Presented by DuPont Mobility & Materials
Recorded on November 10th, 2021
Trends including digital transformation, vehicle electrification, industrial automation and sustainability are creating new challenges for the wire & cable market. To address rapidly evolving market needs and regulatory requirements, the industry demands innovative resins and additives for jacketing and insulation. DuPont’s targeted portfolio of advanced materials can help improve the performance, flexibility, safety and sustainability of new wire & cable designs.
In this free webinar, three DuPont experts will discuss the features and benefits of important resins and additives specifically applicable to automotive, fiber optic, consumer electronics and industrial wire & cable applications.
Join us for:
- Insights on megatrends that are shaping the future of cable designs and driving the need for high performing polymers used in jacketing and insulation
- A discussion of DuPont’s strategic focus areas and corresponding solutions
- Details on materials featuring non-halogenated flame-retardance and high-temperature performance to enhance safety, compliance, durability and environmental protection
For this webinar, our presenters will also describe DuPont material solutions for wire & cable, including Hytrel® thermoplastic polyester elastomers, Vamac® ethylene acrylic elastomers, MultibaseTM silicone masterbatches and Crastin® polybutylene terephthalate resins.
The webinar presenters will be Barbara Meunier, Marketing Manager, Electrical & Electronics for EMEA; Maria-Luisa (Marisa) Paredes, EMEA Business Development Consultant, Wire & Cable Industry; and Klaus Kammerer, Senior Technical Consultant for Vamac® elastomers.
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