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INDUSTRYNEWS


LearnHow to Solve the Problems of Adhesion


Book your place on one of Dyne


Technology’s Surface Energy Measurement &Surface Treatment Training courses that will be held throughout 2013


The one day training course is held at the Dyne Technology Centre in Lichfield, Staffordshire; where delegates can learn the fundamentals of surface energy and how to improve bond performance to plastics and rubber.


Previously,delegates have attended because they wanted to learn how to achieve better adhesion to low surface energy materials e.g. P.P.,P.E.where printing inks rub off,glued parts fail, gaskets and seals won’t bond and paint and coating will not adhere. These problems are experienced throughout the automotive, medical device, print and in fact any industry that has to bond, print, or coat plastic or rubber components and are becoming more


common- place with the increasing use of


Low surface energy material Liquid does not ‘wet’the surface


High surface energy material Liquid ‘wets’ the surface


polyolefins.


The course tutor,Chris Lines, has many years’ experience working with manufacturing industries and has been able to solve countless problems of adhesion. Chris can also be found discussing “Solving the Problems of Adhesion” at various exhibitions and events, his latest being to the Medical Device Industry at MedTEC, Ireland in October this year.


The one day training course is tailored to cover the problems related to each delegate’s industry where possible. Former delegates have commented on Chris’s vast knowledge and easy to understand delivery style backed up with lots of practical demonstrations and often recomm- end the course to colleagues.


If you think you have aproblem with adhesion and want to learn more this training course is definitely for you.


Further information on the course can be found at: www.dynetechnology.co.uk or you can contact Dyne Technology directly on: Tel: +44 (0) 1543 411460


AkzoNobel expands Middle East operations AkzoNobel has


underlined its growth


ambitions for the Middle East after signing an expanded joint venture agreement with the


Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo group of companies


The new deal strengthens the existing joint venture between AkzoNobel and Kanoo, which only covers the supply of the company's International Paint brand, along with coil and packaging coatings. Under the terms of the expanded agreement, AkzoNobel will offer products from across its Performance Coatings portfolio, including professional woodcare, automotive refinish, marine, yacht, fire protection, protective and powder coatings.


“Weare very pleased to build on our long- standing relationship with the Kanoo family by signing this agreement,” said Leif Darner, AkzoNobel's Executive Committee member responsible for Performance Coatings. “It will give us afirm foothold in the Middle East and asolid platform from which to deliver on our ambitious growth strategy in the region. We see many opportunities for our products and services to supply the construction, oil and gas


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and transportation sectors in the Middle East and this deal will ensure that we are better placed to serve our customers.”


Mishal Kanoo, Deputy Chairman for Kanoo in the UAEand Oman, added: “Our relationship with AkzoNobel goes back over 30 years and we look forward to supporting the company in its ambition to be aleading supplier of performance coatings in both the UAEand Saudi Arabia.”


AkzoNobel currently employs more than 200 people across its two main plants in the Middle East. Both sites are planning increased investments to support the enlarged business portfolio, with work on anew powder coatings facility in Dubai having already started.


www.akzonobel.com read online @www.surfaceworld.com


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