3M Advanced Materials is showcasing its latest plastics materials for future megratrends at K 2016, including fluoropolymers and glass bubbles for energy saving and lightweight construction.
During the show 3M and its subsidiary, Dyneon, will demonstrate the effective use of fluoropolymers in fuel cells, where they can live up to the unique and aggressive chemical and temperature conditions and providing specialised electro-chemical properties, thereby increasing their performance and extending their lifetime.
In addition, it will demonstrate how, used as a binding agent, 3M Dyneon Fluoroplastic THV extends the lifetime of batteries, which is of particular relevance to the automotive industry, amongst others, as the high performance plastic offers very good barrier properties and withstands very high temperatures. Finally, it will showcase lightweighting applications through the use of 3M Glass Bubbles iM16k.
Find them – Hall 5, Stand B10