Presented by DOMO Engineering Plastics
November 29, 2022, at 8 a.m. EST
The mobility sector is going through a tremendous transformation and OEMs need materials suppliers that can quickly adapt their materials to new requirements. At DOMO we are focusing on low CO2 emissions, lightweighting solutions, vehicle electrification and connectivity.
In this webinar, DOMO experts will guide you through the latest innovations for this specific market segment.
The TECHNYL® product portfolio of flame retardant polyamides is dedicated to e-mobility battery assembly parts (E.g. cell insulation plates, battery covers), power electronics and HV circuits.
With optimized flame retardant properties to serve higher wall thicknesses, these solutions provide the mechanical properties to meet the demanding needs and improve competitiveness in the e-mobility sector.
Another key aspect in electric vehicles is corrosion prevention to ensure safety-critical functionalities and this is where TECHNYL® PURE comes into play.
The last part of the webinar will focus on the color orange, one of the most relevant shades in today’s electric mobility.
With TECHNYL®, OEMs can rely on a comprehensive ORANGE shaded offering, ranging from PA6-based solutions up to high temperature nylon, unfilled or high glass reinforced solutions, as well as flame retardant options. Colors are available from RAL 2011 up to RAL 2003. New special ORANGE solutions with improved electrical performance and processability, together with color retention capability beyond aging at 130°C for 1000h, are now part of the DOMO e-mobility toolkit.
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Application Development Manager Automotive Market
DOMO Engineering Plastics
Nancy Zilli joined DOMO in July 2022 with the goal of developing new business in the e-mobility field. She is responsible for initiating and supporting the development of new products, applications and technologies addressing customer and market needs related to e-mobility, with a specific focus on new energy vehicle cooling, power electronics and fuel cell systems. She has more than 10 years of commercial, business development and marketing experience acquired in the field of engineering plastics for the automotive sector.
Business Development Manager C&E Market
DOMO Engineering Plastics
Xavier Couillens has been in Marketing & Business Development for DOMO since 2018, with the remit to capture new markets for halogen-free flame retardant solutions. Prior to this, he spent almost 14 years in Research & Development in Italy and France, focusing on the development of sustainable flame retardant materials. He began his career on a two-year post-doctoral Marie Curie fellowship from the EU. He spent these two years in the Research & Development center of Rhodia Polyamide, developing innovative polyamide materials for the automotive market. He earned a Ph.D in Inorganic Chemistry at the University Paul Sabatier of Toulouse, France, in 2000.
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