The Dow and IBM have announced a partnership that will enable the manufacturing of a new industrial coating, called Dow’s “Architectural Foam Coatings,” that will be manufactured by Dow’s Nanotechnology Group and will be available for sale to the public in the next few months.
The coatings will be used to make facades, doors, windows, and windowsills.
The company says it has partnered with IBM to bring the coating to market, and that it expects to ship the coatings in 2018.
It says it will “develop and implement the technologies and processes for production, use, and licensing of the coating in the U.S. and abroad.”
Dow Chemical CEO Nicholas Coates and IBM CEO Joe Gebbia were also among the keynote speakers at the event.
IBM has said that it will supply the coatations to Dow Chemical.
IBM says the coating will be “fully open and transparent” and it will offer a “unique blend of strength, durability, and transparency.”
Dow is a major player in the fabric industry, with nearly half of the products it manufactures.
Dow has been a leader in manufacturing foam coatings for years, and the Nanotechnology group is a partner in Dow’s Dow’s Industrial Materials business.
The nanotechnology company also manufactures the Dow’s PVD coating.
Dow and Nanotechnology have been working together for years on the new coating, which is the result of a collaboration between the two companies.
It is made from polyethylene, which the Dow Chemical company is developing for the manufacture of a foam material that is a polymer that will resist chemical and environmental degradation.
It has been applied to coatings that have been used in industrial production before.
“We have a long history of manufacturing in polymers and our expertise with polymers will allow us to make a high-performance coating for the manufacturing market,” said Dow Chemical’s John C. Hickey.
Dow said that the new material will be a more durable and environmentally friendly alternative to existing coatings.
It will also be environmentally friendly.
It comes at a time when the use of polymers is increasing, which means that they have to be environmentally safe as well.
According to Dow, the new nanotechnology coating will not require any additional materials to be manufactured, and it “will be environmentally compatible.”
It will be made from the Dow Nanotechnology polymer, and will cost between $0.60 to $0,90 per pound.
It does not have the same strength as the other existing coaters on the market, but it will be stronger than the materials in use today.
Dow says that the coating’s strength will be at least 50% greater than existing polymers, and its chemical resistance will be 90% to 95%.
The coating will use a material called “Archival Foam,” which was developed in collaboration with IBM.
The material has been shown to be as strong as polymers but has a lower environmental impact than polymers.
IBM is using a polymers polymer called “Mold-Free Polymers” that has been used for years in aerospace, telecommunications, and other applications.
IBM said that in its partnership with Dow, IBM will be using a polymer of “Archive Foam” as a base material for its coatings and will use this polymer in its manufacturing processes.
IBM will also use the new polymer in manufacturing processes for Dow Chemical and its customers.
The partnership will allow Dow to produce a coating that can be applied to both commercial and industrial applications.
It’s also possible that Dow Chemical will use the material in the future to create a new material that can provide a more efficient and effective coating for industrial applications, and could be used for manufacturing products for which it already manufactures the coating.
This material is not expected to be ready for use until 2018, at the earliest.
The new coating will cost about $2,000 to $3,000 per pound, and is expected to last for a decade.
The materials used in Dow Chemical coatings are manufactured in a facility in Louisville, Kentucky, where they are processed by the Dow Manufacturing Technology Laboratory in Louisville.
IBM also has a manufacturing facility in New Jersey that is home to its research labs.
IBM’s manufacturing facilities have been around for decades, and some of the materials used on the Dow Chemicals’ coatings were developed there, but the new coatings use a polyethylenes material that IBM has worked with Dow Chemical for decades.
The Nanotechnology team is also in the process of working with Dow Chemical to develop a coatings-related technology for use in a future coatings line.