Paris — Materials and mixing system maker Sonderhoff will showcase the technology behind the low-emission polyurethane foam seals it designed for luxury carmaker Daimler at the Midest exhibition.
The firm will also present the gluing and grouting solutions it makes using polyurethane during the three-day industrial subcontracting exhibition in Paris this December.
A live demonstration will show the precision of the dispensing cell SMART-M for foam sealing the new polyurethane based foam seal system Fermapor K31 Low-Emission.
In addition, the focus is on polyurethane foam gaskets Fermapor K31 Fast-Cure for serial production and the newly-developed polyurethane based 2-K adhesive system Fermaglue.
According to the company’s senior marketing manager Florian Kampf the surface of the Fast-Cure foam sealant is tack-free at room temperature within 120 to 180 seconds of application.
“This allows the foamed parts to be processed quickly in the subsequent production process and installed earlier,” he added.
The company, which is headquartered in Germany, will be at Stand E 120 / hall 6 throughout the event which runs from 6 to 9 December 2016 at the Paris Nord Villepinte, France.