Welcome to my GrafCompounder Website

The intention of this website is to offer a PC-program, which allows to calculate recipes for rubber compounds using a compound database. This can be done with recipes for TPE, Thermoplastic, Polyurethane and many other compounds.

Working successfully with statistic experimental design in rubber compounding and processing I found it difficult to accept, that all unorganized compound databases could not be used in compound development.

The analysis of a compound database needs a tool other than a simple search tool. Some attempts were made in the past, to make an unorganized compound database an useful resource for compound development. GrafCompounder shows an easy and fast way, to analyze and finally to simulate a recipe from a compound database.

Please visit my personal website: hans-joachim-graf, to learn about my other activities in training and education in rubber technology

Next Conferences / Seminars:

Please see information under Technobiz-group

Highlights of Professional Experience:

Present Position: Consultant at HJG Consulting - Compound and Process Development with WOCO, Program Instructor in Rubber Industry Academy@TechnoBiz, Thailand

Senior Manager R&D Polymer Materials at WOCO: Supplier of rubber articles to automotive and industry (Compound and Process Development)

Director of Materials Automotive Sealing Systems (Compound and Process Development for Extrusion and Injection Molding)

R&D Manager at Manufacturer of Ingredients for the Rubber Processing Industry (Development of Rubber Compound Ingredients)

R&D Manager at an Injection Molding Machine Manufacturer (Process Layout for Injection Molding of Rubber Articles, Direct Soling of Shoes with RIM-PUR and Machine Development)

Plant Chemist at Rubber Manufacturers (Rubber for Pharmaceutical Applications and for Technical Rubber Goods)

Updated 26. February 2016

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