How to Formulate New Products
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In this webinar you will learn the steps to take to successfully develop new sealants, adhesives and other blended chemical products from scratch. Developing new products can be a daunting, complex process, but the presenter provides tips & tricks for those who are new to developing new products, as well as advanced level advice to experienced formulators and lab managers. Learn the pitfalls to avoid to successfully develop new products every time. If you are a formulator or manage formulators who develop new chemical products, this webinar is for you.
- Attendees will learn basic and advanced skills to help them successfully formulate new adhesives, sealants and other blended chemical products from scratch.
- Formulators will learn how to handle complex and challenging requests to develop new products.
- Introduction to new product development
- Step-by-step process that is most effective
- Pitfalls to avoid along the way
- Follow-up after successful new product development
Who Should Attend:
This webinar will be highly beneficial to professional in Technical and Business roles working in the transportation and assembly markets. Technology managers, R&D scientists, manufacturing and engineering managers and directors will greatly benefit from this webinar and find the information applicable to their roles.
Paul Lewis is currently president of E2C, https://e2c.llc a consulting company offering technical expertise to the chemical industry, including: Chemical Analysis & Interpretation, Expert Witness, Formula Development, Technical Support and Presentations.
Paul has successfully led the development of many $multi-million products and holds a number of patents. He has a degree in Chemistry from Nottingham University in the United Kingdom.
Paul has been a hands-on technical manager at a number of coatings and adhesives companies, including Rust-Oleum, Johnson Wax, JohnsonDiversey and Quest Industrial products (now Sherwin Williams). He was recently Technical Manager at the Univar Solutions lab in Houston.