Dyneon GmbH, a subsidiary of science-based company 3M, will be presenting its product portfolio for the chemical and automotive industry at the 2015 International Rubber Conference and Exhibition.
Technical experts will demonstrate the company’s high performance perfluoroelastomer sealing technology, which provides a durable solution for the aerospace, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, and its two-component material for lightweight automotive construction.
The perfluoroelastomer range displayed will include the newly developed PFE 40Z ChemShield, a peroxide curable FFKM, HeatShield (continuous at 316 °C with further improved compression set), and the FDA and USP VI compliant PFE 7502BZ ChemShield with superior chemical and thermal resistance (continuous at 275°C).
The two-component material that will be presented combines Stanyl polyamide 46 from materials producer, DSM, and 3M Dyneon Fluoroelastomers to create a unique, two-component material to support the growing trend for lightweight automotive construction.
Dyneon says the primer-free FKM and PA 46 combination has an excellent characteristic profile for use in the economical two-component injection moulding and vulcanisation process that is increasingly used replacing metals in application and hazardous solvent based primers in bonding processes.
Hall 12 / Stand 108