In this upcoming webinar, Dr. Noel Chang, Technical Service and Development Leader for Dow Consumer Solutions, and Dr. Jessica Ding, the Marketing Manager for Dow, will describe SILASTIC™ 991X LSR Series for sealing that’s compatible with connector housings made of flame-retardant plastics.
Dow has launched a new series of selective adhesion LSR products for the mobility and transportation industry. SILASTIC™ SA 994X LSRs are primer-less, self-adhesive, and available in standard and self-lubricating versions with a one-to-one mix ratio for two-component injection molding with thermoplastic substrates. These new LSR materials were specifically developed to target adhesion to polybutylene terephthalates (PBT) and polyamides (PA).
A novel silicone material from Dow is helping LumenFlow, a provider of lighting solutions, to improve the accuracy and efficiency of its optical assembly operations. SILASTIC™ MS-1002 Moldable Silicone can withstand the high temperatures of reflow soldering and supports geometries that are not possible with the thermoplastics used in traditional optics.
RDAbbott has hired Sean Djuricic as Account Manager for outside sales starting with the U.S. West Coast. Sean is a rubber industry professional with 20+ years of sales and marketing experience. Previously, Sean was the sales and marketing manager for Akron Rubber Development Laboratory, Inc. (ARDL), which provides testing and development services to the rubber and plastic industries.
Parker LORD has released a couple more technical resources highlighting its revolutionary adhesion additive Chemlok® 3Stream (3S) that transforms regular LSR into self-bonding LSR.
Parker LORD recently hosted a webinar on “Transforming Regular LSR into Self-Bonding LSR.” We wanted to make sure you have access to this insightful presentation.
Parker LORD is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, September 23rd at 2:00 PM (ET) to introduce its introduce its revolutionary adhesion additive patent-pending technology, Chemlok® 3Stream (3S), that transforms regular liquid silicone rubber (LSR) into self-bonding LSR.