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CAMX 2019 preview: Ashland

Ashland Global Holdings is featuring truck and transportation components used for tailgating and other applications.
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Ashland Global Holdings (Columbus, Ohio, U.S.) is featuring truck and transportation components used for tailgating and other applications. Ashland’s Pliogrip structural adhesives have been specified for use in bonding and the assembly of mixed materials joining and virtually any application that requires a strong, reliable bond such as transportation, aerospace, infrastructure, industrial and aftermarket repair applications. Pliogrip structural adhesives reportedly enable bonding of dissimilar substrates, mitigate bond line read-through on thin Class A parts, improve productivity while eliminating residual container waste, and adhere low energy substrates without the use of primers. Booth H42.

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