Application Chemist - Air Products
Tracy Wickmann has worked in the Performance Materials Division at Air Products and Chemicals in Allentown, PA since 1995. As an applications chemist in the Epoxy Additives Applied Technology Group, her responsibilities include new product development and applications support for epoxy curing agents in the coatings and civil engineering markets. Currently her focus is on high solids and waterborne epoxy curing agents for lower VOC systems. Prior to joining the Epoxy group, Tracy worked in the industrial coatings resins group and on nanoparticle research for many different application areas including coatings (polyurethanes, epoxies, etc.), polyurethane dispersions and elastomers and foam. Tracy received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Genetics from Purdue University and Masters of Polymer Science and Engineering from Lehigh University.
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Allentown, PA 18195
Air Products at a Glance
We make the world more productive, energy efficient and sustainable.
Our strategy is: winning in energy, environmental and emerging markets; executing on innovation, integration and improvement; delivering on revenue, margin and return goals.
We supply industrial gases, performance materials, equipment and technology. We are the world’s largest supplier of hydrogen and helium and have built leading global supply positions in growth markets such as semiconductor materials, refinery hydrogen, coal gasification, natural gas liquefaction, and advanced coatings and adhesives. Our Chief Executive Officer is John McGlade.
Air Products by the Numbers
72 years in business, headquartered in Allentown, PA
50 countries where we operate
600 production facilities
600 miles of industrial gas pipelines
5500 MRI magnets cooled with our helium
500 space shuttles launched with our hydrogen
130 hydrogen fueling stations in 19 countries
Financial Performance 2012
$10 billion revenue approximately
$1.5 billion operating income
$2 billion capital expenditures (excluding Indura), with $2 billion estimated for 2013
30th consecutive year of dividend increases