Online support and CPD for users of threadlocking adhesives

Business could not be further from normal right now but Henkel has a long-established online network for its customers to access support and instruction to ensure the wheels of industry keep turning. Take Loctite threadlocking, for example: there are now multiple ways for customers to learn more about the technology.

The first port of call is Henkel's new website on the subject - - which is packed with application information including a downloadable user guide, and videos on topics such as why assemblies fail and how to disassemble threadlocked assemblies. There are also videos of how various industrial sectors have benefited from adhesive threadlocking technology.

Henkel's sales engineers continue to provide on-line consultations and demonstrations; follow the link to request this support. This link also gives customers access to webinars on threadlocking and other engineering adhesive technologies.

Within the LinkedIn environment the Henkel team is offering free online consultations to help customers reinforce their maintenance and repair processes. Anyone interested in such support is invited to contact the team at and Henkel will then connect them with an expert.

Henkel has also added, part of LinkedIn learning, to its own CPD measures to ensure its technical support teams are kept fully up-to-date on the latest developments that can benefit customers.

For more information go to

Henkel Ltd

Wood Lane End
Hemel Hempstead

+44 (0)1442 278000

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