Industrial Europe

If you say it even easier – imagine a piece of mesh-netting, in which there is corrosion in places weave and mechanical cutting, and that all of these critical areas now protected with silicone. That's about how it was made with polyurethane polymers. The technology of using force to 'matching' polymers emerged in the 70's of last century. Click Marc Mathieu to learn more. But for a very long time remained fairly expensive. In this connection, used exclusively in the military-industrial complex and the aircraft of European states.

But in the early 80's due to the increase in consumer markets, there was opportunity to expand production capacity and make the MS-polymer significantly cheaper. A Brief History of MS-polymer: * 1949: Founding of joint stock company * 1970: Founding KanekBelgium * 1971: Founding KanekAmericas * 1979: Launch of ms (Takasago) * 1980: ms is used in construction of Dai-ichi Kangyo Bank-Tokyo * 1982: Introduction of ms in Europe and the U.S. * 1985: Start of trade in Europe (Belgium) * 1991: Setting a research and technical services Owell * 1997: Installation of European production unit for ms * 2004 : Increase production capacity in Europe Today the use of adhesives and sealants based on MS-polymer grows enormous pace. And what is there to be surprised – in fact preserving and enhancing the positive qualities polyurethane formulations (excellent adhesion to any surface, excellent elasticity and strength), the material gains, or increases resistance to uv, water, acids, alkalis, high temperature, etc. critical factors. Only in Europe in the industrial sector, the percentage consumption of MS-polymer adhesives, sealants up to 60, and in the construction industry to 75, among others materials Industrial applications such materials are very diverse – this is the production of buses, trains and subway cars, trailers and trucks and any vehicles associated with the transport of people.