Two new adhesives specifically designed for the oil and gas industry are now available. Specially designed for bonding NBR (nitrile rubber) and HNBR (hydrogenated nitrile rubber), LORD Chemlok® adhesives are environmentally resistant and easy to apply. These two new adhesives, LORD Chemlok 6450 and 6451, are covercoat adhesives designed for use over Chemlok 207 primer.
Two new adhesives specifically designed for the oil and gas industry are now available. Specially designed for bonding NBR (nitrile rubber) and HNBR (hydrogenated nitrile rubber), LORD Chemlok® adhesives are environmentally resistant and easy to apply…
The availability of a series of general purpose Chemlok® adhesives using low HAP solvents has been announced by LORD Corporation.
A new silicon ingot bonding material has been developed for the solar market by LORD Corporation.
Structural adhesives are increasingly being used as a proven alternative to welding and traditional mechanical fasteners on millions of vehicles in a wide variety of industries. As a result of the continued growth, LORD Corporation has developed a uniq…
To provide customers a high-performance, environmentally-friendly adhesive option, LORD Corporation now offers a new high performance aqueous primer and covercoat adhesive for bonding during vulcanization to metal.
LORD Chemlok® 8212 adhesive is …
The large number of parts associated with repair costs has led to an increase in the number of vehicles that are “totaled” each year. The result is higher costs for consumers less repair business for body shops.
Although one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of custom aluminum trailers was initially skeptical about using a structural adhesive in place of welding on their trailer doors, rising labor costs served as an impetus for change.
Harnessing the sun’s energy to produce electricity is once again garnering interest from eager consumers looking for a cheaper, environmentally friendly power source.
The PV and solar industries have technically met the challenge of grid parity in many geographical locations and yet there is still hesitancy in the uptake of this renewable resource.