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Latex 2004


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Latex 2004
Author: Conference Proceedings
ISBN 978-1-85957-445-4

Published: 2004
222 pages

Price: $148.00 + S&H
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Latex 2004 provided a valuable update on the latest trends and developments in synthetic emulsions, natural latex and latex based products.

The conference covered both synthetic and natural rubber latex materials, additives as well as developments in important end market applications, such as adhesives, carpet backing, condoms, foamed products, gloves, non wovens, paints, textiles and many others.

Topics discussed included new materials and chemicals, machinery and equipment developments, standards & regulatory requirements, quality enhancements, and market trends.


List of papers

SESSION 1: MARKET AND INDUSTRY REVIEWS
An Economic and Statistical Overview of Rubber Latices
Dock No, Darren Cooper & Prachaya Jumpasut, International Rubber Study Group, UK
Global Latex Technologies and Markets
Richard Beswick, bms AG, Switzerland & Dave Dunn, bms Inc, USA
SESSION 2: RAW MATERIALS AND CHEMICALS
Additives for the Latex Industry
Clara Petri, Schill + Seilacher "Struktol", Germany
ZMTI Slurry and its Effect on Five Phenolic Antioxidants
Carrie Webster & Christopher Nola, R.T. Vanderbilt Co Inc, USA
A High Performance Microbiocide System for Latex Protection
Bernd Unterweger, Biomontan, Austria
Safer Accelerators for the Latex Industry
Roger Couchman & K B Chakraborty, Robinson Brothers Ltd, UK
SESSION 3: MANUFACTURING, TECHNOLOGY, PROCESSING AND QUALITY
De-Aeration Technology and Applications
Johannes Popp, Netzsch-Feinmahltechnik GmbH, Germany
Compounding and Manufacture of Thin-Wall Latex Products
Ray Russell-Fell, Consultant, UK
Grinding in Agitator Bead Mills – Technology and Applications
Stefan Jung, Netzsch-Feinmahltechnik GmbH, Germany
Modern Synthetic Latex Production
Volker Erb, Polymer Latex GmbH & Co, Germany
Quality Aspects of Condom Manufacturing in the 21st Century
David Hill, SSL International, UK
SESSION 4: FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH IN LATEX

Recent Technical Surveillance of Extractable Protein Content of Latex Condoms
Ong Eng Long, Malaysian Rubber Export Promotion Council, Malaysia
New Fundamental Research with Natural Rubber Latex
Gunther Lottmann, Pica De Hule SA, Guatemala
Extractable Protein Levels of Latex Gloves Do Not Relate to Allergen Levels Found in Powder on Gloves
Dan Olson, Charter Pipeline, USA
Surface Treatments to Improve Vulcanised Latex Adhesion: Current State of the Art
José Miguel Martin-Martínez, Maria D Romero-Sanchez, Carmen M Cepeda-Jimenez & Maria S Estebanex-Rodriguez, University of Alicante, Spain

Morphology and Mechanical Properties of Layered Silicate Reinforced Natural (NR) And Polyurethane (PUR) Rubber Blends produced by Latex Compounding
Siby Varghese, Rubber Research Institute of India, India
SESSION 5: STANDARDS AND REGULATORY ISSUES
Natural Rubber Latex Condoms - Requirements Set Forth in International Standard vs. Real-Time Ageing Studies
Steffen Bodemeier, CPR Produktions-und Vertriebs GmbH, Germany
SESSION 6: MATERIALS COMPETITION & DEVELOPMENTS IN END USE MARKETS
The Anatomy of Inter-Material Competition in Synthetic Latex Polymers: Japan and China
LaVerne W. Ellerbe, Kline Group, USA & Ian Butcher, Kline Group, Belgium
Nanocomposite Barrier Coatings
Harris A Goldberg, InMat Inc, USA
Quantum leap Polymer Innovation Performance Through Advanced Technology Management
Wolfram Keller, P R T M, Germany

 

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