RDAbbott is launching a new webinar series that will provide technical insights and processing recommendations, feature new products and technologies, and showcase solutions from supplier partners. The first webinar in this free series, “Third-Stream Additives that Modify LSR and HCR,” is scheduled for Tuesday, March 30, from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (PT) and will explain how RDAbbott and NovationSi, with its revolutionary NovaSperse® third-stream modifier technologies, are advancing ways to change the functional properties of cured articles in situ of the liquid injection molding process.
Starting in March, RDAbbott will be launching a webinar series featuring products from many of our supplier partners. These webinars will provide technical insights and processing recommendations, as well as feature new products and technologies.
Cancarb Limited recently announced the completion and successful commissioning of the sixth unit at its thermal carbon black production facility in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. This expansion brings capacity for its Thermax® brand of thermal carbon black products to 54,000 MT per year.
TLARGI is gearing up to host its first web technical conference on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, from 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM (PT). Attendees will hear from familiar elastomer pros and some of RDAbbott’s trusted supplier partner representatives, such as John Dick, Pete Spanos, and Ed Norton.
Cancarb is making continued progress on the construction of a sixth thermal carbon black unit at its facility in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, which is expected to be completed by
Cancarb’s technical team prepared these comprehensive technical presentations to showcase the unique properties and processing benefits of Thermax® which make it an exceptional, cost-effective choice for so many applications.
Next generation gas drilling techniques continue to evolve allowing the market access to previously unavailable large shale gas reserves.
RDAbbott is pleased to announce its appointment as Cancarb Limited’s agent for Thermax brand Thermal Carbon Black to the rubber industry in the United States and Canada effective January 1, 2017.
The first step in developing an FKM part is determining a formulation to withstand the part’s future environment. The part’s environment will dictate the physical properties required for your rubber compound. This chart is an excellent starting point for developing that initial formulation.