“Fluoroelastomer Processing, Thermal and Chemical Resistance” Webinar by 3M (May 26)

On Wednesday, May 26, 2021, from 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM (CT) 3M is hosting a free webinar titled, “Fluoroelastomer Processing, Thermal and Chemical Resistance.”

This 45-minute course will cover the various ways fluoroelastomers can be mixed, the basic processes used to produce parts, adhesion capabilities, as well as provide a brief overview of chemical and thermal resistance properties.

The featured speaker will be Tho Nyugen, 3M Advanced Materials’ Senior Application Engineer.

Unable to attend? No worries. You can access the webinar recording shortly following the event from 3M.com/fkmwebinars.

This webinar is the fourth in a series that will explore 3M’s extensive portfolio offering of fluoroelastomers that are uniquely suited to survive and perform in many of today’s most challenging applications and environments, from deep in the earth to the depths of space. Every day we use these technologies to help customers in automotive, nuclear power, plastics processing, oil and gas, defense and many other industries find new ways to turn “what’s possible” into “what’s next.”

To learn more about 3M’s 2021 webinar series, visit their online Learning Academy at 3M.com/fkmwebinars.

For more information about 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroelastomers, visit this web page and contact us!