DELO finished the last fiscal year (until March 31) shaped by the Covid-19 pandemic with revenues of EUR 167 million. At the end of a year of major fluctuations in demand, the company experienced growth of around two percent over the previous year's EUR 163 million. Particularly strong, double-digit revenue growth was recorded in Japan and South Korea.
DELO has launched an adhesive with exceptionally high temperature stability. DELO MONOPOX HT2999 achieves strengths of 20 MPa at 180 °C. This is four times greater than its predecessor. The product was developed primarily for the automotive industry and mechanical engineering.
DELO has introduced a structural adhesive for batteries used in hybrid vehicles. Designed for high-volume series production, DELO-DUOPOX TC8686 is thermally conductive and flame-retardant. The product is currently used in the ramp-up of an automotive supplier.
Since 2018, DELO has saved 3,200 tons of carbon dioxide with a new solution for shipping adhesives. This was achieved with shipping containers that work according to the thermos flask principle.
DELO has launched two new devices for controlling and powering LED curing lamps. The DELOLUX pilot S4i and S4T models allow the use of more powerful lamp heads in an extremely compact design.
Infotech has introduced a novel, fully automated system designed specifically for printing liquid materials and multi-material structures. Thanks to the parallel operation of several dispensing heads, different materials can be processed in one printing step. Complemented by DELO's high-performance epoxy resins, this enables the production of components with different physical property ranges.