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The Adhesive and Sealant Council (ASC) Spring Convention and Expo will welcome hundreds of visitors from around the world for the 2014 event, which will be held April 28-30 at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando, Fla.
The American Coatings Show and Conference (ACS) will take place April 8-10 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta
UV LED curing refers to a technique that uses “energy” output from the light emitting diodes (LEDs) in the ultraviolet (UV) spectrum to treat coatings, adhesives, inks and other UV-curable materials.
Fourteen tubes of polyurethane sealant and an older suburban Western Pennsylvania home made for a perfect fit to seal in noteworthy energy savings.
Next month, the American Coatings Show and the Adhesive and Sealant Council Spring Convention and Expo will draw thousands of key players in the global adhesives, sealants, and coatings industries to Atlanta and Orlando, respectively.
On a daily basis, television, newspaper, and radio fill their programming with “experts” who are all too eager to prognosticate where the stock market will be in 12 months, how quickly the sea will rise in the next 100 years, or who will win the Super Bowl and why.
"What is defeat? Nothing but education, nothing but the first step toward something better.” – Wendell Phillips, Abolitionist
QUESTION: We use UV-curable adhesives in a medical device as adhesives and coatings. However, we are concerned about residual, uncured materials in the adhesive that might be toxic or cause corrosion. How can we ensure that the adhesive is always fully cured?
QUESTION: We are considering polyurethane adhesives as alternatives to the epoxy- and solvent-based adhesives we currently use. Could you please give us an overview of this type of adhesive?
The Gibson Box Co. has produced corrugated pallets, build-ups and other packaging products since 1999, but company President David Gibson would turn back the clock four years if he could.