Ask the Expert: Matthews Marking Systems - Marking and Coding for Tire and Rubber
SPEAKER: Andrew Braham, Business Development Manager, Matthews Marking Systems
Ask the Expert: Lanxess
Sustainable solutions for new challenges arising from high-end tire production will be presented both conceptually and as successful solutions.
Ask the Expert: NETZSCH : A new coupling technique: DiPLEXOR - the simultaneous Dynamic Mechanical and Dielectric Analyzer – for monitoring the damage development of static sealing elements
Sealing elements are used in technical applications to prevent mass transfer between two components or coupled volumes. The sealing elements undergo continuous changes in operating and environmental conditions. They are subject to natural, thermo-oxidative or mechanical aging processes. Consequently, there might be a requirement to substitute the seals after a certain time. In other words: Living time is a problem. Exchange in time is mandatory to avoid a leakage damage at reasonable costs. Early exchange means shorter periods and higher expenses. Simultaneous DMA and DEA is monitoring the damage status of the sealing element. This presentation on a new coupling technique will be followed by a lively Q&A.
SPEAKER: Horst Deckmann, Business Field Manager Rubber & Tire, NETZSCH Analyzing and Testing
Ask the Expert: Cimcorp
Bringing all the necessary components together to assemble green tires, and getting those green tires to the right curing press at the right time, can be challenging with manual processes. In this Ask the Expert session, Don Heelis, Cimcorp’s Sales Manager for Tire Automation Solutions, will demonstrate key ways to automate semi-materials through to the curing area of a tire manufacturing plant. Live Q&A to follow after the presentation.
SPEAKER: Don Heelis, Sales Manager, Tire & AGV Systems, Cimcorp Automation Ltd.
Ask the Expert: GBS Tire Tread Labeling – The next generation of on-demand technology
SPEAKERS: Bruce Addison, Sr. Account Executive, GBS; John Lane, Senior Account Executive, GBS