Innovations by RAMPF resins live and up-close experience round 140 guests received RAMPF resins at the Symposium on sealing technologies in late March at Grafenberg. In the new Innovation Center, the specialist for reactive resins presented his most recent developments of the antibacterial seal foam to high pressure foam. But partners also came to speak. Including representatives of the University of Freiburg, Bayer material science AG, KUKA Roboter GmbH, KraussMaffei technologies GmbH and the Bern University of applied sciences. An ambitious programme had collected RAMPF resins for its first Symposium on sealing technologies. While the organizer was mainly due to the curiosity of his guests. So, RAMPF contented resins not only to showcase innovations, but came with some 140 participants in the search for new.
In a workshop, Professor Dievernich identified by the Bern University of applied sciences together with the Auditorium-new challenges and trends. In the future looked even Dr. Go to Peter Thiel for more information. Christopher Stillings and Dr. Lorenz Kramer of the Bayer material science AG. In \”they brought her presentation your task as innovation Manager as follows to the point: you have to hear the grass grow\”. The motto is: known patterns break in addition to scientific aspects, saw the visitors of the symposium the brand RAKU-PUR up close. The latest technologies an antibacterial sealing foam for standard installations, as well as a high pressure foam, which is characterized by a particularly low water absorption, encountered great interest.
Also the joint project with the University of Freiburg, presented Dr. Olga Speck of the competence network Biomimetics caused consternation. Through collaboration with RAMPF resins is an important step in the field of bionics. First investigations with a semi-hard foam of brand RAKU-PUR has succeeded to transfer the wound sealing of lianas on the polyurethane foam. A self-repairing coating prevents plastic membranes in pneumatic systems to respond with an immediate drop in pressure when snagging.