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Thinking about adhesives? Then learn from the experts

15 October 2015

Henkel continues its popular 'Loctite Success Secured' webinar series with two seminars scheduled for the mornings of November 10 and November 24.

Henkel continues its popular Loctite Success Secured webinar series with ‘Why Adhesives?’ on Tuesday 10th November 2015 at 11.00 am and ‘Instant Adhesives’ on Tuesday 24th November 2015 at 11.00 am.

Both educational seminars are hosted by senior technology specialists with more than 30 years’ experience in the engineering adhesives industry.

‘Why Adhesives?’ is presented by John Dubber, an expert in structural bonding.  The seminar will demonstrate how design and manufacturing can be optimised by choosing adhesives instead of – or in combination with – traditional mechanical fastening methods.

Case studies from across industry will illustrate the wide-ranging benefits.

John Dubber

To join John Dubber's seminar, click here

Bob Goss is the Henkel specialist in bonding engineering plastics, medical devices and small parts in general.

His webinar will explain the virtues of instant adhesives and show how this technology continues to develop with the introduction of innovative products, such as Loctite 4090, that has the speed of an instant but the strength of an epoxy.

Bob Goss

To join Bob Goss' seminar, click here.

Both seminars are free and last for 45 minutes.  There will be the opportunity for delegates to ask their own questions at the end of each session, and everyone will receive a white paper as a follow-up to extend their knowledge of the topic.

Like to hear what the seminars are like? Click here


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