See live demonstrations of high-performance adhesives in Loctite’s video seriesJanuary 4, 2019 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Henkel Canada Corporation is the manufacturer that businesses across the country trust for top industrial adhesives – especially those under the Loctite brand. But prospective customers do not need to wait until they buy these adhesives to see how powerful they are. Last year, the company launched an online video series, In the Lab with Loctite, to let the public see these products in action – the best way to see why Loctite is always worth the investment.
With Loctite, seeing is believing
In the Lab with Loctite consists of 15 episodes, hosted by actor Phil Godeck, that demonstrate Loctite’s top industrial adhesives working in real time. With humour and fun product demonstrations, Godeck learns from Loctite staff about these adhesives’ unique benefits and why they are stronger and more reliable than competing products.
Topics explored in these entertaining and informative videos include: why elastomeric adhesives work better than tape; how Loctite’s top industrial adhesives are stronger than other bonders; the benefits of elastomerics over methyl methacrylate adhesives; how to shift objects into new positions; the difference between tape and Loctite products; how to create better hybrid technology; making a safer hybrid adhesive; proper preparation of a universal structural bonder; and why Loctite adhesives are perfect for industrial manufacturing.
To conduct these product demonstrations, Godeck invites numerous Henkel experts to teach both him and the viewer. These include engineers Chris Burke, Matt Miner, Lawson Sargent, Darell Small, and Gustavo Reyes, as well as senior chemist Jesse Davis. These trained and experienced professionals add high credibility to the demonstrations in these videos.
All of the episodes are available to view on VimeoPro and Youtube. Get started on the series by watching the first episode, Adhesive Creep, right here:
In this episode, Godeck and Burke demonstrate the staying power of Loctite elastomeric adhesives, as opposed to structural tapes, when it comes to separating the bond line (or creep) over time.
These videos offer ample evidence of why Loctite is the name to turn to for the strongest adhesives.
To learn more, contact Henkel.