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Experts say electric vehicles put greater emphasis on lightweight parts
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DETROIT—In case you hadn't noticed, what with the steady background thrum of the U.S. auto industry having just wrapped up its fourth-strongest sales year on record—while at the same...
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DETROIT—The global auto industry has taken a big shine to electric vehicles, and the shockwave is hitting auto makers, materials companies and parts suppliers at nearly every tier level. DETROIT—The global auto industry has taken a big shine to electric vehicles, and the shockwave is hitting auto makers, materials companies and parts suppliers at nearly every tier level. $DETROIT—The global auto industry has taken a big shine to electric vehicles, and the shockwave is hitting auto makers, materials companies and parts suppliers at nearly every tier level.
Wacky World of Rubber: Goodbye to Le Grand K
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Deep in a vault just outside of Paris, a hunk of metal sits vacuum-sealed under three jars. This was arguably the most important piece of metal in the world. Now, it's just another rock....
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Deep in a vault just outside of Paris, a hunk of metal sits vacuum-sealed under three jars. This was arguably the most important piece of metal in the world—the universal definition of a kilogram. Now, it's just another rock. Deep in a vault just outside of Paris, a hunk of metal sits vacuum-sealed under three jars. This was arguably the most important piece of metal in the world—the universal definition of a kilogram. Now, it's just another rock. $Deep in a vault just outside of Paris, a hunk of metal sits vacuum-sealed under three jars. This was arguably the most important piece of metal in the world—the universal definition of a kilogram. Now, it's just another rock.
Lord looks to keep pushing past $1 billion sales milestone
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CARY, N.C.—There's always another summit in the business world, but that doesn't mean Lord Corp. can't stop and enjoy the view after reaching a pretty big one. The Cary-based provider of...
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CARY, N.C.—There's always another summit in the business world, but that doesn't mean Lord Corp. can't stop and enjoy the view after reaching a pretty big one. CARY, N.C.—There's always another summit in the business world, but that doesn't mean Lord Corp. can't stop and enjoy the view after reaching a pretty big one. $ CARY, N.C.—There's always another summit in the business world, but that doesn't mean Lord Corp. can't stop and enjoy the view after reaching a pretty big one.
Trump expected to propose legislation to broaden powers to impose tariffs (updated)
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WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods. The...
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WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods. WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods. $WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods.
BASF plans major R&D projects to cut carbon emissions
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LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF S.E. has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral...
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LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral by 2030. LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral by 2030. $LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral by 2030.
Cooper Standard looking beyond automotive, diversifying with acquisitions
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NOVI, Mich.—Cooper Standard Automotive Inc. changed a lot in 2018. After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product...
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NOVI, Mich.—After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product lines—Cooper Standard has reshaped its core product offerings and set the foundation for its non-automotive business. NOVI, Mich.—After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product lines—Cooper Standard has reshaped its core product offerings and set the foundation for its non-automotive business. $ NOVI, Mich.—After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product lines—Cooper Standard has reshaped its core product offerings and set the foundation for its non-automotive business.
Mobile, Alabama, may become export hub
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Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies. Alabama has become a manufacturing...
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Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies. Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies. $Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies.
Final winter auto show ends an era but also forges a path to the future
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DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen. Among the changes? More movement on the ...
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DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen. DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen. $DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen.
Light trucks take a record 69% of U.S. market
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DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the...
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DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the entire industry in the black for the year. DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the entire industry in the black for the year. $DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the entire industry in the black for the year.
World rubber demand rising, International Rubber Study Group says
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SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group.The IRSG's...
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SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group. SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group. $SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group.
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Published on January 1, 2006

Co-Molding One Part LSR with Organic Elastomers

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This Report has been authored by:Michawl K. Agodoa at Laur Silicone

One Part® LSR can be co-molded with various organic elastomers and plastics without fear of inhibition. Due to its unique catalyst system, One Part® LSR is not inhibited by the typical chemicals that inhibit or poison platinum cured, two part liquid silicone rubber. Inhibitors such as sulfur containing elastomers, amines, nitrogen containing chemicals or organometallic compounds have little or no effect on the cure profiles of One Part® LSR. In fact, One Part can be co-molded and bonded to elastomers containing some of these chemicals. This paper will explore the cure profiles of One Part® LSR in the presence of various organic elastomers using an MDR 2000 rheometer. The effect of organic materials such as peroxide cured EPDM, sulfur cured nitrile, sulfur and peroxide cured neoprene, sulfur and peroxide cured HNBR, as well as sulfur and peroxide cured NBR will be evaluated. In addition, the paper will discuss a new line of novel One Part® LSR compounds that can be bonded to these elastomers in a dual injection molding setup. This technology opens a whole new area of silicone-organic elastomer applications that take advantage of the unique properties of these elastomers.

 
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