Rubber Compounding and Mixing for Performance
Start with the basics of formulating, the key processability characteristics, and the most common factory problems and causes, then go further in-depth in this three-day, intensive overview of rubber compounding and mixing.
John Dick has more than 39 years of experience in the rubber industry. He was with BF Goodrich and later Uniroyal Goodrich Tire Co. as a section manager and development scientist in R&D until 1991, when he joined Monsanto’s Rubber ... read more
Pete Surette joined the rubber industry in 1969 after he graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, with a B.S. Degree in Plastics Engineering. Pete has held various positions throughout his career involving laboratory management, compound design, process evaluation, process ... read more
Who Should Attend
Both entry level as well as experienced rubber technologists, rubber chemists, process engineers, laboratory managers, supervisors, technicians, shop foremen, quality assurance managers and engineers, technical sales personnel, rubber producers and users.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Know the five categories of rubber processability tests
- Understand the differences between general purpose and specialty elastomers, and how they affect compounding and mixing
- Review methodologies for solving factory problems
- Gain an intensive overview of rubber compounding and mixing
Attendees receive two textbooks (included in the course fee) by course instructor and author John Dick.
All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.
Wed.-Fri., Sept. 20-22
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education
CEUs: 1.8, PDHs: 18
Enrollment Limit: 40
Program Number: 4830-10028
Note: On days 1 and 2 class ends at 4:30pm and on day 3 Class ends at 3pm.
Registration Deadline: Wed., Sept. 20