Hybrid-Silanes: Practical approach to improve your existing and new formulations

Hybrid-Silanes: Practical approach to improve your existing and new formulations

Imagine the problem of making a bond between two substrates or sealing a gap or protecting materials or enhancing fillers by a coating. The coating or bond should be strong enough, but on the other hand, applying the material should happen easily. You could do by different ways; solvent borne, water borne, molten state etc. But you could think also to cross-link the material and to bond the material by curing it with moisture. Silanes which are molecules carrying two different reactive groups on their silicon atom which enables them to react and couple with different materials.

Hybrid silane-crosslinking polymers has the advantage over other moisture curing mechanisms that it is health safe and versatile for a lot of materials, connecting these silane coupling agents to the polymers you want to use, and moisture curing is possible with these hybrid-silanes. Silanes can be used in a lot of products but silanes have shown greatest benefits in three areas which are as water scavenger, crosslinker and polymer modifier, and, in particutlar, as adhesion promoter. In this training the emphasis is not to enlighten only one segment (e.g. MS-polymers for sealants) but to see it in broader perspective.

Why you should not miss this training?

This training will give you a must have brief introduction of Hybrid silane-crosslinking polymers, and talk about many exciting possibilities with hybrid silanes to work with and to improve your existing and new formulation developments. Training will also, highlight and make you aware of the failures you may encounter while experimenting with Silanes.

Who should attend this training?

Highly recommended training for R&D chemists, developers, formulators and most important for all those industry professionals who are working with or want to start with silanes.

Training Outline

During this training following topic will be covered:

  1. Silane coupling
  2. Chemical bonding to organic polymers
  3. Reaction mechanism
  4. Reactivity speed
  5. Overview of the silanes
  6. Selecting a silane coupling agent
  7. STP-E (MS-polymer)
  8. STP-U (SPUR)
  9. Epoxy
  10. Grafting
  11. Effect of structures
  12. Aqueous systems & water borne silanes
  13. Hot melts
  14. Main formulation areas to consider
  15. Failures you may encounter while experimenting with Silanes
  16. Conclusions and information of major suppliers
  17. Q&A session to clear doubts

Areas of further discussions: Hybrid silane crosslinking polymers, crosslinker and polymer modifier, adhesion promoter, hybrid formulations, organofunctional silanes, crosslinking agent, moisture curing mechanism, polymers for sealants, silane coupling agent, silane coupling, hybrid polymer sealant, hybrid polymer adhesive, ms polymer vs silicone

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Training Details

Instructor: Johan GORIS

Date: Thu Dec 06 , 2018

Time: 3 PM GMT (Check local time)

Duration: 90 min

Industry: Plastics and Polymers

Training level: Formulation

Registration: Open

Training Fee: $169.00

Registration Includes

  • 90 days access to the live session recording
  • Training content in PDF
  • Q&A Transcript (answers of 30+ useful questions)
  • Contact details of instructor for any further project consultation needs

About Instructor

Johan GORIS
Consultant

Johan Goris is industrial engineer in the chemistry. He was born in Belgium and he is married to Patricia with three sons. He worked for more than 30 years in the adhesive or related industry. The companies where he worked for are ATAB, ExxonMobil, Sovereign Specialty Chemicals, Rewah and EOC. Johan’s achievements include setting up a R&D- department, starting up the laboratory, developing a hot melt range, advising the sales for potential customers. Advising customers, production and also advising for new investments. He has good contact with raw material suppliers. He is also involved in development of new products (e.g. metallocene hot melts) technical service, complaints.