Ellsworth Adhesives to Display the Latest in Adhesive Technologies at Strategies in Light Conference


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Ellsworth Adhesives, a global distributor of adhesives, specialty chemicals and dispensing equipment, is pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at this year’s Strategies in Light conference and trade show at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California, March 1 - 3, 2016.

Ellsworth Adhesives is displaying the latest technology of adhesives and dispensing equipment for lighting and LED applications in Booth 506. Rich Turner, Ellsworth Adhesives’ Lighting Specialist, commented, “We are very excited to be exhibiting at Strategies in Light. Our product line offers solutions for every aspect of lighting design and manufacturing, from adhesives and sealants, to conformal coatings, moldable silicones, plus the necessary application equipment.” A few of the products Ellsworth Adhesives is promoting at the show include Dow Corning’s CI-2001 and the F4200N.1 from Fisnar. CI-2001 is a flexible, white, reflective coating used in the assembly of LED lamp and luminaries to enhance the performance of aluminum/plastic reflectors. The F4200N.1 is a compact and economically priced bench top 3-axis robot, able to dispense adhesives and specialty chemicals in precise designs on a 200mm x 150mm work area.

This year, Strategies in Light is co-located with the LED Show, offering over 30 conferences, forums, keynote sessions and workshops. The conference gives insight to the most intriguing aspects of the LED and lighting industry including market reviews and forecasting, advanced technology and smart lighting.

Ellsworth Adhesives aims to fulfill specialty chemical needs, from initial technical advice through customized product fulfillment. They strive to help their customers achieve maximum productivity with lower total cost in their manufacturing processes by offering valued services and solutions, and delivering quality products from world-class suppliers.

Ellsworth Adhesives understands and appreciates the role they play as an adhesive and specialty chemical supplier. The Glue Doctor, a registered trademark of Ellsworth Adhesives, represents the technical expertise and unique capabilities of more than 50 Engineering Sales Representatives in North America, and more than 150 Engineering Sales Representatives globally, who specialize in working with customers on engineered assembly processes and implementing adhesive solutions in the manufacturing environment.

About Ellsworth Adhesives

Ellsworth Adhesives is a distributor of adhesive products and equipment and a value added supplier of adhesives, sealants, coatings, encapsulants, tapes, releases and lubricants from leading international manufacturers including 3M, Bostik, Dow Corning, Dymax, Emerson & Cuming, Fisnar, Loctite, Lord, Permabond, Techcon and many others and offers the most comprehensive level of technical expertise available. Ellsworth Adhesives operates sales offices and warehouses in the United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand and Australia. Ellsworth Adhesives can be contacted directly at 1-800-888-0698 or click here.

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