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The Renaissance Nashville Hotel   |   Nashville, Tennessee   |   November 18-21, 2024

Non-PFAS Hydrophobic Technology for Polypropylene Nonwovens

Wednesday, October 23rd, 11 am EST

Non-PFAS Hydrophobic Technology for Polypropylene Nonwovens

PFAS chemistry is the most commonly used hydrophobic technology in the nonwovens. This is due to their high performance and the lack of performance from previous non-PFAS technology. In this presentation, we will discuss the latest in non-PFAS hydrophobic technology which can potentially compete with traditional PFAS chemistry while meet new EPA and state regulatory guidelines and requirements.

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Industry Expert: Kaan Serpersu

Kaan Serpersu graduated from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor's in biomedical engineering and a master's degree in polymer engineering in 2012. He started in plastics materials design in 2012 at Techmer PM and is now the Product Development and Sustainability Manager. In his role, he leads a team of technical service engineers, guiding them to develop new solutions to meet the requirements of Techmer's customers in all things related to additive manufacturing, analytical method development, and analysis. He also leads the Techmer Sustainability Team, recently driving initiatives to obtain a Silver Medal from EcoVadis. He also leads all sustainability technology development. He is privileged to have married his best friend, who is of infinite patience and the proud father to 2 children who seem to have endless energy and getting smarter than him every day.

Kaan Serpersu