Nordson

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Nordson
Headquarters Westlake, Ohio, USA
Website www.nordson.com

Company Profile

Located in Westlake, Ohio in the United States the company Nordson has been dispensing thermoplastic materials since 1964. Plastics manufacturers worldwide rely on Nordson technologies to melt, homogenize, filter, meter, and give shape to plastic and fluid coating materials.

Over the course of time, Nordson has brought together the best in plastics applications through a series acquisitions.

The company‘s polymer processing team leverages more than 200 years of collective corporate experience in the plastics industry to produce a full range of precision melt stream products, from screws and barrels to filtration systems, pumps, and valves for extrusion and injection molding to the dies used to create film, sheet, coatings and pelletizing systems to meet the constantly evolving needs of the polymer industry.

Nordson uniquely understands all of the components in the melt stream enabling the company to help customers by recommending ways to optimize their overall melt stream process, increase productivity, reduce costs, and enhance product quality.

Nordson has sales organizations in 30 countries and supports customers long after a sale is complete, whether it’s by providing ongoing technical services or recommending the best products to optimize the melt stream process and reduce costs.

Nordson believes that innovation is critical to supporting customers changing technology needs. The company continues to invest in research and development to offer the best solutions for the high-end processes, equipment and applications that produce plastics.

Products / Technology

  • 2K Two Component Products/Mixers
  • Accessories, Kits & Auxiliary Equipment
  • Animal Health Dosing Syringes
  • Applicators
  • Automated Optical Inspection Systems
  • Barrels
  • Biomaterial Delivery Devices
  • Bonding Equipment
  • Bondtesters
  • Bulk Material Delivery Systems
  • Catheters
  • Conformal Coating Equipment

Industries served

  • Aerospace
  • Agriculture, Lawn and Garden
  • Animal Health
  • Appliance
  • Automotive and Transportation
  • Battery
  • Chemical
  • Construction and architectural
  • Defense
  • Disposable hygiene and nonwovens
  • Electrical
  • Electronics, assembly and packaging

History

References

PETplanet Insider Articles

Issue 06 / 2020: Meeting evolving requirements
Issue 04 / 2019: Fine filtration
Issue 11 / 2018: Totally closed-loop recycling
Issue 07 / 2017: Starlinger line with Nordson Flex Disc melt filter: Bottle-to-bottle recycling results

External links

Nordson Website