EMS-GRIVORY explore designing for high temperatures at Engineering Materials Live

Join a free-to-attend seminar delivered by leading polymer specialist EMS-GRIVORY, titled ‘Engineering Polymers for Highest Temperatures’ at Engineering Materials Live, held at the National Motorcycle Museum on 10 May.

The seminar, presented by Nigel Barrow, technical services manager of EMS-GRIVORY at 10:30am, will cover the technical details behind Grivory HT "High Temperature" materials, which can be used in metal-replacement applications at working temperatures well above those of standard PPA.

Compared to standard PPA, Grivory HT "High Temperature" provides greatly improved performance at high temperatures with a 50°C higher HDT/C, 50% higher E-Modulus at 140°C and outstanding creep values. The melt temperature is also lower – a further processing advantage.

Barrow has a plethora of knowledge and experience in metal replacement and optimising plastic parts for the reduction in cost and weight that they can bring to the design process.

Engineering Materials Live is a specialist UK exhibition meeting the needs of engineers tasked with sourcing and specifying plastic mouldings, composites, prototyped parts and advanced engineering materials.

To register for free to the EMS-GRIVORY seminar, and to attend Engineering Materials Live at The National Motorcycle Museum, please visit http://www.engineeringmaterialslive.co.uk/register

*By pre-registering, you will receive a visitor badge and claim free exhibition entry, free parking, free access to the museum collection and a free breakfast roll if you arrive before 10:30am.

Chris Rixson

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