Recorded Thursday, October 1 at 11AM EDT – Presented by Dow Corning
Improving the performance of known polymer compounds is one of the most important strategic objectives of many compounders, processors and, certainly, product manufacturers. Yet, reaching new heights of performance is challenging with the same old toolbox. Expanding your options with proven silicone-based additives would seem to make sense, but there’s probably a few myths about “silicone” that are holding you back from charting a course of exploration. Knowing the facts about silicon chemistry and when and how to leverage inorganic chemistry is critical for anyone who wants to crack the code on performance improvements. In this free webinar, Dow Corning Chief Mythbuster, Shawn Mealey, will give you the information you need to explore the benefits of silicone-based additives for thermoplastics, including:
•The Basics of Silicone Chemistry
•Five Silicone Myths Busted
•When and How to Evaluate Silicone-Based Additives
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