Henkel Corp. has introduced the Loctite Equipment Sourcebook, Volume 9, an updated, 102-page catalog that presents the complete line of Loctite dispensing and curing equipment.
Beverage can manufacturer Rexam PLC has named Henkel Corp. as its “Supplier of the Year” for the second year in a row. The company uses Henkel’s Bonderite C-IC 740 E etch degreaser and Bonderite L-FM 290-E lubricant.
Henkel says its Aquence Co-Cure technology has been selected for use as protection against corrosion and UV-damage in the solar industry.
Henkel Corp.’s Loctite SF7900 Ceramic Shield for Welding is a silicone-free, sprayable protective coating formulated to prevent spatter adhesion on MIG/MAG welding equipment.
New literature from Henkel Corp. showcases key features and benefits of 21 products in its Loctite threadlocker line.
Henkel’s autodeposition protection technology is an alternative vehicle coating, as Android hopes to produce 9,000 vehicles this year for Florida-based Vehicle Production Group.
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Henkel’s Locite Nordbak 7255 sprayable ceramic coating is designed to protect metal surfaces on industrial equipment from wear, abrasion and corrosion, creating smooth, low-friction surfaces that improve equipment efficiency.
As a result of implementing new technologies in Brazil, Henkel has received Rexam Corp.’s “Be the Best” Excellence Award in the two categories, based on key performance criteria that the aluminum can manufacturer uses to evaluate its strategic partners.
A team of engineering students from Bayreuth University won an award from Henkel for best use of adhesive as part of the annual Formula Student contest at the Hockenheimring.For the overall contest, teams had to design and build a prototype of a new racing car from scratch, present it as a business case, and test its performance in various trials and a final race.
Henkel Corp.’s Loctite adhesives were a major sponsor of the No. 36 car entered by Conquest Racing at this year’s Indianapolis 500 race.
Henkel will showcase its full line of coatings and coating processes at the upcoming Sur/Fin show, including its Bonderite prepaint conversion coatings for superior performance on steel, galvanized, aluminum and mixed metal process lines; Alodine for aluminum and light metal, and available in chrome-free versions; and Aquence, a water-based autodeposition coating used to uniformly coat ferrous substrates in assembled parts (and an environmentally friendly alternative to e-coat).
Henkel Corp. has reformulated and reintroduced its Loctite 243 Threadlocker to withstand temperatures up to 360°F.
Virtually all metal parts and many plastic parts have some sort of finish applied to them. These finishes are applied to improve appearance, increase corrosion resistance and enhance wear resistance.
Volvo Penta, a leading worldwide supplier of engines and complete power systems for marine and industrial use based in Chesapeake, Va., recently redesigned one of their leading engine exhaust systems and stern drives used on 20 to 35-foot pleasure craft.
Henkel Corporation provides detailed information on the company’s line of adhesives, sealants, metal pretreatments, coatings, cleaners and metalworking fluids for a wide range of industrial assembly applications in a new catalog.
New literature from Henkel Corp. provides detailed information on the company’s line of adhesives, sealants, surface treatments and lubricants for a range of industrial assembly applications.
An industrial-strength, phosphate-free acid pickle from Henkel Corp., Bonderite Deoxidine 216 is formulated to thoroughly clean rust, laser scale, weld scale and unwanted oxides from steel surfaces while protecting the base metal.
Henkel Corp. has introduced an energy saving, low-temperature cleaner, Bonderite Ridoline RT-153, designed to be compatible with both phosphate and phosphate-free conversion coating technologies.
Henkel will exhibit its Technomelt brand hot melt adhesives in new finger-sized, ready-to-use packets.
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At Henkel Corporation, we provide solutions to industry’s biggest challenges. We are
dedicated to understanding the markets we serve and developing partnerships that
stand the test of time.
For more than 100 years, Henkel has been the leading supplier of state-of-the-art
metal pretreatment technologies. As the world’s leading supplier of chemical
pretreatments for steel, light metals, and plastics, Henkel sets high standards for
corrosion protection, paint adhesion and environmental safety.
Since the early 1930s, Bonderite® has been well established in the automotive and
metalworking industries as a brand for conversion coating processes and chemistries
to improve paint adhesion, corrosion protection and wear resistance to ferrous-based
alloys, mixed metal alloys and plastic surfaces. The products that make up the
Bonderite® brand include process line chemistries, cleaners, pretreatment chemistries
including activators and conditioners, conversion coating chemistries, post treatment
chemistries (including rinses and passivation), as well as auxiliary products including
toner, additives, accelerators and neutralizer.
To help you compete in today’s challenging manufacturing environment, our chemists
and engineers work in partnership with our customers to improve design, assembly,
productivity and profitability. Whether you need consultation on our products’
performance or a turnkey process design, Henkel provides solutions.
Henkel is the name behind some of America’s favorite brands. From Dial® soaps to Purex® laundry detergents, Right Guard® antiperspirants, göt2b® hair styling products, and Loctite® adhesives, Henkel brands are part of your daily life.
Henkel operates worldwide with leading brands and technologies in three business areas:
Founded in 1876, Henkel is a global leader in the consumer and industrial businesses with brands such as Persil, Schwarzkopf and Loctite. Headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany, Henkel employs about 47,000 people worldwide and the company’s preferred shares are listed in the German stock index DAX.
In North America, Henkel has more than 5,000 employees in 45 facilities across the U.S. and Canada. Henkel has grown rapidly in North America during the past decade and now generates about 17 percent of worldwide sales in this region.