It was a simple email message, but it gave me pause. I had responded to an inquiry within minutes of its arrival in my email inbox, and received a compliment back, praising my prompt response. I was surprised not only that my response time was noticed, but that it was acknowledged with such positivity.
The Japan Adhesive Industry Association will host the World Adhesive & Sealant Conference 2016.
October 3, 2016
The World Adhesive & Sealant Conference 2016 (WAC2016) is scheduled to take place October 26-28 at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Tokyo. The main theme of WAC2016 is Creating Tomorrow, with three keywords: Environment, Creation, and Evolution. Some 700 delegates are expected to attend from around the world, representing adhesive and sealant manufacturers and suppliers to the industry.
Consumer and industrial products succeed in the marketplace because their performance meets expectations; adhesive and sealant materials are no exception. Ease of handling and use, ability to fasten together and seal, straightforward cleanup after application, and longevity for reliable performance are all points of evaluation that distinguish top performers from average products.
For many manufacturers, end-of-line packaging where goods are placed and sealed into secondary packaging such as corrugated cartons serves as one of the last lines of defense to ensure finished goods arrive to their final destination in excellent, saleable form.
Construction and automotive repair often require controlled blends of adhesives and sealants. Reliable and efficient applications can depend on precise and repeatable placement of epoxies and other two-component (2K) adhesives and sealants for such tasks as concrete anchoring, crack injection, foam insulation, seam sealers, bumper repair, windshield installation, and sound deadening.
Hovertravel successfully completed sea trials on two 12000TD craft constructed with SCIGRIP’s adhesive bonding techniques.
October 3, 2016
Griffon Hoverwork, a designer and manufacturer of technically advanced hovercrafts, has collaborated with SCIGRIP to develop and produce its latest vessel. The newly completed 12000TD is a 22-m passenger craft that reportedly represents a significant shift in manufacturing techniques for the UK hovercraft company.