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Henkel hosts bonding breakfast event

  • Posted on Thursday 7th, June 2018.

Loctite by Henkel, in collaboration with Prime Creative Media, will be hosting an exclusive breakfast roundtable for senior industrial designers, maintenance managers and engineers, to uncover insights and identify cost-saving solutions through increased efficiency and effectiveness in industrial assembly and repair.

The event will be held the morning of 13 June at Swinburne University’s ‘Factory of the Future’ ground floor AMDC Building in Hawthorn. Register here.

Henkel is a partner of the Swinburne Industry-linked projects. The event will provide attendees the opportunity to network with the researchers at Swinburne and peers from various industries.

The event will also be the launch of Loctite’s recent advancement in hybrid adhesive technologies – universal structural bonders that will help tackle the most challenging assembly and repair situations. A live demo will be conducted on the day by the Loctite technical team.

The Loctite saga began in the basement laboratory of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1953, chemistry professor Dr Vernon Krieble developed a cure inhibition system for a unique bonding resin that hardened in the absence of air – an anaerobic sealant. Loctite made its official public debut at a press conference at the University Club in New York on July 26, 1956. The promise of solving the age-old problem of loose nuts and bolts in machines and appliances – a problem customers had long ago accepted as unsolvable – led to an unexpected flow of inquiries.

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