Henkel - Transport & Metal

Henkel operates globally with a well-balanced and diversified portfolio. The company holds leading positions with its three business units in both industrial and consumer businesses thanks to strong brands, innovations and technologies. Henkel Adhesive Technologies is the global leader in the adhesives market – across all industry segments worldwide. In its Laundry & Home Care and Beauty Care businesses, Henkel holds leading positions in many markets and categories around the world. Founded in 1876, Henkel looks back on more than 140 years of success. In 2017, Henkel reported sales of 20 billion euros and adjusted operating profit of around 3.5 billion euros. Combined sales of the respective top brands of the three business units – Loctite, Schwarzkopf and Persil – amounted to 6.4 billion euros. Henkel employs more than 53,000 people globally – a passionate and highly diverse team, united by a strong company culture, a common purpose to create sustainable value, and shared values. As a recognized leader in sustainability, Henkel holds top positions in many international indices and rankings. Henkel’s preferred shares are listed in the German stock index DAX. For more information, please visit www.henkel.com.

Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Henkelstraße 67
40589 Düsseldorf
Germany
+49 211 7970
www.henkel.com

Henkel to showcase its comprehensive automotive composite expertise at JEC World 2018

With composite applications on display such as molds, composite wheels and leaf springs, Henkel will demonstrate its comprehensive product and service portfolio for automotive light weighting at JEC World 2018. 
(Photo: Henkel, PR048)Düsseldorf, Germany – As a global solution provider to automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, Henkel continues to drive significant progress in sustainable light weighting technologies with new composite and adhesive products and extended global Composite Lab capabilities.

Henkel flying high with aerospace composite solutions at JEC World 2018

Henkel flying high with aerospace composite solutions at JEC World 2018. (Photo: Henkel, PR049)Düsseldorf, Germany – Sky’s getting busy: Boeing and Airbus forecast a worldwide demand for up to 40,000 new aircrafts over the next two decades. With a 10-year production backlog and new aircrafts increasingly counting on lightweight composites, both Henkel’s expertise in process automation and its high-impact solutions for the aerospace industry are in high demand.

Henkel offers Loctite tire bonding solution with outstanding adhesion for acoustic foams and integrated sensors

Extensive testing has confirmed the excellent adhesion strength and flexibility of Loctite SI 5930 FIT from Henkel for a wide range of tire rubbers, acoustic foams and release agents. The photo shows the set-up of a 90 degrees foam peel test. (Photo: Henkel, PR045)Düsseldorf, Germany – To pave the road towards next-generation automotive tires with effective cavity noise reduction and increased sensor technology, Henkel has introduced Loctite SI 5930 FIT, an RTV silicone rubber adhesive for in-tire bonding applications. The product provides excellent adhesion properties on all common tire rubbers and is compatible with different acoustic foams as well as tire release agents. As a MEKO-free and odorless solution it also meets strict HSE standards. In addition, Henkel supports tire manufacturers and suppliers with a comprehensive bonding test program and through collaborations with leaders in tire market consulting consultant and dedicated wheel manufacturing equipment.

Henkel to highlight its comprehensive solutions for the die-casting value chain at Euroguss 2018

Düsseldorf, Germany – At Euroguss 2018, Henkel (Booth 521, Hall 7) will be showcasing its complete portfolio of product and service solutions for all needs across the entire die-casting and metalworking value chain. From Bonderite cleaning and lubricating products to its Loctite Impregnation Solutions (LIS), the company’s broad expertise and product range helps customers reduce costs and streamline their manufacturing processes.

One-step Bonderite L-FM FL polymer-based coating process changes the game in metal pretreatment for demanding automotive bolts

With Bonderite L-FM FL, Henkel has developed an innovative solution with superior cost performances, reduced CO2 impact and a much smaller water footprint. 
(Photo: Henkel, PR042)Düsseldorf, Germany – Henkel Adhesive Technologies has sharpened the market fit of its Bonderite L-FM FL portfolio of polymeric coatings for the surface conversion of metals used in cold forming operations. The optimized Bonderite L-FM FL process reduces the number of treatment steps from as much as ten to one or two and is fast emerging as an attractive alternative in the production of high-performance automotive bolts and screws.

How Henkel drives innovation in surface technologies

Passivation of aluminum surfaces in a body pretreatment line. 
(Photo: Henkel, PR046)Düsseldorf, Germany – Lightweight construction, costs and sustainability continue to challenge the metals processing industry. Helping customers to keep the lead in this dynamic market, Henkel offers a comprehensive package of surface treatment process, product and service solutions for virtually all needs of single-alloy or multi-metal substrates.

Henkel patented two-step process for auto body surface treatment at Audi

Henkel patented Bonderite two-step process for auto body surface treatment at Audi. (Photo: Henkel, PR039)Düsseldorf, Germany – In cooperation with Audi, Henkel has developed an auto body pre-treatment process. The patented two-step process enables surface treatment of multi-metal auto bodies with an aluminum content of up to 100 percent. In zinc phosphating, which was the conventional process, the volume of waste products increases as the aluminum content of mixed material bodies rises. These are very costly to remove from the pre-treatment bath and the surfaces that are treated in them.

Henkel’s Bonderite duaLCys process is fast establishing itself as a game changer for greater efficiency and safety in machining and cleaning

Henkel’s Bonderite duaLCys process is an innovative 2-component process where the cleaner can be recycled into the lubricant bath. The dual system, which features pre-cleaning during machining, offers low foam, low temperature cleaning, cooling and lubricating performance and corrosion protection. Switching to the new system can achieve cost savings of up to 40% due to less product, waste, water and energy consumption. (Photo: Henkel, PR041)Düsseldorf, Germany – Two years after it was first introduced to the metalworking market, Henkel’s innovative Bonderite duaLCys process has proven its superior cost-efficiency and sustainability over conventional cooling lubrication and cleaning processes. Most recently, the process demonstrated these advantages in a demanding precision tool machining project at German customer Mapal. Henkel will highlight Bonderite duaLCys in its exhibit at EMO 2017 in Hannover, Germany (Hall 6, Booth K01).

Henkel opens new composite test center in Asia – the Composite Lab

Henkel’s new Composite Lab in Isogo-ku, Yokohama, Japan where automotive customers can work with Henkel experts to develop and test composite parts, and also optimize series production process conditions. They can carry out trials on Henkel’s own HP-RTM equipment coupled to a 380-tonne press. (Photo: Henkel, PR035)Düsseldorf, Germany – Henkel has opened a state-of-the-art test facility for composites in Japan. The new Composite Lab in Isogo-ku, Yokohama, will allow automotive customers from across Asia to team up with Henkel experts to develop and test composite parts, and to establish the best process conditions to make their ideas ready for market.

New ideas from Henkel for cooling lubricants

Cooling lubricant dosing.Düsseldorf, Germany – In cooling lubricant dosing applications, the new Henkel Bonderite duaLCys process used in combination with the non-electric LDT Dosatron Proportional Dosing Pump has been shown to offer significant advantage to customers and increase energy efficiency of the process.

Bonderite Solutions from Henkel Help Automotive Suppliers to Leverage the Growth Potential in Lightweighting Metals

Lightweight brake disk shield made of aluminum, surface treated by BENSELER-Group in a chromium-free Henkel Bonderite process. (Photo: © BENSELER-Group, PR030)Düsseldorf, Germany – As a leading company in metal surface treatment processes, Henkel Adhesive Technologies offers a diversified range of Bonderite solutions for OEMs and suppliers seeking to cut weight and improve sustainability with advanced new alloys and multi-metal materials.

Bonderite C-CP process from Henkel enables environmentally friendly stainless steel pickling

Stainless steel strip coil, wire and tubes, as well as welded products like car and washing machine components, can all be treated with Bonderite C-CP LF2. (Photo: Henkel, PR027)Düsseldorf, Germany – The Bonderite C-CP technology, an innovative process from Henkel for pickling of stainless steel, is providing users with important cost and environmental benefits. Together with Henkel’s expertise and service, it has already provided advantages for several of Henkel’s customers in Italy and the Far East, where this technology has been introduced as an alternative to mixed acid processes.

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