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Capa® LT – Pushing the Boundaries of Low Temperature Polyurethane Performance
The flexibility of polycaprolactone chemistry allows the polyurethane (PU) producer access to a huge range of polyol products with targeted performance characteristics. In this webinar, Ingevity launches its new range of premium polycaprolactone products designed to push the low temperature boundaries of polyurethane performance. Capa LT polyols have been shown to increase the working range of PU articles by up to 25°C at low temperature; all whilst maintaining the high all-round performance characteristics expected of Capa. Boosting the low temperature limit of performance of PU materials whilst maintaining other properties has a wide variety of commercial opportunities in transportation, aerospace, footwear, manufacturing, construction and medical markets. The ability to operate at both low and high temperatures has value in a host of end uses from industrial wheels and rollers, automotive bushings, mechanical seals, to snow sport and other outdoor footwear.

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Feb 23, 2023 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Scott Phillips
Technical Market Development Manager @Ingevity Corp.
Scott Phillips is a technical market development manager specializing in polyurethane elastomers. His background is in both foamed and elastomeric PU materials, as well as polymer stabilization and catalyst technology. Since joining the Capa business, Scott has established the PU Elastomers Application Lab in the U.K. and his work is focused on demonstrating the value of Ingevity products along with developing new, innovative polycaprolactone materials. Scott holds a doctorate in chemistry from the University of St Andrews and has been working in the Capa business for six years.