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Ellsworth Adhesives to Showcase Key Suppliers' Technologies at Advanced Technologies Expo 2008

Published on 2008-08-13. Author : SpecialChem

Germantown, WI -- Ellsworth Adhesives, a leading global provider of adhesives, specialty chemicals and engineered solutions will exhibit technologies from leading suppliers at the 2008 Advanced Technologies Expo, September 23-25, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., daily at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, booth 444.

This event offers attendees an outstanding opportunity to keep pace with global competition with innovative products and ideas that make the assembly process more efficient and less costly, featuring innovative advances for the entire process from the industry's leading suppliers.

Ellsworth will exhibit engineered solutions including Henkel Macromelt® and Dow Corning Electronics LED applications, as well as products from leading suppliers including Bostik, Lord, 3M, Dymax and OK International. Ellsworth Engineered Sales Representatives will be on hand to answer attendees' application questions.

The Henkel products of the Macromelt OM 6 series are important, not only technically, but also ecologically, as they are produced from renewable raw materials. These molding compounds are thermoplastic hotmelts based on polyamide. No chemical reactions take place during application and no solvents are released. Macromelt hotmelts are processed at temperatures of 130 to 240°C and can be used at temperatures from -40 to +140°C. Adhesion to PA, PBT, PVC and similar polar substrates is very good.

Dow Corning LED applications capitalize on silicone's basic properties of durable dielectric insulation, as barriers against environmental contaminants and for their stress-relieving shock and vibration absorption and can be designed to meet the challenging needs of the LED market, including high adhesion, high purity, moisture resistance, thermal stability and optical transmittance.

Source: Ellsworth Adhesives

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