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Silicone Elastomers 2011


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Silicone Elastomers 2011
Author: Conference Proceedings
ISBN 978-1-84735-627-7

Published: 2011


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Silicone elastomers have a unique combination of properties not found with organic elastomers, such as stability over a very wide temperature range, good electrical properties and environmental resistance, no smell or taste, high biocompatibility, low softness without plasticizers, and high colourability and transparency. Despite their relatively high cost, silicone elastomers are being increasingly used for applications where durability and safety in use are particularly important such as; automotive, electrical and electronic, domestic appliances, food processing, medical devices and baby bottle teats.


These proceedings cover all the presentations from the conference which covered the whole range of silicone elastomer materials, including high temperature vulcanised (HTV), room temperature vulcanised (RTV) and liquid silicone rubber (LSR).

SESSION 1 MARKET TRENDS FOR SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 1 Silicone elastomers – from innovation to function

Hans Winkelbach, Momentive Performance Materials GmbH, Germany

Paper 2 Building the future on silicone elastomers – sustainable innovation

Dr Hans Peter Wolf, Dow Corning GmbH, Germany

SESSION 2 SILICONE ELASTOMER MATERIALS

Paper 3 Silicone elastomers beyond traditional self bonding and self lubricating technology

Dr Jürgen Ismeier & Axel Schmidt, Wacker Chemie AG, Germany

Paper 4 Innovations in silicone rubber technologies

Fabien Virlogeux, Dr H P Wolf & P Beyer, Dow Corning France SaS, France

Paper 5 Novel silicone rubber curing technology with UV light

Clemens Trumm, Momentive Performance Materials GmbH, Germany

Paper 6 Effect of electron beam irradiation on structure-property relationship of compatible blends of LLDPE and PDMS rubber

Radhasvam Giri, K Naskar & Prof G B Nando, Rubber Technology Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, India

SESSION 3 APPLICATIONS FOR SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 7 High temperature silicone elastomers for rolling stock cables

Dr Bernard Dalbe, Nexans Research Centre, France

Paper 8 New high modulus silicone elastomer – fibre reinforced LSR

Oliver Franssen, Momentive Performance Materials GmbH, Germany & Alexander Widmayr Woco Industrietechnik GmbH, Germany

Paper 9 Lighting applications for silicones

Mariusz Kalecinski, Philips Lighting Poland SA, Poland

PAPER UNAVAILABLE Paper 10 Silicone soft skin adhesive technology

Audrey Wipret, Dow Corning Europe SA, Belgium

SESSION 4 TESTING SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 11 Are silicone elastomers suitable for all food contact applications? Migration properties and durability of silicone elastomers in food contact

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

SESSION 5 FILLERS FOR SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 12 New and tailor made precipitated silica grades for high performance silicone rubber

Dr Mario Scholz, Evonik Degussa GmbH, Germany

Paper 13 Preparation and structure-property behaviour of silica modified silicone urea copolymers

Iskender Yilgor & Emel Yilgor, Koc University, Turkey

SESSION 6 PROCESSING SILICONE ELASTOMERS

Paper 14 Bonding capabilities of a new agent for silicone elastomers

Aissa Benarous, Chemical Innovations Ltd, UK

Paper 15 Innovation in silicone processing equipment

Dr Fabio Belotti, Battaggion SpA, Italy

Paper 16 The latest technical advances with mixing and extrusion of silicone compounds

Dr Ubaldo Colombo, Colmec SpA, Italy

Paper 17 Quality requirements and economic aspects for the production of high quality silicone elastomers

Horst Hain, Uth GmbH, Germany

Paper 18 2K solutions for thermoplastics and LSR

Daniel Schölmberger, Elmet GmbH, Austria

Paper 19 HTV/LSR machinery and equipment, highest accuracy and lowest energy consumption

Armin Mattes, Engel Austria GmbH, Austria

Paper 20 State of the art dosing technology for LSR

Kurt Manigatter, Elmet GmbH, Austria
 

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