Bonding Sealing and Coating : anapproach for a sustainable vehicleconstructionHumbert VidalTechnical Customer Service Mana...
Content1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and lightweighting3. Modern paint shop sealing & coating technologie...
Content1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and lightweighting3. Modern paint shop sealing & coating technologie...
Global Development DriversImprove Fuel EfficiencyIncreased Regulation             Fuel Cost                           Envi...
Global Development DriversFuel Costs                                  Brent Crude: was up to $115 / barrel                ...
Global Development DriversEnvironmental Concern• Growth in urban centers                                          1950   2...
Content1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and lightweighting3. Modern paint shop sealing & coating technologie...
Henkel Strategy for SustainabilityFive Focal Areas                                      Henkel Sustainability Report 2010 ...
The Value of Weight Reduction for SustainabilityComparable Absorption of CO2                                  According to...
Contents1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and Lightweigthing3. Modern paint shop technologiesSlide 10   Euroc...
Sustainability and LightweightingTransfer into Modern Paint Shops  Sustainability                        Light-           ...
Paint Shop Plastisols with Reduced DensityMaterial Concepts           1.6 g/cm3           1.4 g/cm3   1.2 g/cm3        1.0...
Paint Shop Plastisols with Reduced DensityProduct PortfolioTerotex 3145:                      1.3 g/cm3Terotex 3160-60:   ...
Greener Paint Shop PlastisolsDevelopment Drivers Targets: • Higher quality of car interior       atmosphere (e.g. ToxProof...
Greener Paint Shop PlastisolsTechnical Status  • Screening greener raw materials       completed with following benefits  ...
LASD Coatings with Higher EfficiencyTechnical Background                                   Key criteria for LASD applicati...
LASD Coatings with Higher EfficiencyHenkel Product Portfolio                                   Sustainable extension of He...
LASD Coatings with Higher EfficiencyHigh performance acrylic systems• Acoustic Performance    • High acoustic efficiency p...
Technology Transfer Bus & Truck to CarsSystems for low temperature paint shops                                      Sustai...
Technology Transfer Bus & Truck to CarsSystems for low temperature paint shopsIsocyanate-free technology in use for headla...
Enabling Technologies for FRP StructuresSealants for modern lightweight concepts                                 Source: M...
SummaryTighter regulations, fuel availability and costs aswell as increasing public awareness for theprotection of the env...
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Humbert Vidal - Bonding Sealing and Coating : an approach for a sustainable vehicle construction

  1. 1. Bonding Sealing and Coating : anapproach for a sustainable vehicleconstructionHumbert VidalTechnical Customer Service Manager EuropeEurocarBarcelona , November 2011
  2. 2. Content1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and lightweighting3. Modern paint shop sealing & coating technologiesSlide 2 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  3. 3. Content1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and lightweighting3. Modern paint shop sealing & coating technologiesSlide 3 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  4. 4. Global Development DriversImprove Fuel EfficiencyIncreased Regulation Fuel Cost Environmental Concern • US set to increase CAFE • Near historic per barrel high • Growth of urban centers (Corporate Average Fuel • Difficulty renewing supply • Increased auto production Economy) to 35 mpg by 2016 • Peak uncertainty • Rise in CO2 emissions • Euro CO2 emission targets 120 g/km from 2012 to 2015 • Japan plans fuel efficiency increase for 2015Slide 4 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  5. 5. Global Development DriversFuel Costs Brent Crude: was up to $115 / barrel • +35 % from 1 year ago • at a 2½ year high on reports of fighting near Libyan oil fields ‘Exxon Mobil Struggles to Find Oil’ – The Wall Street Journal • replaced only 95 barrels for every 100 it has pumped in the last decade Uncertainty • in supply chain • in production, did it peak in 2005?Slide 5 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  6. 6. Global Development DriversEnvironmental Concern• Growth in urban centers 1950 2008 Population in urban areas 30 % 50 % Cities of more than 1,000,000 83 400• Increased use of automobiles • Production up 58 % from 1990 • Record volumes predicted for 2011• Rise in CO2 production • > 40 % increase since 1990Slide 6 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  7. 7. Content1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and lightweighting3. Modern paint shop sealing & coating technologiesSlide 7 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  8. 8. Henkel Strategy for SustainabilityFive Focal Areas Henkel Sustainability Report 2010 Energy consumption – 21 % Water consumption – 26 % Waste footprint – 24 % Occupational accidents – 29 % External recognition includes 5th time in a row „sector leader“ Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI Europe)Slide 8 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  9. 9. The Value of Weight Reduction for SustainabilityComparable Absorption of CO2 According to The Conservation Fund, an acre of trees containing 302 trees, will sequester 361 tons of CO2 over its lifetime of 100 years • Each tree sequesters roughly 11 kg of CO2 per year • Reducing vehicle mass 5 kg is equivalent to planting 1 tree (20.000 km / year, - 5.5 % fuel consumption @ - 10 % weight reduction)Slide 9 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  10. 10. Contents1. Global development drivers2. Sustainability and Lightweigthing3. Modern paint shop technologiesSlide 10 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  11. 11. Sustainability and LightweightingTransfer into Modern Paint Shops Sustainability Light- weighting • Ultra-light seam sealants • Greener paint shop plastisols light function cracking integration • LASD coatings with higher efficiency greener raw do more materials with less: • Sealants and coatings for low temperature paint shops demateriali- energy zation • Adhesives and sealants for efficiency light weight hybrid car bodies with CFRPSlide 11 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  12. 12. Paint Shop Plastisols with Reduced DensityMaterial Concepts 1.6 g/cm3 1.4 g/cm3 1.2 g/cm3 1.0 g/cm3 0,8 g/cm3 high standard low ultra low density density density density Lightweighting through density reduction - 2.5 kg / carSlide 12 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  13. 13. Paint Shop Plastisols with Reduced DensityProduct PortfolioTerotex 3145: 1.3 g/cm3Terotex 3160-60: 1.2 g/cm3Terolan 3065: 1.05 g/cm3New: Terolan 6078• Density 0.85 g/cm3• Tensile 1.7 MPa• Elongation 180 %• Appearance good paintability• Application Flat stream (picture: Technology Center Heidelberg)Slide 13 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  14. 14. Greener Paint Shop PlastisolsDevelopment Drivers Targets: • Higher quality of car interior atmosphere (e.g. ToxProof requirements) • Reduction of fogging and VOC values (VDA 278) • Lower risks for future safety label requirements • Use of raw materials from light cracking as well as renewable sourcesSlide 14 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  15. 15. Greener Paint Shop PlastisolsTechnical Status • Screening greener raw materials completed with following benefits - lower gelation temperatures - improved adhesion on e-coat - higher abrasion resistance - good paintability • VOC: ca. 33% lower compared to standard PVC-plastisols • Costs: slightly higher raw material costs • Status: in approval testing with first OEMSlide 15 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  16. 16. LASD Coatings with Higher EfficiencyTechnical Background Key criteria for LASD application: • Weight reduction: 20 - 25 % (vs. melt pads – based on same acoustic performance) • Automatic application • Reduced shop complexity • Constant material propertiesSlide 16 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  17. 17. LASD Coatings with Higher EfficiencyHenkel Product Portfolio Sustainable extension of Henkel’s product portfolio for LASD applications: • 100 % Systems: Rubber LASD Terophon 8271, 8273, 8275 Terophon 1161, 6142 (body shop) • High Efficiency Acrylate LASD Terophon 7150, 7151 W NESlide 17 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  18. 18. LASD Coatings with Higher EfficiencyHigh performance acrylic systems• Acoustic Performance • High acoustic efficiency per area weight – broad damping curve • Innovative latex technology: special microstructure for high damping effects• High quality & appearance of applied materials• Constant process, comfortable application & less abrasion Temperatur - °C 1,000 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 EM Verlustfaktor d 0,100 0,010 Trockendichte: 0,90 - 1,0 g/cm³ Flächengewicht: 3,0 kg/m² 0,001 Produkt- A Produkt- B Produkt- CSlide 18 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  19. 19. Technology Transfer Bus & Truck to CarsSystems for low temperature paint shops Sustainable product portfolio extension Epoxy PVC Adhesives PU with new non-hazardousPlastisols Sealants 1 K - or 2 K - SMP sealants & coatings Acrylic Rubber Coatings Coatings Flextec®Slide 19 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  20. 20. Technology Transfer Bus & Truck to CarsSystems for low temperature paint shopsIsocyanate-free technology in use for headlamp bonding andsealing in bus and truck industryTerostat 9320 UBC:approval project with bus industry replacingwater-based UBC for oven-free paint linesIndustry drivers:• „clean paint shop“ concepts• oven-less processesSlide 20 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  21. 21. Enabling Technologies for FRP StructuresSealants for modern lightweight concepts Source: McLaren Source: VW Source: BMW• Low temperature curing technologies for sealants and adhesives and/or Warm Cure Dual Cure Technology 80°C Technology 80°C RTSlide 21 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
  22. 22. SummaryTighter regulations, fuel availability and costs aswell as increasing public awareness for theprotection of the environment will lead to higherdemand of sustainable solutions for paint shops.Henkel offers a broad portfolio of sustainablepaint shop solutions and strongly extends intogreener raw material concepts and ultra-lightweight high efficiency systems.Future focus will be directed into solutions forsubstrate mix design with FRPs and for lowtemperature or ovenless paint lines.Slide 22 Eurocar November 2011 Humbert Vidal
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