CAPTURING THE METAL FINISHING MARKET The notion of powder coating was first conceived in the 1950s by the German scientist Erwin Gemmer.
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PC stands for Powder Coating
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Date: Thursday, April 19, 2012 ) Jotun Powder Coatings, a leading producer of powder coatings, has globally launched a new eco-friendly premium MDF (medium density fibreboard) powder coating solution.
of warehouse space, opening room for an in-house custom powder coating line.
He gives the historical background to the introduction of powder coatings along with the current market situation, and then describes current practice in thermoplastic powder coatings (including PVC, PVDF, polyolefinic, nylon and polyester coatings), the wide variety of thermosetting powder coatings, the parameters influencing powder coating properties, the technology of the production of powder coatings, powder coating application techniques and future developments in the market and the technology.
Powder coating has been used with great success in the metal finishing industry for decades.
Switching to a powder coating system requires a complete tear-out of existing spray systems, and their replacement with a dedicated powder-coat line, It's a cost that, not surprisingly, automakers aren't ready to take, especially when their intransigence has forced coating suppliers to improve their existing products and adapt new technologies to old spray methods.
The Dow Chemical Company offers epoxy resins for powder coating applications.
The plan provides for the exchange of Akzo's engineering plastics units to DSM and DSM's powder coatings activities to Akzo, effective January 1, 1992.