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LED lights are a well established fixture in general lighting applications, and there is a growing demand for heat management. However, optimizing the utility of LEDs while looking to find savings can be a difficult challenge.

Momentum is building to replace aluminum with heat-conducting thermoplastics in fixed and mobile applications. Because of the restrictions that are caused by metals, most people are not utilizing the full potential of LED Lighting.

The Benefits of Replacing Metals.

Here are a few ways your products will benefit when you capitalize on all that LED lighting has to offer:

  • Reduced energy consumption
  • Increased design flexibility and attractiveness 
  • More powerful lights 

Anne Hippert Presented By:
Anne Hippert
Denis Keller

Length: 60 min

Why should you view this webinar?

Attend this webinar to learn more about how specialty polymers can be used to manage heat in LED lighting and other applications, and to simplify the manufacturing of these applications.

Our presenters will discuss the challenges of these applications, and discuss successful metal-to-plastic transitions that have helped manufacturers improve their products and their ultimate cost per part.

Who should view this webinar?

  • Designers & engineers involved in the lighting industry
  • Manufacturers of applications in which heat must be managed
  • Plastics processors who want to learn more about managing heat with specialty polymers

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Anne Hippert Marketing director Europe for the Specialty Engineered Materials business - PolyOne

Anne Hippert Anne graduated from the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine, Ecole Européenne d’Ingénieurs en Génie des Matériaux in engineering and polymer science after a specialization in polymers science at the Technical University of Luleå in Sweden. Her career in the specialty polymers industry has included roles ranging from Engineer to Global Industry Management. She joined PolyOne in July 2008 as Regional Sales Manager- Specialty Engineered Materials for France, Italy and UK. In 2011 she was promoted to Senior Manager of European Business Development.  Anne was promoted to Marketing Director in June 2012, and in this role is responsible for the innovation strategy and market positioning for the Specialty Engineered Materials business in Europe.

Denis Keller Global Additives Manager - PolyOne

Denis Keller Denis graduated from the European School of Chemistry, Polymer and Materials in Strasbourg, France. He began his career as a Technical Service Engineer for additive masterbatches at PolyOne, responsible for Northern and Eastern Europe. Subsequent workstations include serving as a project engineer for plastics in the automotive engineering department of Toyota, responsible for the evaluation of internal and external plastic parts; and as as a Global Project Manager at Ciba Specialty Chemicals, leading cosmetic and personal care packaging projects. In 2008 Denis rejoined PolyOne in a marketing position, and in 2013 was promoted to his current role.


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