Consumer demand and government regulations are pushing manufacturers worldwide to revolutionize their products – from growth in electric vehicles to smarter consumer electronics to flexible, lifesaving medical devices. To help manufacturers tackle these challenges, Celanese Corporation, a global technology and specialty materials company, will showcase its latest polymer innovations as an exhibitor at the triannual K 2016 plastics and rubber show October 19-26 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
“Today’s designers and engineers must select materials that allow products to do it all – smaller, lighter weight, stronger, more flexible, all while performing under a wide range of operating conditions – and get to market first.” said Todd Elliott, vice president and general manager of the engineered materials business of Celanese. “Our team takes the time to understand customers’ operational, application and financial requirements and applies years of collective technical and engineering expertise in helping them select the right material solution to meet their needs today and for the future; that’s why customers see us as their first-choice chemistry solution source.”
Each engineered material reflects nearly a century of Celanese polymer and technical expertise allowing engineers the freedom to design and manufacture high-performing, attractive and practical components and products their buyers demand. Manufacturers use Celanese materials to help lightweight and strengthen vehicles; make medical devices such as injector pens and inhalers operate smoothly and consistently; make hip and knee replacement joints stronger; enable solutions in water treatment where temperature and chemical resistance are critical; and make consumer electronics such as mobile phones, espresso machines and microwave ovens more convenient.
Visit Celanese in Hall 6 stand #6A07 to see how materials for the following industries and applications can help improve your products:
- Automotive: fuel and energy systems, powertrain, interior/cockpit design, exterior, lighting and safety
- Consumer Appliances, Electronics and Housewares: large and small appliances, mobile devices, personal care, kitchen, bath, lighting
- Material Handling and Energy Management: filtration, connectors, pipes and fittings, packaging, gears, conveyors, energy storage and delivery
- Medical: medical devices such as inhalers and injection pens, pharmaceutical controlled-release and measured injection drug delivery, orthopedics and implants
To learn more about The Art of Material Selection, including Celanese material solutions to solve today’s design, engineering and manufacturing challenges, visit Celanese at Hall 6 stand #6A07.