Glass Bonding - In house training and on site engineers.

Date: 10 October 2006
Source: Press release

Date: 3 October 2006

As part of its ongoing development, the Adhesives Division of Inseto now offers on-site training, engineers and technical support for its range of Delo glass bonding adhesives and equipment.

Inseto’s Adhesives Division provides bonding solutions to the UK and Ireland’s manufacturing industry that demand technically advanced bonding.These include automotive, aerospace, military, telecommunications, audio, electronic and architectural industries.

Several blue chip companies have already taken advantage of the glass bonding training and now have their own glass bonding experts. There are also glass structures appearing all over the country as Inseto’s engineers are called to assist with on-site construction.

Following its launch, the use of the Photobond-GB range of glass bonding adhesive from Delo has grown at such a rate that Inseto now offers training at either their facility in Andover or on-site at the customers location. Several large organisations have already taken advantage of this training and now have their own glass bonding engineers equipped with Delo lamps and adhesive, working on projects around the country.

Inseto’s own engineers have also been busy working on large glass projects helping structural engineers, architects and shop-fitters, by offering technical support and assisting with on site construction of various glass concepts.

Richard Hoare, Sales Engineer at Inseto said “ We have been working on all sorts of projects over the last few months. They can be as simple as bonding glass shelves to mirrors for a Hair Studio to working with architects, creating one off glass tanning showers or glass drinks bars in nightclubs in West London. As the saying goes ‘seeing is believing’ and once people have seen how strong the bond is with Photobond, their minds go into overdrive with ideas. At the moment the possibilities seem endless”.

If you have a glass project and need technical support, on-site engineers, curing equipment or high strength glass adhesives for bonding glass to glass, glass to metal or glass to plastic then Inseto can offer a total system solution.

You can also find more information about Inseto at www.inseto.co.uk or Delo at www.delo.de

For further information, please contact:

Richard Hoare

Adhesives Division.

Inseto (UK) Limited

Unit 25, Focus 303

Focus Way

Andover

Hampshire SP10 5NY

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1264 334 505

Fax: +44 (0) 1264 334 449

Email: richard.hoare@inseto.co.uk

Web: www.inseto.co.uk

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