In order to create mutual understanding on sustainability challenges and requirements the chemical supply chain is facing, the Together for Sustainability (TfS) initiative held its first conference in Shanghai, China on October 22, 2014.
Fiber reinforced polymer composites are increasingly considered for replacing metals in high temperature-resistant components for aircraft and helicopters. With very limited resin options available to manufacture such composite components, Henkel and Q…
As the world’s largest adhesives manufacturer, Henkel is committed to finding ways of improving food safety. Through its web-based knowledge platform “Food Safe Packaging Portal,” Henkel will be broadcasting a webinar on December 5, 2014 entitled “Everything you need to know about mineral oil components in food packaging adhesives.” In this webinar, to be held in English, Dr. Monika Tönnießen will be talking about the problems associated with mineral oil hydrocarbons in food packaging.
Henkel will be showcasing its range of solutions for lighting applications under the proven brands Loctite, Bonderite, Technomelt and Teroson at the Strategies in Light Europe fair and conference from October 21 to 23 in Munich. Offering benefits like …
Already a permanent feature of automotive engineering, lightweight construction methods continue to steadily gain in importance. Due to automation and cycle time issues, however, manufacturing composite components under mass-production conditions is a …
Henkel is working together with partners and leading specialists in various industries to ensure that new products and solutions offer more value and better performance with a smaller environmental footprint. This approach is key to Henkel’s sustainability strategy of achieving more with less.
Henkel is reinforcing its partnership with the Italian Cefla Group and will again be in attendance this year at the Cefla 2014 Event. From October 9 through October 11, Henkel experts will be at Cefla Group in Imola to present the “Fusion Coating” process.
Henkel has developed and brought to market Loctite Benzoxazine (BZ) composites family that includes prepregs, infusion resins, film adhesives and tooling materials. Developed specifically for the aerospace industry, Henkel’s Loctite BZ offers a comprehensive solution over commonly used epoxies, phenolics and BMIs, in areas including product performance, storage, processing and health and safety.
Innovative products and solutions are essential if society wants to decouple economic growth from resource consumption.
Propulsion applications present the most demanding of aircraft environments. Engines, nacelles and auxiliary power units experience temperature extremes, require long term durability and undergo mechanical and acoustic fatigue. Henkel will be holding a webinar on “Material Selection for Propulsion Applications” on October 1st, 2014 at 08:00 PM (CET). Mr. Steve Cunningham, Mr. Ray Cornwell and Mr. David Leach will give an overview about Henkel’s solutions for these demanding propulsion applications.