Avoid lubrication-related issues in your polymer part (surface damage, poor quality, high reject rate…) by better selecting lubricants suited for your application.
Paul Seemuth will go deep into the fundamental principles of lubrication, lubricant classes (esters, waxes, silicone…) vs polymer type and factors influencing lubricant selection (end-use requirements, surface technologies, environmental considerations – cradle to grave…). Get practical guidance to to enhance product lifetime & lower maintenance costs.
In almost any polymer process, right selection of lubricants plays a significant part in enhancing your product’s quality, longevity while reducing the costs. However, your minor oversight can cost you a surging expense and increased R&D time!
So, why not pick the safer side? Through a better understanding of the fundamental principles of lubrication and interactions between components, you will be able to make careful selection of the lubricant-polymer pair.
Get all the pieces to the Lubricant Puzzle by joining this course! With expert guidance, you will:
- Gain a deeper knowledge on lubrication concepts & the role of lubricants – its types (esters, mineral oils, waxes, silicones, PAGs, PAOs…) vs polymers type and their pros & cons.
- Select the right lubricant faster with a better understanding of factors influencing selection (end-use requirements, surface technologies, environmental considerations – cradle to grave…).
- Enhance product lifetime in use (avoid part failure) by meeting the lubrication needs better for a given application (textile, automotive, high heat…).
- Shorten your product development time & improve cost-efficiency with practical guidance to attain long term competitive edge with leadership in your field.