Pure monomer resins (PMRs) can provide formulators with the tools needed to fine-tune adhesives formulations to meet specific appplication requirements without affecting other key performance properties.
Most stadiums leak at expansion joints. The ones that don't, though, are characterized by a design and building process that involves a shift in the traditional way stakeholders relate and execute their work.
Two-part epoxy, acrylic, silicone and urethane adhesives deliver excellent performance in a range of applications, but processing can be difficult. Fortunately, equipment technology advancements now provide adhesive users with options to ensure a controlled mixing and dispensing process on their assembly lines.
Machine intelligence software is designed to uncover hidden trends in data while modeling a large number of variables. By learning more from your data with this approach, cost savings of 75% or more can be realized, compared to traditional R&D programs.
Where can a company turn for meaningful cost savings once its other options - raw-material supply agreements, logistics and inventory control, etc. - have been exhausted? This article explores an underexploited option for companies producing formulated products.