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Silicone Elastomers 2009


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Silicone Elastomers 2009
Author: Conference Proceedings
ISBN 978-1-84735-395-5

Published: 2009
Pages: 20 papers
Format: Soft-backed



Price: $165.00 + S&H
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The third international conference on silicone elastomers informed the length and breadth of the silicone elastomers supply chain on current research developments and new applications. The application areas of silicone elastomers are widespread due to their wide spectrum of high performance qualities; temperature stability, electrical resistance, chemical inertia and high biocompatibility. Medical, healthcare, food, automotive, electrical, electronic and domestic appliance industries all require silicone elastomer blends that meet individual criteria.

Organisations that work with fluorosilicone, silicone composites, thermoplastic silicones, bonding agents, epoxy silicone blends, carbon nanotubes, medical grade silicones, extrusion, mixing or fine mesh straining will all benefit from these proceedings. The conference informed delegates on silicone elastomer market trends, materials, applications, testing, additives, fillers and processing.

SESSION 1: MARKET TRENDS FOR SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 1: Silicone elastomers – solutions for the future


Dr Hans Peter Wolf, Fabien Virlogeux & E Gerlach, Dow Corning GmbH, Germany

SESSION 2: SILICONE ELASTOMER MATERIALS
Paper 2: Fluoro technologies created new dimensions for liquid silicone rubber 
Fabien Virlogeux, H P Wolf & E Gerlach, Dow Corning GmbH, Germany

Paper 3: Silicone elastomers – clear as glass

Dip –Ing Oliver Franssen & H Bayerl, Momentive Performance Materials GmbH, Germany

Paper 4: Formulation of two-part elastomer systems: From theory to practice

Delphine Blanc & Caroline Moine, Bluestar Silicones, France


Paper 5: Contribution of soft segment entanglements on thermomechanical properties of silicone-urea copolymers

Iskender Yiglor, T Eynur, M Bakan & E Yilgor, Koc University, Turkey
 

Paper 6: Mechanical and thermal properties of epoxy silicone blends synthesized in supercriticial carbon dioxide

M G H Zaidi, A Tiwari, T Agarwal, V Kumar, P L Sah, G B Pant University, India & S Alam, Defense Material Stores Research & Development Establishment, India

 

SESSION 3: APPLICATIONS FOR SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 7: Advances in silicone elastomers for healthcare applications


Burkhard Ledig, Momentive Performance Materials GmbH, Germany

 

Paper 8: Silicone elastomers in medical applications: Recent developments

Dr Andre Colas & X Thomas, Dow Corning SA, Belgium

 
SESSION 4: TESTING SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 9: Determination of the overall migration from silicone elastomers into simulants and foodstuffs using H-NMR techniques


Prof Dr Thomas Simat, Dresden University of Technology, Germany & R Helling, Saxon Institute for Public and Veterinary Health, Germany

 
Paper 10: Claim and benefit –based approaches for assessing the antimicrobial performance for silicone elastomer formulations

Peter D Askew, Industrial Microbiological Services Ltd (IMSL), UK

 

SESSION 5: ADDITIVES FOR SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 11: Microbial biofilm inhibitor for silicone elastomers


Svoboda Tabakova & V Mircheva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

 

SESSION 6: FILLERS FOR SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 12: Silicones and carbon nanotubes – from antistatic to fire barrier and fouling release coatings


Dr Michel Mahy, Nanocyl SA, Belgium

 

Paper 13: Fumed silica – more than just a powder

Mario Scholz, Evonik Degussa GmbH, Germany

 

Paper 14: Fillers for silicone elastomers – non-silica alternatives

i V Dr Thomas Doege, Quarzwerke GmbH, Germany 

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Paper 15: Collapse resistant extrusions and further benefits with Neuburg Siliceous Earth in peroxide cured high consistency silicone rubber

Hubert Oggermüller, Nicole Westhaus, Rainer Lüttich, Hoffmann Mineral GmbH & Co KG, Germany

 

SESSION 7: PROCESSING SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 16: Recent advances in bonding agents for silicone elastomers


Albert Achen, LORD Germany GmbH, Germany & Patrick Warren, LORD Corporation, USA

 

Paper 17: Recent advances in silicone mixing and extrusion processing

Dr Ubaldo Colombo, Colmec SpA, Italy

 

Paper 18: Fine mesh straining and extrusion applications with gear pump systems for silicone elastomers

Winfried Trost & H Hain, Uth GmbH, Germany

 

Paper 19: Elastomer multi component moulding

Ing Leopol Praher, Engel Austria GmbH, Austria

 

Paper 20: LSR tooling at its best, what are the main factors for efficient and economic production?

Kurt Manigatter, Elmet GmbH, Austria

 

 

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