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Adhesive vs. Welds

Rudolph Bros & Co has been helping customers achieve great results with various adhesive systems. Through our partnership with Lord Corporation, we have access to a truly amazing line of adhesive products. If you are currently welding metal, contact us to have a consultation to see if using an adhesive would be a better option. [...]

By | January 7th, 2015|How To, product|Comments Off on Adhesive vs. Welds

Congratulations to Dow Automotive!

Rudolph Brothers would like to congratulate the team at Dow Automotive on being presented with a R&D 100 award from R&D Magazine. Below is a Press Release from Dow Automotive: 2014 R&D 100 Award Presented to BETAMATE™ Structural Adhesive  AUBURN HILLS, MI - July 15, 2014 R&D Magazine has recognized BETAMATE™ 1630 structural adhesive from [...]

By | November 3rd, 2014|RBC News|Comments Off on Congratulations to Dow Automotive!

Head and Humidity Resistant Cyanoacrylate

Finally, Heat and Humidity Resistance from a Cyanoacrylate!   The Aron Alpha 922H2 and 903TX cyanoacrylate adhesives can handle temperature extremes and moisture like no other glue on the market today.   These adhesives produce strong bonds between metals, plastics and elastomers that are used in the harshest of conditions. They are also suitable in about any manufacturing environment. [...]

By | October 17th, 2014|RBC News|Comments Off on Head and Humidity Resistant Cyanoacrylate

Join RBC at CAMX 2014 in Booth 1772

Rudolph Bros. & Company is one of the largest and oldest distributors for Henkel Aerospace. Lines include Frekote Mold Releases, Hysol Aerospace Adhesives, Alodine Conversion Coatings and Turco Surface Treatments. Distributed from our main warehouse located near Columbus, Ohio we maintain inventories of all products in a temperature controlled environment. Rudolph Bros. & Company has [...]

By | October 10th, 2014|RBC News|Comments Off on Join RBC at CAMX 2014 in Booth 1772

Henkel Fore a Cause

Rudolph Brothers is a proud sponsor of Henkel Fore a Cause. This annual Henkel event supports the Cornerstone Schools of the greater Detroit, MI area. Read more about it here and consider supporting the Cornerstone Schools: Henkel For a Cause                

By | August 11th, 2014|RBC News|Comments Off on Henkel Fore a Cause

RAPID 2014!

Join RBC in Booth 1430 from June 9-12. We will be showcasing products for the Rapid Prototype and Model Making Industries.      

By | June 10th, 2014|Events, RBC News|Comments Off on RAPID 2014!

Dispensing Equipment

Dispensing Equipment from Rudolph Bros In addition to selling epoxy, urethane, silicone, and acrylic materials, Rudolph Bros can assist you with selecting the equipment to meter, mix, and dispense them. We have options for dispensing everything from single component materials to one/two/three part systems in nearly any range of viscosities. Our equipment ranges from a [...]

By | June 2nd, 2014|RBC News|Comments Off on Dispensing Equipment

One Polyurethane System for your Entire Operation

In partnership with Crosslink Technology Inc, Rudolph Brothers is excited to introduce a Variable Hardness Polyurethane system, Triathane. The system eliminates the necessity of stocking, ordering, and tracking the various urethane products required to process urethane parts. So, instead of stocking a different urethane product for each hardness, our product can produce a wide range [...]

By | May 28th, 2014|RBC News|Comments Off on One Polyurethane System for your Entire Operation

Using Polyurethanes in Medical Device Applications

From our supply partner, Hapco, here is some great information on Polyurethanes in the Medical Device industry. What are the advantages of using polyurethanes in this industry? The high strength and ease of processing of polyurethane elastomers makes them the material of choice for soft durometer applications, such as, instrument grips, gaskets, seals, implants, etc. [...]

By | April 16th, 2014|RBC News|Comments Off on Using Polyurethanes in Medical Device Applications