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Momentive to Showcase Silicones Solutions for Electronics at 2008 Hybrid Vehicle Technologies Symposium

Published on 2008-02-15. Author : SpecialChem

WILTON, Conn.--Momentive Performance Materials will be highlighting a wide range of silicone-based solutions for consideration in automotive electronics at SAE International's 2008 Hybrid Vehicle Technologies Symposium, which begins in San Diego, California.

Momentive's solutions on display at booth #26 include a full range of materials that automotive designers and manufacturers can consider to help achieve the performance advances that hybrid vehicle consumers are demanding. These include SilCool* thermal management materials for electronics heat transfer, a full range of conformal coatings and encapsulants to help protect electronic components from heat and stress, and high-strength fast cure primerless adhesives.

The hybrid revolution is transforming the automotive market, and advances in the protection of electronics components is critical in the design,"said Gail Riley, automotive marketing manager, Momentive."The range of silicones solutions that we offer may help automotive parts manufacturers design for the future and create next generation products that offer consumers exciting new features, higher performance or improved reliability."

Application development, product customization and global project support is available from Momentive.

About the Company

Momentive Performance Materials Inc. is a premier specialty materials company, providing high-technology materials solutions to the silicones, quartz and ceramics markets. The company, as a global leader with worldwide operations, has a robust product portfolio, an enduring tradition of service excellence, and industry-leading research and development capabilities.

*SilCool is a trademark of Momentive Performance Materials Inc.

Source: Momentive Performance Materials


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