Welcome to the Krückemeyer GmbH blog. You can find application examples and new products from the world of adhesives and abrasives here. We have helped many customers over time with creative product solutions in their specific tasks, making their processes and products more efficient in the long term. Many interesting and unconventional innovations and stories await you here, so prepare to be inspired!
A brief overview of PE, PU (PUR) & EPDM foamsMore Information
Creative production capabilities for your individual application problemsMore Information
We have the capability to apply a range of adhesives to RFID labels for any applicationsMore Information
RK 679 – Innovative surface protection for custom abrasion of stainless steelMore Information
Tape with only one layer in your desired shape. Metal components used in valve construction usually have to be painted and sandblasted in advance.
The new paper abrasive Iridium as well as the film abrasive Novastar from Mirka® are characterized by a multitude of special features.
The abrasive belts with 3M's precision-formed ceramic grain are now on the market for one year. Application specialist David Schwarze presents two success stories.
A new article in the magazine K&E Konstruktion & Entwicklung 10/2018 about self-adhesive foams in the construction industry.
The new all-over coated long-term abrasive VSM ILUMERON applied on a robust fabric surface achieves particularly high gloss values when processing stainless steel, superalloys and unalloyed steel by creating a uniform grinding pattern and constant stock removal.
In addition to a large number of different foam qualities, it is now also possible to offer adhesive systemss tailored to individual requirements.
Creative production capabilities for your individual application problems
We can offer you many customer specific product solutions in the areas of adhesive tape, self-adhesive die-cut parts, abrasives and product...
We have the capability to apply a range of adhesives to RFID labels for any applications
Logistical systems are becoming increasingly complex and difficult to operate due to global networks and process chains that require flexibility and...