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Universal Structural Bonders

This concise 20 minute webinar is a technical presentation about universal structural bonders. It covers bond strength, durability and processing characteristics, including safety and application equipment systems. It is presented by a Technical Engineer from Henkel Corporation, the world’s largest adhesive supplier. Questions submitted will receive a technical response.



Date: February 11, 2019
Time: 2 PM EST (11 AM PST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Loctite is the premier global manufacturer of adhesives, sealants, lubricants and dispensing and curing equipment. Loctite has manufactured, integrated and sold equipment for more than 30 years. We have a diverse offering of dispensing equipment to meet your specific needs including complete dispensing systems, controllers and reservoirs, hand held applicators, static mix nozzles, hand held dispense valves, automated dispensing valves, dispensing needles and hot melt applicators, nozzles and accessories. For UV/light curing equipment, we have chambers, conveyors, wands and light meters. If our standard equipment offering does not meet your specific needs, we offer custom-engineered equipment.

This concise 20 minute webinar is a technical presentation about universal structural bonders. It covers bond strength, durability and processing characteristics, including safety and application equipment systems. It is presented by a Technical Engineer from Henkel Corporation, the world's largest adhesive supplier. Questions submitted will receive a technical response.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn how structural bonding offers advantages and limitations versus mechanical fastening (bolts, welding, etc)
  • Understand that universal structural bonders are a new category of adhesives that feature hybrid technology
  • Discover that universal structural adhesives deliver several unique performance advantages for manufacturing

Speakers

Doug Lescarbeau, Principal Technical Engineer, Henkel Corporation

Market Development Director Doug Lescarbeau is responsible for the identification and development of business opportunities for Henkel Corporation's General Business unit. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Hartford, CT, and holds an MBA from Loyola College of Baltimore, MD.

Chris Burke, Equipment Product Engineer, Henkel Corporation

Application Engineer Christopher Burke is responsible for adhesive application support for the Northeast United States and Work Truck and Trailer Market for Henkel Corporation's General Business unit. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, CT and is an MBA candidate at the University of Connecticut in Hartford, CT.