Our Most Read Stories of the First Half of 2022

by:Pragati Verma

As we head into the second half of 2022, we pause and check in on what you liked in the first half of the year. We’ve rounded up the most-read articles on our blog that features insights, ideas and possibilities in the latest sealing, wear, lightweighting, and connectivity innovations in the aerospace, defense, energy, semiconductor, industrial, life sciences, and chemical processing industries. We hope that you’ll check out our Top Five articles so far this year and will sign up here to get similar articles delivered right to your inbox.


Four Sealing Trends to Watch in 2022 and Beyond

Interested in learning what’s next for the sealing solutions used in aerospace, energy, semiconductors, industrial, life sciences, and chemical processing industries? We look at four trends, big and small, that will impact the sealing world in 2022 and beyond. Read more


Five areas composites will impact in 2022

Innovations in composites, spurred by the Aerospace industry are now starting to find traction in other industries and applications. We will look at five industry segments that will be impacted or enabled by thermoplastic composite technology in 2022 and beyond. Read more


Greene Tweed’s transformation journey

Brent Regan, our Vice President of Business Operations and Technology Development, explains what it takes for Greene Tweed to address some of the toughest applications for semiconductors, aerospace, defense, energy, and industrial markets across the globe. Read more


Lightweight and Highly Radiolucent Material Improves Performance in Surgical and Medical Treatments

Orthtek® thermoplastic carbon fiber material – high-strength, low weight, corrosion resistant and radiolucent – is ideal for high-performance metal replacement in medical and biotechnology applications. Learn more


Under Pressure? Here’s why you need to check the glass transition

Anyone working in high-pressure conditions of downhole applications may want to check the glass transition temperature of their seals or risk compromising the integrity of their seal. Read more