Rubber Bonding 2006
Preis: EUR 160.00
This fifth international conference started with a session on rubber to metal bonding with an overview by R Del Vecchio on comparisons between eight different types of rubber.
Automotive applications of rubber bonding were a key feature of the conference. Henkel and Polycil gave papers on bonding of anti-vibration systems. Boss Rubber Technologies have been working on PSAs for applications such as bonding TPE weatherstrip. Chris Stevens of NGF has worked on improving rubber to glass cord bonding for automotive applications such as timing belts and EPDM weatherstrip sealing profiles. Rhodia Silicones discussed automotive adhesives.
There was a keynote address on tyre cord bonding from the world expert, Dr William van Ooij.
Rubber bonding must withstand increasingly aggressive and corrosive environments, particularly in automotive and oilfield applications. Thad Plasczynski talked about the latest Rohm and Haas adhesives for metal bonding in the most severe environments and there was a case study by Marek Gnatowski on a natural rubber-steel pipeline liner bonding failure. Phoenix Rubber has been working on oilfield hoses and the issues of bonding rubber to plastic liners made of PA11 and PVDF.
Advanced Elastomer Systems presented information on new thermoplastic vulcanisates with good adhesion to engineering thermoplastics. PolyOne have new TPEs for multimaterial moulding at high temperatures.
There were some unusual sources of inspiration in rubber bonding with Ewen Kellar describing a method of moulding a tacky profile onto elastomers, based on studies of the adhesives used by geckos to climb shear surfaces.
Environmentally-friendly rubber bonding is the aim in manufacturing. TACK-SERVICE and Lord Corporation have both made advances in this field.
SESSION 1. RUBBER TO METAL BONDING
R J Del Vecchio, Technical Consulting Services, & Ernest Ferro Jr, Corry Rubber Corp., USA
Paper 1: Comparisons and contrasts in rubber-metal bonding using eight polymer types
Paper 2: High performance rubber to metal adhesives designed for severe environments
Thad Plasczynski, Rohm and Haas Company, USA
Paper 3: Rubber-steel interface failure in pipeline
Dr Marek Gnatowski, Polymer Engineering Company Ltd., Canada
SESSION 2. BONDING THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS
Norman Mills, Boss Polymer Technologies, Australia
Paper 4: An economic alternative to heat activated pressure sensitive tapes
Paper 5: Novel thermoplastic vulcanizates that exhibit excellent adhesion to engineering thermoplastics through melt processing
Justin Crafton, Gary Lawrence & Rae Mohan, Advanced Elastomer Systems, USA
Paper 6: A new era in multicomponent moulding thermoplastic elastomers for use at elevated temperatures
Charles Page, PolyOne Th. Bergmann GmbH, Germany
SESSION 3. BONDING ANTI-VIBRATION SYSTEMS
Wolfgang Weimar, Henkel Technologies, Germany
Paper 7 Rubber to substrate bonding agents for antivibration systems with particular reference to bonding performance under new test criteria
Paper 8: One component bonding agents - technology for anti vibration automotive parts production
Aissa Benarous & Greg Rawlinson, Chemical Innovations Ltd, UK
SESSION 4. INNOVATIVE RUBBER BONDING SYSTEMS
Dipl.-Ing Emil Schmid, TACK-Service, Germany
Paper 9: New chemical-free treatment for rubber bonding with special UV-light and no primer use
Paper 10: Environmentally preferred rubber adhesives
Brian Carney, Lord Corporation, USA
SESSION 5. RUBBER TO CORD ADHESION
Dr William J van Ooij & Pankaj Patil, University of Cincinnati, USA
Paper 11: Keynote Address: Tire cord adhesion
Paper 12: Study on cord/rubber adhesion by a new fatigue test method
M. Jamshidi, Building and Housing Research Center, Iran &F. Afshar2 Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
Paper 13: Reactive impregnation of glass cords
Dr Chris Stevens & Rodney Knowles, NGF EUROPE Limited, Philip Martin, NGF CANADA Limited & Mitsuharu Akiyama, Nippon Sheet Glass, Japan
SESSION 6. BONDING RUBBER TO PLASTICS
Dr Ralf Dahm & Dr Derek Brewis, Loughborough University, UK
Paper 14: Pretreatments of elastomers and plastics
Paper 15: Adhesion between rubber and PA-11 and PVDF plastics
Dr Marika Csiszr, Dr Tibor Nagy, Zsuzsa Seregly, Pter Schunck & Dr Tams Katona, Phoenix Rubber Industrial Ltd, Hungary
SESSION 7. BONDING SILICONES
Christophe Paulo, Rhodia Recherches & Technologies, France
Paper 16: Challenging high performance silicones bonding
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