“Transform Regular LSR into Self-Bonding LSR” Webinar by Parker LORD (September 23)

Parker LORD is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at 2:00 PM (ET) to introduce its revolutionary adhesion additive patent-pending technology, Chemlok® 3Stream (3S), that transforms regular liquid silicone rubber (LSR) into self-bonding LSR.

In this live event, Parker LORD’s Global Market Manager Katie Tuttle and Staff Scientist Paul Wheeler, Ph.D., will:

  • Explain how Chemlok® 3S can be added to your existing injection molding process via a standard third-stream pump without giving up the quality or performance of the LSR physical properties, as well as alleviating the labor and volatile solvents associated with traditional primer/adhesive systems.
  • Review Chemlok® 3S’ adhesion performance to various plastic substrates, including: PA, PBT, aluminum, steel, nickel and many more.

Is your calendar already booked during this time? That’s okay! Register and you can watch on-demand later. Registrants will also receive additional post-event Chemlok® 3S resources.

About the Webinar Presenters

Katie Tuttle is a Global Market Manager in the Elastomer Process Materials Division, where she leads the product and market management of the Specialty Materials business. Katie received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chapel Hill. Prior to joining Parker Hannifin, Katie held various engineering roles, working on manufacturing process design and technology optimization.

Paul Wheeler, Ph.D., is a staff scientist at Parker LORD, where he develops innovative adhesive and bonding solutions. Much of his career has focused on generating bonding solutions for silicone elastomers. Dr. Wheeler received a B.S. in Plastics Engineering Technology from Penn State Erie and a Ph.D. in Polymer Science from the University of Southern Mississippi. Prior to joining Parker LORD, Dr. Wheeler held several leadership positions around nylon 66 compound technologies for the automotive market and nanotechnology for thermoplastic and thermoset materials.

Learn More and Register

To register for this webinar, click here.

To learn more about this new adhesion additive technology from Parker LORD, visit our product page and contact us! Our materials scientists and engineers are silicone experts who can help you determine the best options for your unique applications.