Partnering for Innovation Webinar Series

Finding Solutions with Porous Polymers

Passport to Performance: Maximizing Device Capabilities with Sintered Particles

 

11:00 am (EST), August 27, 2019

 

One of the types of porous polymers, sintered particle materials are engineered from various polymers with controlled pore sizes to provide outstanding strength, durability, chemical resistance, resiliency, and design flexibility across multiple applications.  As with other porous materials such as foams and sponges, sintered particle materials are composed of pores whose cavities are connected to one another, permitting fluidic communication throughout the part.

Global market leaders in the healthcare, consumer, industrial and electronics sectors rely on this type of porous polymer technology to increase functionality, reliability and safety and to optimize product performance.  From medical device venting to insecticide wicking, sintered particle technology provides a high degree of customizability and structural strength. 

In this webinar, learn about key applications of sintered particles across all six functional areas – absorption, application, diffusion, filtration, wicking, and venting – and how to determine the material and characteristics your application needs.

 

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Avi Robbins, Vice President of Global Product Development & R&D

Host Biography: Avi Robbins, Vice President of Global Product Development & R&D, Porex

Avi Robbins is the Vice President of Global Product Development and R&D. He joined POREX in 2010. Mr. Robbins has an array of technical and commercial experience in a variety of material and manufacturing technologies as well as markets globally. He was previously with Facet Technologies, an Atlanta based Medical Device Design and Manufacturing company focusing in the diabetes space holding a variety of positions such as R&D Management, Operations Engineering Management, and Program Management. Mr. Robbins has his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology as well as a Master’s Degree in Business (MBA) from Emory University.