DuPont Mobility & Materials has been named a finalist in the annual R&D100 Awards for two of its products in the mechanical/materials category.

The materials are BETAMATE 2090 crash-resistant adhesive, which is used for electric vehicle battery housing assembly to help reduce mass and increase safety, and Delrin Renewable Attributed polyoxymethylene (POM) comprised of 100% bio-feedstock from waste and manufactured using 100% renewable energy.

‘DuPont’s sustainability goals are aggressive and it’s gratifying to have two important technologies named as R&D 100 finalists that also showcase our commitment,’ said Randy Stone, President, DuPont Mobility & Materials.’

This story uses material from DuPont, with editorial changes made by Materials Today.