Found 5 results for "Lord Corp."...
Just show me:
April 1, 2011
Adhesive bonding broadens the fabricator’s toolbox
Acrylic adhesive can join bare metal to bare metal, making it a viable alternative for previously welded or riveted joints. Here, an operator uses a pneumatic-type cartridge gun to apply the adhesive.
It's about the bead.... Read more...
January 3, 2011
Thermally conductive silicone encapsulant designed for high-heat dissipation applications
Lord Corp. has announced the availability of a new thermally conductive silicone encapsulant. Designed for encapsulation applications in which high heat dissipation is required, SC-305 is a two-component silicone system.
Suitable for LED... Read more...
May 7, 2010
Bonding with adhesives
Many aspects are considered when designing a component. Among them are the part's shape, construction materials, and joining methods. Depending on the application, mechanical fasteners and welding are the usual bonding methods of... Read more...
March 5, 2010
Acrylic adhesive works on various substrates, including unprepared metals
Lord Corp. offers Maxlok™, a new acrylic adhesive developed to meet the need for a process-friendly adhesive that will work on various substrates, including unprepared metals. The adhesive is available in three cure speeds, each of which... Read more...
November 25, 2008
Don't get stuck wondering about composites
Adhesives distribute stress
evenly along the bond line.
Photo courtesy of Henkel Technologies.
With the price of metals increasing, manufacturers are modifying their designs to offset their rising costs. At the same time, more... Read more...