Why watch this on-demand webinar
In this webinar, you will learn about a unique porous polymer membrane technology that is not as well-known as common cast and expanded membranes. Porex Virtek PTFE membranes feature a robust and durable membrane made from 100% pure sintered PTFE with properties such as excellent temperature and chemical resistance along with its natural ultra-hydrophobicity. The unique manufacturing process that utilizes both sintering followed by skiving can target specific customer requirements for pore size, density, and membrane thickness that affect air flow and water entry pressure, making these membranes ideal for water and dust-tight venting applications. This membrane technology is also a naturally diffuse reflector of UV light and is widely used as a reflective media.
What you will learn in the webinar:
- Learn how sintered PTFE membranes are designed and manufactured
- See the technology in action in specific application examples across life sciences, automotive, electronics and industrial markets
- Better understand the advantages of a pure sintered PTFE membrane over other membrane technologies
- Understand how the robustness and consistency of the manufacturing process can increase performance of your product
VP, Marketing – PTFE, Porex
Gerry is the Global Vice President for Porex’s PTFE business unit. Porex, a business of Filtration Group, is a porous materials manufacturer headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with product development and manufacturing facilities in USA, Germany, Scotland, Malaysia and China. Gerry has a diverse experience of over 30 years in the areas of Manufacturing, R&D, Operations, Product Management, Marketing, Business Development, Sales and Business Management for a wide variety of industry segments. An expert in materials and material science, Gerry leads a global team to develop a robust and sustainable product portfolio based on PTFE by working closely with customers and industry associations. Gerry holds an MBA from the Katz Graduate School of Business, and a bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.
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