Adhesive Equipment Trends in the Disposable Hygiene Industry

A Webinar by TASA

 

The Adhesives and Sealants Association (TASA) is conducting a

webinar on Adhesive Equipment Trends in the Disposable Hygiene

Industry in association with Nordson India Pvt. Ltd. on

22 March 2021 from 5.30-7 PM (IST).

 

Set to be delivered by Mr. Alan Ramspeck of Nordson Corporation,

U.S.A., the webinar will focus on two topics of interest to the

disposable hygiene industry: Variation Management, and

Melter Fill Automation.

 

The consequences of process variation in adhesive dispensing

systems will be presented. Though variation is inherent to all

processes, it can be minimized to reduce costs, as well as increase

product quality and production efficiency. Nordson’s pioneering use

of the Measure – Understand – Improve methodology, reveals

opportunities to deploy technology to greatly improve the

performance of production systems.

 

Melter fill automation has been a topic of keen industry interest in

recent years. It provides a means of ensuring a controlled volume of

adhesive in melt systems at all times. This allows for better

temperature and flow control, prevents contamination of the

adhesive and a safer environment. Nordson has leveraged its fill

competencies to deliver a high-performance system that, when

utilized with free-flowing adhesive, can deliver the needed flexibility

and operational reliability.

 

About Alan Ramspeck

Alan Ramspeck’s career with Nordson Corporation spans nearly 30 years, with a focus on the Disposable Absorbent Hygiene industry.  He has served in roles of increasing responsibility within design engineering, project engineering, product management, strategic marketing, and portfolio management.  Alan holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering, is the recipient of six US patents, and is a registered Professional Engineer.

 

About Nordson Corporation 

Nordson engineers, manufactures and markets differentiated products used for dispensing adhesives, coatings, sealants, biomaterials and other materials; for fluid management; for test and inspection; and for UV curing and plasma surface treatment. Nordson is headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, U.S.A., and has operations and support offices in more than 30 countries.  

 

About The Adhesives and Sealants Association

The Adhesives and Sealants Association (TASA) was formed in 2010 to cater to the needs of this industry in India. The founding members, along with many other key players in this industry, felt the need to set up an organization that would, from a neutral and not-for-profit platform, look after the larger interests of the industry. 

 

Email info@tasaindia.org to register.