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Rogers Corporation to Exhibit Silfx Lightweight Silicone Comfort Foam for Aircraft Seating

  Rogers Corporation to Exhibit Silfx Lightweight Silicone Comfort Foam for
                               Aircraft Seating

  PR Newswire

  CAROL STREAM, Illinois, March 28, 2013

CAROL STREAM, Illinois, March 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Rogers Corporation
(NYSE: ROG), represented by its High Performance Foams Division (HPF), will be
exhibiting its Silfx™ lightweight silicone comfort foam at the upcoming
Aircraft Interiors Expo 2013.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130328/NE84411 )

Aircraft Interiors Expo 2013 ( www.aircraftinteriorsexpo.com ) is the leading
international event for emerging designs in cabin interiors, in-flight
entertainment, connectivity and passenger services. It is scheduled for April
9-11 at the Hamburg Messe in Hamburg, Germany. Rogers' High Performance Foams
Division will feature its Silfx lightweight silicone comfort foam at Aircraft
Interiors Expo 2013, Stand # 7A1.

Silfx comfort foam is an innovative top pad material designed for aircraft
seating. Rogers developed this non-petroleum based silicone material to enable
thin cushion design, longer cushion life, and lasting passenger comfort.
Simply put, Silfx silicone comfort foam is the lowest density flame-retardant
silicone in the world. Silfx comfort foam can be easily incorporated into many
seat designs and is a finalist for this year's Crystal Cabin Award (
www.crystal-cabin-award.com ).

In addition, Rogers will be showing numerous other silicone products that
already serve the aerospace market. Applications for these materials include
sealing, gap-filling, carpet padding, and barriers for both fire and
acoustics. All of Rogers' silicone product offerings are designed to meet
applicable aviation, Airbus, and Boeing flame-resistance, smoke, and toxicity
requirements.

About Rogers Corporation

Rogers Corporation (NYSE:ROG) is a global technology leader in specialty
materials and components for consumer electronics, power electronics, mass
transit, clean technology, and telecommunications infrastructure. With more
than 180 years of materials science and engineering experience, Rogers
provides product designers with solutions to help them power, protect and
connect our world with greater reliability, efficiency and performance.
Rogers' three core businesses include Power Electronics Solutions for
high-voltage rail traction, hybrid-electric vehicles, wind and solar power
conversion; High Performance Foams for cushioning, sealing and impact
protection in tablets and smart phones, aircraft, rail and automotive
interiors, sporting goods, apparel and gear; and Printed Circuit Materials for
wireless infrastructure, power amplifiers, smart antennas, and radar systems
for automotive and defense applications. Headquartered in Connecticut (USA),
Rogers operates manufacturing facilities in the United States, China, Germany,
Belgium, and South Korea, with joint ventures and sales offices worldwide. For
more information, visit www.rogerscorp.com .

Editorial Contacts:     Editorial Contacts:
Rachael Cooperstein     John Bray
SLN                     Rogers Corporation
+1-401-276-0233         +1-630-784-6200
rcooperstein@slnadv.com john.bray@rogerscorp.com

Website: http://www.rogerscorp.com