New Henkel online seminar
Webinar “Material for Aircraft Interior Applications“
Materials must be processed easily due to the high volume of interior parts manufactured. Flammability requirements are becoming more stringent and composite materials are being used in more structural applications, both of which present increased demands on the materials being used. Henkel will be holding a webinar on “Material for Aircraft Interior Applications” on November 5th, 2014 at 08:00 PM (CET). Annika Blom and David Leach will introduce participants to composites and assembly solutions for aircraft interior applications.
The purpose of the live webinars is to shed light on important issues surrounding the aerospace industry. They allow participants to gain further knowledge and interactively deepen their personal expertise on innovative solutions in a very convenient way. The free webinars allow to communicate directly with Henkel experts.
• Aircraft interior applications
• Performance requirements
• Material solutions for construction and assembly of interior components
Webinar Online Time:
UTC: 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
PDT: 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
EDT: 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
CET: 08:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Replay will be available after the webinar, under the same link above.
Annika Blom, Global Product Manager Aerospace, joined Henkel in Germany in 2007 and the aerospace division in California in 2010. She has worked in engineering positions as project manager and in manufacturing before she took on her current role as product manager responsible for the Henkel Aerospace structural adhesives and composites product lines. She holds a degree in mechanical engineering from RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
David Leach, Global Composites Segment Manager Aerospace, Henkel, has over 25-years experience in composite materials for aerospace applications. He has worked in a variety of roles including research and development, technical support and marketing. His experience includes the development and use of composite materials for a wide range of aerospace applications including aircraft structures, interiors and satellites. His materials experience includes carbon and glass fiber reinforced composites with epoxy, phenolic, cyanate ester and thermoplastic matrices. He received BSc in physics from Imperial College, London, and is a Chartered Scientist in the UK.