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On Demand Webinar: Transform Regular LSR into Self-Bonding LSR

Chemlok 3Stream LSR Adhesion Additive 

Patent Pending Technology

Chemlok 3Stream is a new adhesion additive technology disrupting the LSR industry by transforming regular LSR into self-bonding LSR, without the premium cost and lead time associated with self-bonding LSRs or the labor and volatile organic compounds associated with traditional primer/adhesive applications.

Eliminate the Need for Expensive Self-Bonding LSRs

What We Cover: 

  • Learn how Chemlok 3Stream optimizes manufacturing processes by eliminating the need for self-bonding LSRs or traditional primer/adhesive systems.

  • Understand how to utilize Chemlok 3Stream in the injection molding process.

  • Review Chemlok 3Stream adhesion performance to various plastic substrates.    

Have a question or want to talk with an engineer?

Presenter: Katie Tuttle

Katie Tuttle is a Global Market Manager in the Elastomer Process Materials Division, where she leads the product and market management of the Specialty Materials business. Katie received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Master of Business Administration from The University of Chapel Hill. Prior to joining Parker Hannifin, Katie held various engineering roles, working on  manufacturing process design and technology optimization.

Presenter: Paul Wheeler

Paul Wheeler, PhD., is a staff scientist at Parker LORD, where he develops innovative adhesive and bonding solutions.  Much of his career has focused on generating bonding solutions for silicone elastomers.  Dr. Wheeler received a BS in Plastics Engineering Technology from Penn State Erie and a PhD in Polymer Science from the University of Southern Mississippi.  Prior to joining LORD, Dr. Wheeler held several technology leadership positions primarily around nylon 66 compounds for the automotive market and nanotechnology for thermoplastic and thermoset materials.

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