Deformulation Strategies for Transportation Relevant Materials: Polymers and More!

Deformulation, or reverse engineering, determines the identity and concentrations of compounds found in formulated products such as adhesives, coatings, polymer parts and their raw materials. In many cases, this represents a challenge due to formulated product complexity and matrix considerations. 

Manufacturing in-house, identifying alternative suppliers, performing failure analysis, evaluating patent infringement and worker safety can all require some level of reverse engineering. Deformulation is a key tool in defending or building improved products and meeting regulatory requirements. Working with a trusted partner to develop a detailed test plan is critical when conducting reverse engineering on polymers and other raw materials.

This webinar will showcase how analytical and mechanical testing strategies can be leveraged to address your reverse engineering questions in polymers and chemicals of interest to the automotive, aerospace, defense and other transportation industries.

Join us on Wednesday, October 7th at 2:00pm (Eastern) / 11:00am (Pacific) for this free webinar!