Tuesday, April 13th | 8:00 am - 9:00 am | Delivered Remotely
Silicone elastomers has the necessary set of properties above all other elastomeric materials. The dedicated LSR materials for these applications are self-lubricating in nature, which enables the assembly of the electrical contacts attached to the cables. The presentation will focus on Silopren LSR 3366/50 technology, an innovative development spawned by the ever increasing application demand requirements set forth by higher service temperatures and long-term compression set requirements.
About our presenter:
Lauren Wallace is currently an Application Development Engineer at Momentive Performance Materials located in Garrett, Indiana. She received her degree in Chemical Engineering at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. At Momentive, she currently focuses on one-step formulation development for biocompatible products in healthcare and also works on formulation development for automotive applications. Lauren previously worked as a Management Trainee in Nestle’s Leadership Development Program from 2018 to 2020, focusing on process engineering and operations management within their ice cream division.
About our panelists:
Oliver Safarowsky is currently a Lead Elastomers Development Scientist.
Clemens Trumm is currently an Application Development Expert.
Tim Higgins is currently a Global Marketing Manager for Automotive and E-mobility.
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