08:00 to 09:00 am PST / 11:00 to 12:00pm EST / 16:00 to 17:00pm GMT
Designing a satellite and working in the extreme condition of space has its challenges, but finding the right material shouldn’t be one. As a global leader in space-grade silicones, NuSil’s expert will explore silicone’s capabilities and how their low outgassing properties can enable your innovation. For decades, NuSil has been a key partner for key industry leaders, including Department of Defense, NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and other major aerospace firms. We bring that experience to you to empower the next generation of space exploration.
After attending this webinar, you will walk away knowing:
Why silicones are the solution for space applications
Fundamentals of low outgassing silicones
How to choose the best silicone for your application
Synergy Devices Ltd – SpeedMixer™ New Mobile Friendly Web Site for 2020
SpeedMixer™ UK Sales & Technology Facility High Wycombe
Specialising in the sale and use of the SpeedMixer™
The SpeedMixer™ is an advanced tool for mixing, grinding/milling and dispersing. This non-invasive mixing technology can be used to process any combination of powders, pastes, putties and liquids from 1g to 5Kg. The SpeedMixer™ removes air bubbles while homogenising the sample in seconds and there is absolutely no clean up.
Sole Distributor and Supplier of SpeedMixers™ to
UK | Eire | Sweden | Norway | Finland | Israel | Malta
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As a key market for PST it’s always good to keep up-to-date with the latest technologies and developments and spread the word of medical grade silicones. We were also joined by Synergy, demonstrating the Speedmixer technology for mixing and degassing silicones and other materials. As always it was a great opportunity to hear about exciting new developments, meet new and old contacts. The introducing stage was well attended, and Dr Will Mortimore, gave a talk on the use of Silicones in Medical Devices. This covered an introduction to the various forms and functions of Silicones for the novice and then some of the new exciting developments for the future. It was good to see that it stimulated some fruitful conversations afterwards on the stand and for some drinks afterwards at the after show reception. Of particular interest were the NuSIl range of lubricating silicones, next steps into 3D printing/additive manufacture and the regulatory support that can be provided to meet ISO 10993. We look forward to seeing you all at the show next year!