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Optimize Your Manufacturing Process & Design Options Using Adhesives!

This webinar provides an introduction to threadlockers, thread sealants, flange sealants and retaining compounds and common applications for each.



Originally presented: September 14, 2017
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Using adhesives as an alternative to mechanical fastening, welding and other joining methods can help your business achieve a competitive advantage. This webinar provides an introduction to threadlockers, thread sealants, flange sealants and retaining compounds. Attendees will see examples of common applications for each.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn how using LOCTITE┬« Machinery Adhesives increases reliability and reduces costs for a variety of industries
  • Understand how LOCTITE┬« Machinery Adhesives provide solutions for a variety of threadlocking, threadsealing, flange sealing/gasketing and retaining challenges
  • Discover how next-generation formulas are improving performance and design solutions for engineers

Speakers

Doug Lescarbeau, Market Development Director, Henkel Corporation

Doug Lescarbeau works for Henkel Corporation. Doug is the Market Development Director for the North American General Business. He works in Rocky Hill, Connecticut at Henkel's North American headquarters. He has a BS in Chemistry from the University of Hartford, CT and a MBA from Loyola College of Baltimore, MD. During his career at Henkel, he worked with Loctite brand products in R&D, Technical Service, Sales and Marketing. In his role as Market Development Director, he is responsible for the identification and development of business opportunities for the General Business unit.

Michael Feeney, Application Engineer, Henkel Corporation

Michael Feeney has been with Henkel since January 2009. He is currently an application engineer supporting western Canada with an anaerobic technology focus. Michael has a deep understanding of customers' needs because he answered the 1-800-LOCTITE tech phone lines for 4 years, responding to questions directly from customers. He earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Ottawa.