Introduction to Rubber Technology - 6-7 December 2017

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Introduction to Rubber Technology - 6-7 December 2017
18 Sep 2017
Published by:  Smithers Rapra

(Shropshire, UK) –18 September 2017 – Smithers Rapra, a world leader in rubber, plastics and composites testing expertise today announced that due to the high demand for places on its ‘Introduction to Rubber Technology’ training course, additional dates would be added.  The flagship course, which is part of Smithers Rapra’s comprehensive training programme, will be held on 6th and 7th December 2017 at its European headquarters in Shawbury, Shropshire.

Topics include an introduction to rubber materials and their properties, the fundamental aspects of rubber technology, from material selection, compounding, vulcanisation, processing (conversion of raw materials into finished products), through to mechanical properties, environmental resistance, testing and specifications, evaluation of product failure and finally interactive case study exercises.

The two-day training course will help delegates deal more effectively and confidently with suppliers and customers. It will also explore how to optimise in-house design and production methods and identify effective quality control procedures and areas of investigation for further product development programmes.

Delegates will learn from Smithers consultants and development engineers with extensive direct experience in the rubber industry as well as from time working with clients on failure investigation, material selection and compound development.

More details and registration can be found at http://www.smithersrapra.com/events/training-courses/introduction-to-rubber-technology

Or by contacting Kerry Haralambou at kharalambou@smithers.com , telephone -+44 (0) 1939 252312.

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