Dr Kian Hee Kay

Product Innovation & Technical Manager

Shell MDS (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd

Biography

Dr. Kay Kian Hee is the Product Innovation and Technical Manager of Shell MDS. He leads the Shell MDS Product Innovation Team. Dr Kay holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Chemistry, Master of Science in Environmental Chemistry and a PhD in Chemistry (Catalysis and Biofuel).  He is also a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC), and a registered chemist of Malaysian Institute of Chemistry (MMIC).

Prior to this role, he worked as chemist, research officer, R&D manager, head of laboratory and technical service engineer. Dr. Kay is experience in research & development and commercialization of  the new products. He is passionate in product innovation and exploring new product application. By unlocking the potential of new molecules, he aims to bring solution to customers through innovation of customer-focused specialty products.

Presentation Abstract

Utilizing Novel gas-to-liquid (GTL) waxes in improving metallocene-based Hot Melt Adhesive formulations

Recent innovations by Shell have led to the introduction of new GTL wax products to their product portfolio. This study investigates the performance of these novel waxes in Hot Melt Adhesive (HMA) formulations with a metallocene-type base polymer. The results show clear advantages for new GTL waxes compared to currently available options, offer wide range of open and setting time, high heat resistance, high thermal stability and high adhesion strength. On top of these new waxes, Shell offers the adhesives and sealants industry the opportunity to have a significant impact on your footprint today, by compensating unavoidable CO2 emissions from investing in Nature-based Solutions (NBS). NBS; which comprise all activities related to the protection, or re-development, of natural ecosystems – such as forests, grasslands, wetlands and blue carbon – to lower concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere; offers immediate, scalable and cost-effective pathways to significant net emission reductions, which are necessary for society to achieve the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Presentation Time

Breakout IX: Bio-based building blocks for A&S

Friday, 16 September 2022, 10:00 - 10:30

FEICA Conference