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Adhesives & Sealants Industry Magazine
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2012 November Adhesives and Sealants Industry Magazine.
Dashboard systems make it much simpler for employees at every level to become more proactive.
Performing minor repairs when a defect or damage is first spotted can prevent major damage or even avoid complete composite failure.
For as long as polyester chemistry has been used to produce composite parts, manufacturers have needed various paste consistency resin products to work in conjunction with the laminating process.
Manufacturing companies can better serve their customers and build supply chain efficiencies through B2B e-commerce.
Founded in 1987, the company has developed more than 1,000 unique standard products.
Amid a dizzying array of product performance requirements, standards, regulations, and engineering and cost limitations, manufacturers of adhesives and sealants for interiors must dedicate themselves to formulating high-performance products that are both safe and acceptable to demanding markets.
In 2001, the trucking industry experienced some major problems when increased pollution controls raised under-hood temperatures and caused failures in big rigs, specifically in the tractor-trailers’ turbocharger systems.
By most accounts, 2012 has been a challenging year.
Since its inception in 1997, the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) system has been a major influence on how adhesives and sealants manufacturers design and market products.
Recovery within the adhesives and sealants industry appears increasingly favorable as the U.S. macro backdrop improves.