“Effect of Thermax® N990 on EPDM Electrical Percolation Threshold” Webinar by RDAbbott (June 7)

Join us on Wednesday, June 7, 2023, from 2:00 – 3:00 PM (ET) for a free webinar titled “Effect of Thermax® N990 on EPDM Electrical Percolation Threshold.” In this webinar, Ed Norton, the Technical Service Manager for Cancarb Limited, will explain why Thermax® N990, the largest particle size, lowest structure thermal carbon black on the market, is essential to reaching desired electrical resistivity values in various EPDM compounds.

This live event is part of RDAbbott’s 2023 Webinar Series, which provides technical insights, material updates, and processing recommendations from our supplier partners.

Register now and save your spot while seats are still available for this webinar. You’ll receive access to the live event, plus the recording and post-event resources.

Why You Should Attend

Electrical resistivity is an important property for various EPDM applications, such as wire and cable, battery and fuel cell gaskets, and automotive profiles. To achieve the specified electrical resistivity values in these applications, it is necessary to replace smaller particle size furnace blacks with mineral fillers and/or larger particle size carbon blacks.

In this presentation, you’ll hear the results of Cancarb’s technical study that compared blends of hard clay, Thermax® N990, and N550, and evaluated how the size, structure, and surface chemistry of these filler systems impact the insulative and conductive behaviors of the EPDM compounds. The effects of carbon black loading on volume resistivity, viscosity, and physical properties were also measured in this study.

How to Register

Follow this link to register and reserve your spot. If your calendar is booked during this time, you can still register now and watch on-demand later.

About the Presenter

Ed Norton is the Technical Service Manager for Cancarb, where he conducts studies on thermal carbon black and provides technical service and support to the marketplace. He joined Cancarb as a Technical Marketing Representative in 2018 after spending seven years with Alpha Technologies, where he worked as an Applications Specialist and provided technical support and training on rheometers. Ed earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Polymer Engineering from the University of Akron.

If you’re interested in learning more about Cancarb products or ARLANXEO EPDM products, contact us today.
To learn more about the other webinars in RDAbbott’s 2023 Webinar Series, visit RDAbbott.com/news/2023webinars.