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Estane® TPU - High Performance Solutions for Surface Protection and Graphics

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Estane® thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) provides exceptional performance for surface protection applications, backed by more than 30 years of experience in the harshest environments including road salt, flying stones, acid rain, and extreme hot and cold temperatures, to name a few!

Recently, Estane® TPU has been introduced for use in demanding graphics applications that are exposed to the elements, such as transportation wraps, building signage, and durable labels.

Whether you’re an OEM or polymer processor, Lubrizol is well positioned with capabilities and expertise to deliver Estane® TPU solutions for the most demanding applications.

Join Peter Kirk, Global Marketing Manager, and Mike Ramsay, Applications Engineer, of Lubrizol’s Engineered Polymers business to learn more about Estane® TPUs high performance solutions for surface protection and graphics applications.

Peter A Kirk, II Presented By:
Peter A Kirk, II
Mike Ramsay

Length: 16 min

Why should you view this webinar?

In this webinar, you will learn how Estane® TPU can bring increased value to surface protection and graphics applications with the following benefits:
  • Protects surfaces from damage by impact and abrasion
  • Crystal clear transparency on any surface
  • Self-healing properties maintain aesthetic quality
  • Resistant to the effects of environmental exposure and maintains color stability when exposed to UV
  • Low-temperature flexibility for wider range of installation conditions
  • Plasticizer-free: won’t embrittle over time

You will also learn that Estane® TPU is a non-plasticized polymer that provides superior durability and ease-of-use during installation and removal for the following applications:
  • Paint Protection (PPF)
  • Automotive Interiors
  • Graphics Media and Laminates
  • Signage and Labels
  • Consumer Products
  • Flooring
  • Architectural

Who should view this webinar?

  • Product Developers
  • Material Scientists
  • Engineers
  • Graphic Applications Specialists
  • Polymer Processers
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Peter A Kirk, II Global Marketing Manager - Lubrizol Engineered Polymers

Peter A Kirk, II Peter Kirk is a Global Marketing Manager for Lubrizol’s Engineered Polymers business, focusing on industrial applications out of their Cleveland, Ohio headquarters. With an engineering background and dual Master’s degrees in business and marketing, Peter brings unique value to the company’s solution-based approach.

Prior to Lubrizol, Peter spent 14 years with Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics where he was involved with new product innovation and global business development initiatives for high-performance films and fabrics.

Mike Ramsay Applications Engineer - Lubrizol Engineered Polymers

Mike Ramsay Mike Ramsay is the Applications Engineer for Surface Protection and Electronics in Lubrizol’s Engineered Polymers business. Based in the Cleveland, Ohio headquarters, he has extensive experience developing applications for thermoplastic films across a wide variety of industrial and automotive applications.

Mike holds a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. Before joining Lubrizol, Mike worked at Avery Dennison developing films and adhesives for the Graphics market, and new technology scouting.

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