The aerospace industry knows it must meet high-reliability specs to create an aircraft that is safe and resilient.
As aluminum and titanium materials are more often replaced with stronger, lightweight composites—which require adhesive bonds— knowing that bond will stick is crucial. The strength and success of that adhesive bond depends on properly preparing the surface.
There is a constant focus in the automotive industry on higher performance materials that provide more with less — better strength, better fuel economy, and better durability.
New materials require new coatings, paints and structural and component bonding. And all of these require control of adhesion processes to guarantee an ever-increasing demand of quality.
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Surfaces are an extremely important piece to successful electronic component assembly. These surfaces need to be clean at a chemical level in order to ensure that bonding processes will be successful. Protect your adhesion process upstream; save in failure and rework costs.
Manufacturing products that impact the health and safety of a human life is no small task. Products such as medical tubing and prosthetics that require bonding or coating must achieve FDA validation to make it to market. Control and validation of the adhesion process means a fail-resistant and reliable product.
From golf clubs, to paint cans, to window manufacturing, all consumer goods must meet one requirement: manufacturers must produce a product to withstand the stresses of the field and guarantee their bonds will hold.
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