allows larger diameter, thicker laminate constructions.

All solutions are direct outcomes of Owens Corning's continued investment to develop innovative industry-specific capabilities to meet the current and emerging trends of our customers.

About Owens Corning

Owens Corning is a global producer of glass fiber reinforcements and engineered materials for composite systems and residential and commercial building materials. A Fortune 500 company for 59 consecutive years, Owens Corning is committed to driving sustainability through delivering solutions, transforming markets and enhancing lives. Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Owens Corning had sales of $5.2 billion in 2012 and employs 15,000 employees in 27 countries on five continents. The Owens Corning Composite Solutions Business delivers a broad range of reinforcement products that provide lightweight alternatives to steel, wood and aluminum, thereby reducing weight and improving energy efficiency. Additional information is available at www.owenscorning.com.

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