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NuSil at Space Tech Conf.: Presents Innovative Silicone Adhesives for Aerospace

Published on 2013-05-22. Author : SpecialChem

Vincent Malavè and Mark Vedder of NuSil Technology's Aerospace & Defense Technical Sales Team are attending the Satellite & Space Summit in Long Beach, CA at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center.

Vince is presenting "Innovative Silicone Adhesives", a discussion about the technology behind low outgassing two-part curable silicone film adhesives and one-part silicone pressure sensitive adhesives. These eliminate the processing downsides of traditional liquid silicone adhesives without compromising but often improving performance! Bond cover glass, optical solar reflectors, or solar cells in space, and even adhere appliques to aerospace and aircraft vehicles faster and more efficiently with these advanced materials.

The Satellite & Space Summit is part of the 2013 Space Tech Conference (May 21-23). With the theme of 'The Business Case for Space', the program is designed to enlighten the entire space supply chain on how to identify products and services that will generate revenue and growth for their businesses.

About NuSil

NuSil is a leading formulator of silicone compounds for aerospace, healthcare, electronics and other applications requiring precise and predictable materials performance. ISO 9001 certified since 1994, NuSil operates state-of-the-art laboratories and processing facilities in California, Texas and Sophia Antipolis, France. To support our global presence, we are represented by experienced application specialists and stocking distributors based in Western and Eastern Europe, Pan-Pacific and the Middle East. Internally, NuSil employs more than 400 employees worldwide and specializes in providing on-site, in-person application engineering support.

Source: NuSil

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