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9/6/2016

Webinar: Composites repair strategies

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Henkel is hosting two free webinars, titled "Composite Repair Methods and Solutions." The first, on Sept. 21, will target composites professionals in North America. The second, on Sept. 22, will target European professionals.

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Henkel is hosting two free webinars, titled "Composite Repair Methods and Solutions." The first webinar, on Sept. 21, will target composites professionals in North America. The second webinar, on Sept. 22, will target European composites professionals.

Abstract: The repair of composite structures is crucial in maintaining the longevity of aircraft. Due to the flexible nature of structural adhesives, repairs can easily be made. Attendees will learn about structural adhesive options for composite repair, including:

  • Small repair applications – bonding and wet layup
  • Large out-of-autoclave repair applications
  • Specialty applications – high temperature, surfacing film and lightning strike repairs
  • MRO packaging
  • Packaging types
  • Application methods - best practices

North American presenters will be Ray Cornwell, technical service manager aerospace, and Steve Larby director, special projects. European presenters will be Erwin Duinker, technical customer service, and Dr. Ulrike Schmidt-Freytag, technical service manager EMEA.

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