Henkel Canada Corporation offers a range of rugged wear-resistant coatings and backing material as part of its Nordbak product line. The selection of Nordbak products includes a variety of polymer composites with extremely hard reinforcement fillers. These products can be used to protect a broad range of plant equipment. They act as a sacrificial working surface that is easily renewable, protecting and extending the life of the substrate. Our company offers a comprehensive selection of adhesives, sealants, and functional coatings. We have been serving a variety of industries for over 140 years.
Nordbak wear resistant coatings feature the wear properties of ceramic combined with the convenience of two-part epoxies. They are used to protect equipment including pumps, chutes, and augers, and will stand up to harsh industrial environments. They can be supplied in brushable and trowelable formulations, and are perfect for large-scale repair applications. The many different varieties available include compounds designed specifically to handle fine or coarse particle abrasion, as well as liquid or slurry turbulence and cavitation. In addition to protecting equipment from abrasion, these polymer composites prevent corrosion from taking place below the coating.
Nordbak backing material is used for backing wear plates in cone crushers and grinding mills. It features high compressive strength and resistance to impact. In addition, this compound has high volumetric stability to eliminate gaps between liners. This pourable compound requires no melting or special equipment to apply, and is nonflammable.
Henkel Corporation was founded in 1876, and since then we have become a company with global reach as we are represented in over 120 countries. We have earned the trust of customers through exceptional service and innovations designed to meet industry challenges.
We serve a diverse customer base. Some of the markets that rely on our solutions include automotive and transportation, industrial assembly, energy, MRO, metal processing, furniture manufacturing, construction, medical devices, and packaging and paper.