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According to BSC Product Manager Michael Rowe, the LOCTITE® MRO kit provides industrial businesses with an essential range of LOCTITE® products devised to prevent downtime, save time, improve safety, and reduce costs. “It’s not dissimilar to a tackle box in size but its rugged and lockable,...

As a valuable commodity, the sugar industry generates around $4 billion for the Australian economy every year. Since the first arrival of the dense fibre and sucrose-rich plant to Australia, sugar cane fields have expanded across the eastern coastline, particularly well-suited to the tropical conditions of Northern New South Wales and Queensland. Referred to in the sugar business as ‘crushing season,’ the sugar cane...

At a major paper manufacturing plant in Victoria, hundreds of staff work to output a significant volume of product on a short timeline, accommodating the high demand for paper and pulp products on the Australian market. According to BSC Key Account Executive, Duncan McKellar, there have been three LOCTITE® products that have saved the day on a few occasions at the site — LOCTITE 660 Compound, LOCTITE 609 Retaining Compounds, and the LOCTITE 406 Instant Adhesive. To read the full...

The LOCTITE red bottles have become synonymous with agricultural equipment assembly and maintenance since Vernon Krieble’s invention of the liquid threadlockers in the early 1950s. According to Michael Rowe, BSC Product Manager for Adhesives & Sealants, using threadlockers to safeguard threaded assemblies helps provide peace of mind for farm equipment users as they work in the field. But...

Vibrational loosening is a common contributor to equipment fails. And in water and wastewater applications, the risk of fasteners coming apart is further exacerbated by the amount of moisture in the environment. According to industry specialist Michael Rowe, who is the Product Manager of Adhesives and...

The concrete used in industrial plants is often exposed to harsh environments and heavy loads from the machinery. Concrete floors are susceptible to degradation from wear and chemical wash downs, while the concrete foundations and pedestals can develop cracks as a result of heavy vibratory...