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5/24/2013

Henkel Sourcebook Features Dispensing, Curing Equipment

Originally titled 'Sourcebook Features Dispensing, Curing Equipment'
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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.

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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. Loctite equipment is capable of dispensing and curing a variety of adhesives, sealants and industrial fluids, from water-thin liquids to high-viscosity pastes.

New products highlighted in the 2013 catalog include Loctite cure systems, automated and manual dispense systems, robots and valves, and the Loctite AssureCure inline system for assessing the degree of cure of light-cure adhesives. In addition to detailed information on dispense equipment and accessories, the catalog also features special sections on light-cure and robotic motion-control systems. It also outlines Henkel’s range of manufacturing support services, including modified and customized equipment, equipment rental or lease programs, rebuild/exchange programs, detailed equipment website, and staff of equipment specialists and field service technicians.

For a copy of the sourcebook, visit henkelna.com/publications and request LT-3669 or call 800-LOCTITE, or download a copy at henkelna.com/literature

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