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WACKER produces HDK® pyrogenic silica at Burghausen and Nünchritz in Germany and Zhangjiagang in China. The Munich-based chemical company is the world’s third-largest manufacturer in this sector.Order photo
TC Singapore Food Lab
Practical test at the new food lab: WACKER’s regional competence center in Singapore now has a laboratory dedicated to innovative food ingredients, dietary supplements and gumbase applications, e.g. for fat-free desserts, egg-free bakery goods, vegan meat flavors or highly bioavailable curcumin.Order photo
Wacker Innovation Award 2016
WACKER Executive Board members Christian Hartel (left), Auguste Willems (2nd from right) and Rudolf Staudigl (right) with this year’s winners of the “Alexander Wacker Innovation Award” (from left to right): Dr. Ernst Selbertinger, Dr. Bernd Pachaly, Dr. Frank Achenbach and Dr. Maximilian Peter.Order photo
SEMICOSIL® 811 silicone adhesive sealant
At the K 2016 International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber, WACKER will present the fast-curing SEMICOSIL® 811 silicone adhesive sealant. The product is designed for processing without using an oven and rapidly develops an adhesive bond to many substrates with only very low energy input. Electronics manufacturers can thereby flexibly adjust the processing of the new adhesive sealant to their manufacturing process, and so achieve short cycle times.Order photo
Textile with Integrated Sensors
Textile with integrated sensors of ELASTOSIL® Film from WACKER. The mechanical expansion and tensile movements cause changes in capacitance in the sensor. Their subtle nuances can be measured and thereby used for sensory purposes, for example to make body movements visible. Thanks to these kinds of sensors, the future holds entirely new possibilities to virtually display movements – for instance for therapy or training purposes. At K 2016 in Düsseldorf, WACKER will present the first functional prototype in hall 6, booth A10.Order photo