Official guidance on Appli-Tec’s internal COVID-19 response.
As part of our People, Planet, Prosperity vision, we held an internal food drive fundraiser.
In this issue: Maintaining adhesive viscosity and work life, and our part in the NASA Goddard Web Telescope project – plus our People, Planet, Prosperity initiative.
At Appli-Tec, we test all adhesives to meet our own internal specifications – as well as to customer-supplied specs.
One of the most complex spacecraft ever made, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will allow scientists to break new ground.
Work life and pot life can vary greatly depending on the adhesive material, its packaging (e.g. frozen, two-part kit), and the application.
A handy chart to help you choose which material is best suited for your application.
Testing an adhesive’s lap shear is important because it allows for a strength comparison between different adhesive materials on a known substrate.
How to read the Appli-Tec Shipping Indicator Tube that arrives with every shipment of our PMF adhesives.
In this issue: our new 3,000-gallon liquid nitrogen tank, replacing discontinued material and On the Lighter Side – Be Like Protons
Appli-Tec installs a 3,000 gallon liquid nitrogen tank to reduce waste and weather prolonged power outages.
In this issue: a salon owner uses adhesives to create a ‘no strings attached’ mask and reasons why your adhesive material seems thicker than normal.
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