Bohle America Completes Another Successful Set of UV Bonding Training Sessions

Bohle America Completes Another Successful Set of UV Bonding Training Sessions
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The Bonding Must Go On! Snowy weather does not deter attendees.

Bohle America recently wrapped up another round of comprehensive bonding training sessions in North Carolina and despite a heavy winter storm that blew through the area; the classes went on and were completed as planned.

For over 25 years Bohle has been known as the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of UV bonding adhesives, UV lights, fixation devices and bonding showcase hardware. During this program, participants gained a complete understanding and knowledge of the correct method for UV bonding glass to glass and glass to metal and as well as gaining competency and confidence to pursue this complex yet highly lucrative glass furniture process.

Over the course of the days in Charlotte, participants built a variety of 3 dimensional, functional showcases with hinges, shelving and locks. At the end of the session, each participant received a UV Bonding Compliance Certificate and the company associated with them was entered into the Bohle Competent UV Bonding Database for project references.

The next round of training has not been announced at this time, but Bohle America consistently holds them a few times per year both in Charlotte and in Kansas City at their Portals Luxury Hardware location.

These training seminars consistently sell out, so if you are interested in signing up for the next one please visit for more information.

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