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Chemlok® Virtual Training by Parker Lord (February 20)

Join Parker Lord on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (ET) for a free training about its Chemlok® rubber-to-substrate adhesives. This virtual training will consist of two, one-hour pre-recorded sessions followed by a live question-and-answer session. Sign up to learn about substrate adhesive preparation, and application, coated part handling, molding best practices, and troubleshooting.

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Weatherstrip and Glass Virtual Training Course by Parker Lord (December 6)

Join Parker Lord on Wednesday, December 6, 2023, from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (ET) for a free Weatherstrip and Glass Virtual Training Course. This webinar will cover Sipiol® weatherstrip coatings (Module 1) and Flocklok® single-coat flock adhesives (Module 2). There will be a live question-and-answer session at the end of each module. The total course duration is 90 minutes.

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Chemlok® Virtual Training by Parker Lord (December 5)

Join Parker Lord on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (ET) for a free training about its Chemlok® rubber-to-substrate adhesives. This virtual training will consist of two, one-hour pre-recorded sessions followed by a live question-and-answer session. Sign up to learn about substrate adhesive preparation, and application, coated part handling, molding best practices, and troubleshooting.

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Webinar Recording: “SILASTIC™ Silicones for Electric Vehicles”

In this webinar recording, Jake Steinbrecher and Brad Jones, Technical Service & Development Scientists for Dow, highlight opportunities for silicone rubber in electric vehicles (EVs) with an emphasis on safety and material compatibility.

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“SILASTIC™ Silicones for Electric Vehicles” Webinar by RDAbbott (November 16)

In this webinar, Jake Steinbrecher and Brad Jones, Technical Service & Development Scientists for Dow, will highlight opportunities for silicone rubber in electric vehicles (EVs) with an emphasis on safety and material compatibility. SILASTIC™ silicones from Dow combine mechanical and chemical properties that many organic polymers cannot match.

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Webinar Recording: “LSR Solutions for Compatibility with Fire Retardant Plastics”

In this webinar recording, Dr. Noel Chang, Technical Service and Development Leader for Dow Consumer Solutions, and Dr. Jessica Ding, the Marketing Manager for Dow, introduce SILASTIC™ 9212-50 LSR for sealing that’s compatible with connector housings made of flame-retardant plastics.

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Webinar Recording: “Effect of Thermax® N990 on EPDM Electrical Percolation Threshold”

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. This 47-minute presentation highlights 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.

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“Cold-Bond 150: A One-Part System that Requires No Dumping and Mixing” Webinar by Parker Lord (July 27)

In this webinar, Lexa Thompson, Market Expansion Manager for Parker Lord, will provide a comprehensive overview of the features, benefits, and ideal applications of Parker Lord’s Chemlok® Cold-Bond (CB) 150 Adhesive one-part system.

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“LSR Solutions for Compatibility with Fire Retardant Plastics” Webinar by RDAbbott (June 29)

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™ 921X LSR Series for sealing that’s compatible with connector housings made of flame-retardant plastics.

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

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. Join us on June 7, 2023, from 2:00 – 3:00 PM (ET) to 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.

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