Free Webinar on Rubber Assembly Lubricants
International Products Corp.
201 Connecticut Drive
Burlington, NJ, 08016
Press release date: June 1, 2012
Burlington, New Jersey, USA: International Products Corporation (IPC) conducted a webinar on "Rubber Assembly Lubricants" and how they can help reduce costs while increasing quality and worker safety. The 30-minute webinar concludes with a question and answer session from webinar attendees. The webinar is available to download by visiting http://www.ipcol.com/webinars/assemblylubricants.
Who will benefit from viewing this webinar:
· Project Engineers
· Manufacturing Engineers
· Plant Managers
· Production and Design Engineers
· Engineering & Production Managers
· Quality & Safety Engineers
· Safety Directors
· Ergonomic Engineers
The webinar reviews the importance of selecting the proper assembly lubricant. Many industries rely heavily on natural and synthetic rubber for manufacturing purposes. The slip resistant nature of rubber makes it difficult to install, remove or manipulate. The installation of rubber components can take up considerable time on the assembly line. Improper alignment or installation may lead to a reduction in the life-cycle of the component and result in inherent safety issues. Ergonomics and worker safety are also concerns. There are many assembly applications that can benefit from reduced friction and increased safety including, but not limited to, the installation of belts, bumpers, seals, gaskets, grommets, bushings, O-rings, tires and hoses.
About International Products Corporation:
International Products Corporation manufactures specialty cleaners and temporary assembly lubricants from their ISO 9001-Certified facility in Burlington, New Jersey. IPC's line of P-80® temporary rubber lubricants allow rubber parts to slide easily into place and stay there. They were recently awarded the 2012 Frost & Sullivan North American Product Leadership Award for their line of P-80® temporary assembly lubricants.
Their on-site laboratory is equipped for analytical work and consultation on assembly and cleaning processes. IPC's products are readily available worldwide through their network of global distributors. All products are made in the U.S.A. For more information or free product samples, visit http://www.ipcol.com or call 609-386-8770.