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Water-proofing test - VINNAPAS® 550 ED

Water-proofing test in the lab: The dispersion VINNAPAS® 550 ED is ideal for flexible two-component sealing slurries for creating permanent, hard-wearing seals in damp rooms, such as kitchens and bathrooms.

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Partnership TU Munich

Wacker Chemie AG and Technische Universität München are extending their existing partnership in silicon chemistry for another six years. Dr. Rudolf Staudigl, President & CEO of Wacker Chemie AG (right), and TUM President Prof. Wolfgang Herrmann (left) signed an agreement to this effect.

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Award Integration

WACKER Executive Board member Dr. Tobias Ohler (left) accepted the Government of Upper Bavaria’s award honoring outstanding services to social integration from Administrative District President Christoph Hillenbrand.

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Technical Center Kolkata

Wacker Metroark Chemicals’ enlarged technical center in Kolkata: Now spanning about 1,800 square meters, the so-called Swaraj Center comprises state-of-the-art applications technology and test equipment for silicone products needed in the textiles, personal care and construction industry.

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Ice Cube Mold

ELASTOSIL® from WACKER covers a wide range of silicone-rubber products that offer extremely diverse properties. They are suitable for use in a large variety of industries. Silicones are used in shower heads, tubing and cable insulation, as well as in household items such as flexible ice cube molds (photo). The ready-to-use silicone compounds are usually made by incorporating the crosslinker, pigment and other additives into the rubber base.

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