The High Performance Foams business segment of Rogers Corporation (NYSE: ROG) has changed its name to Elastomeric Material Solutions (EMS). This reflects the growing range of products and capabilities available to meet customer needs.

Screen Shot 2015-07-29 at 12.14.56 PM“This name change is the result of productive input and dialogue with customers and employees from around the world,” said John Quinn, Vice President, Elastomeric Material Solutions. “Elastomeric Material Solutions more clearly reflects who we have become through years of innovation and development, and where we expect to be in the future.  More than just foams, we are a technology-based material solution provider.”

Elastomeric materials are, by definition, any resilient material composed of chainlike molecules, or polymers, that recover their original shape after being stretched.

EMS produces a variety of elastomeric products such as PORON® foams, BISCO®  silicones, XRD® extreme impact protection materials, and the recently acquired ARLON® silicones. These solutions, along with a variety of other offerings, are designed into products and applications in segments where high reliability and performance are critical:

  • industrial equipment,
  • mobile internet devices,
  • planes, trains,
  • automobiles,
  • protective gear,
  • footwear,
  • medical products, and more.

To learn more about EMS, please visit www.rogerscorp.com/ems or read the news release.

Earlier this year, Rogers’ Printed Circuit Materials business segment changed its name to Advanced Connectivity Solutions (ACS), signaling a strategic shift in how Rogers approaches its printed circuit materials segment by expanding its potential areas of business beyond existing material sets into new areas of RF/microwave and digital connectivity

 

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