3M has launched a new automotive-focused web page with detailed information, infographics, videos, and downloadable guides about its 3M™ Dyneon™ fluoroelastomers.
3M is sharing a white paper that compares the long-term compression stress relaxation (CSR) of hydrocarbon rubbers to FKM, a category of materials that include 3M™ Dyneon™ fluoroelastomers. All these materials were immersed in organic acid technology (OAT) coolant and in ethylene glycol coolant for 3000 hours.
3M is sharing a sales sheet that compares the performance of three 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroelastomers with HNBR and EPDM rubber after these materials were heat aged in coolants.
RDAbbott is sharing a recording of their recent webinar titled “Improving Self-Lubricating LSR in Sealing Applications with a Novel Third-Stream Additive.” This one-hour course about a new Dow liquid silicone rubber (LSR) product was livestreamed on October 19, 2021.
3M is sharing a video that shows how its Dyneon™ Fluoroelastomers resist chemical absorption and swelling when immersed in methanol, an emerging fuel in the automotive industry.
3M is sharing a video that explains how compression stress relaxation testing is solving automotive sealing challenges.
3M is sharing a PDF brochure with starter recipes for its 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroelastomers, advanced materials for automotive seals and hoses. These recipes are engineered within desirable property windows for automotive applications and can help give you a competitive edge.
3M is sharing a recording of a recent webinar called “Peroxide Cured Fluoroelastomers in Automotive Applications.” This one-hour course provides an overview of fluoroelastomers in various automotive applications, introduces next-generation peroxide cured products from 3M, and shares a case study about coolant resistance.
Moldable optical silicones are becoming increasingly popular in automotive, architectural, outdoor, and general-purpose lighting applications. By watching this recorded presentation you’ll get an in-depth look at how optically clear LSRs are molded into functional parts with unique properties.
RDAbbott has signed a new distribution agreement with 3M to expand its distribution of 3M Advanced Materials to Canada. This new agreement will be facilitated and managed locally by RDAbbott’s Canadian division, RDAbbott Canada, Ltd., based out of Burlington, Ontario, in the Greater Toronto Area. The agreement became effective on July 1, 2021, and covers fluoroelastomers; perfluoroelastomers; and FKM curatives and process aids.