Join Henkel's Web-Seminar Featuring Autodeposition Coatings for Steel: How to Increase Sustainability and Decrease Complexity

Learn how Henkel is enabling efficiency and quality in the processing of steel parts.

Tuesday, May 18 at 11 a.m. EDT

Corrosion poses a serious threat to the protection and performance of complex steel parts. Autodeposition coatings are an innovative solution for reducing, minimizing or eliminating corrosion. 

The web seminar will review the different coating processes contributing to sustainable processes and quality performance of steel components for multiple industry applications, by offering:

  • Reduced process footprint
  • Superior corrosion protection
  • Complete inside-out coverage
  • Optimal paint adhesion
  • Flexibility: Stand-alone or with a powder
  • Coloring options

Register to attend and learn about technology advancements enabling sustainability, process efficiency and quality parts.

Presented by:                

Andrew Bias
Global Specifications Market Application Engineer              

Andrew Bias has a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Detroit Mercy in Chemical Engineering. He has worked for Henkel as a Global Specification Application Engineer for Surface Treatment for the past six years for the General Industry’s Division of Henkel. Before that he spent six years as a Project Manager for a chemical supplier that is a tier one supplier to Ford.


Mark Ziehm
Snr. Technical Manager, General Industry   

With 22 years of experience spanning the transportation, durable goods, and heavy equipment markets, Mark brings a diverse industry perspective to today’s industrial challenges.  Today, Mark represents Henkel in aligning and executing the global growth and development of the BONDERITE® branded technologies of metal pretreatments, cleaners, and coatings.