Our team is headed to Orlando, Florida March 8 – 11 for RadTech 2020. While at the event, we’ll be showcasing Promerus’ unique ability to tailor the electrical, mechanical, optical and thermal properties of polymers for application-specific environments.
When you stop by booth 327, you’ll get an exclusive look at our comprehensive list of materials, including adhesive pastes, solventless solutions and more.
Outside of exhibiting, our team is planning to attend breakout sessions, featuring the latest innovations in UV LEDS, 3D printing materials, printing and packaging, coatings, formulations and more. But, with more than 100 presentations, you’re likely trying to figure out which sessions make the most sense for you to attend.
Check out three of our must-see presentations below.
1. Introduction to the Basics of UV/EB Curing
UV and EB curing uses electron beam (EB), ultraviolet (UV) or visible light to polymerize a combination of monomers and oligomers onto a substrate to formulate into adhesives, coatings, inks or other products.
In the presentation titled, Introduction to the Basics of UV/EB Curing, Dr. Mike J. Idacavage, founder of Radical Curing LLC will overview the UV and EB curing process, along with relevant coating compositions.
If you’re interested in learning about the fast curing process to finalize material properties, this is the session for you.
2. The Future of Photoinitiators and New UV+EB Raw Materials
The future of photoinitiators looks promising with opportunities in UV cured adhesives, coatings and inks.
In the presentation titled, The Future of Photoinitiators and New UV+EB Raw Materials, a panel discussion will focus on advancements in the industry, including improved performance of UV cured coating photoinitiators in electronic assembly and adhesive technology.
If you’re interested in learning about the performance properties of photoinitiators, don’t miss this session.
3. Use of High Refractive Index Materials in Display and Optical Devices
High refractive index materials with optical clarity and solution processability enable the next generation of display, lighting and optical applications.
In the presentation titled, Use of High Refractive Index Materials in Display and Optical Devices, Selina Monickam, product development manager at Pixelligent Technologies, LLC, will offer an exclusive look into Pixelligent’s PixClear® nanocomposites, which deliver unmatched field of view and light outcoupling for display and optical devices. She’ll also explain how these nanocrystals are compatible with many polymer systems including acrylics, epoxies and silicones to increase the refractive index of the polymer.
Check out this session to discuss applications of nanocomposites.
Stop by Promerus' Booth at RadTech 2020 – Booth 327
Are you attending RadTech 2020 in Orlando, Florida? If so, we want to hear from you.
As you organize your agenda for the event, we invite you to stop by our booth #327 to meet with a member of our team to discuss your polymer application requirements.
A Promerus expert will be available, one-on-one, to help you:
- Identify your challenges in semiconductor, optoelectronic and electronic packaging markets.
- Discover the tunable properties of your application, including adhesion, elongation and modulus—among others.
- Uncover solutions to unlock your competitive advantage with tailored properties.
Together, we can better understand your needs and develop an action plan that meets and exceeds your expectations.
In the meantime, we encourage you to download our materials guide. Our guide is designed to help you explore the unique advantages of tailored properties.