01 July 2010
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Adhesive applications symposium

Sulzer Mixpac is planning its first symposium entitled Two component Adhesive Applications — Opportunities and Trends on September 13 and 14 at the NTB Buchs, a technical university nearby the company's headquarters of Sulzer Mixpac (Switzerland).

The purpose of this new user-oriented forum is to strengthen the dialogue between users and manufacturers of adhesive, sealant, mixing and metering systems to ensure successful introduction of two-component adhesive technology into production processes.

Two component adhesive and sealant technology competes favourably with many conventional joining techniques and, due to its many advantages, is well on the way to replacing some of these in a variety of applications. This modern joining technology has acquired special importance for innovations, which would not be achievable today without high performance adhesives. This applies, in particular, to lightweight constructions which are made from a variety of materials, and special designs.

To achieve the desired cost-effectiveness and quality, all project parties must cooperate together and what better way is there than attending this newly launched conference series.

The first symposium will focus on the development of two component adhesive technology and experts from the adhesive industry attending the event will examine new challenges to be faced in future and the significance of mixing and metering technologies. Also of great importance are guidelines and standards concerning the quality requirements of metering and mixing systems, in addition to the related statutory regulations expected to apply to the use of the technology.

Information is available by emailing registration.mixpac@sulzer.com

Paul Gay


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