System for hot air spray coating

System for hot air spray coating

Powder Coating a of Fasteners A method for electrostatic ing fasteners magnetically powder coat- suspended from which comprises face of an ...

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Powder Coating

a

of Fasteners

A method for electrostatic ing fasteners

magnetically

powder

coat-

suspended

from

which

comprises

face of an insulating light-sensitive ing 40-80 merized 2040

high

ing at least two polymerizable bonds

polymerizable

initiator

of active

pattern

resin composition

in the

ron;

layer

hav-

sub-

of

compound

An apparatus for detecting

of its

surface defects moving

a me-

pickup

alloy

zirconium

or titanium

A

irradiation

paint

primer,

of active

light and developing

with a semi-

thinned

and

aqueous

developing

and forming

rusted metal

is

or

tative

of zir-

which

be

any

of

image

up and process-

of the surface defect

of the workdata represen-

the surface

means for finishing

compound.

can

means for picking

of

speed along an

line comprising

piece so as to provide

defects

and

the surface defects.

System for Hot Air Spray Coating

Paint Primer

effectively

finishing

ing an image

and finishing

in a surface of a workpiece

at a predetermined

automatic

U.S. Patent 5476,890. Dec. 19, 199.5 A. Heiss, Jersey City N.J.

light-sensitive

solution;

comprised

of a vi-

copolymer

U.S. Patent5,477,268. Dec. 19, 1995 Y. Shimbara et al., assignors to Mazda Motor Corp., Hiroshima, Japan

percent bo-

and a top layer comprised

chloride-vinylchloride

Apparatus for Detecting Finishing Defects

substantially

weight

an aqueous

suspension

and an alkyd resin.

resist.

nickel-tungsten-boron

Water-Thinnable

free rad-

of

comprising

or aqueous

nylidene

the

simulating

of nickel;

comprised

a layer

conium

coating

a layer

at least 0.05

titanium;

light; forming

by imagewise

a metallic a portion

of topcoats,

emulsion

Simulating

comprising

multilayer

amorphous

and a photo-

generating

a

containing

unsaturated

in a molecule;

icals by irradiation a negative

tallic

binder;

of a compound

on

on at least

brass comprising

compris-

weight

Coating

article

surface

of a vinyl-poly-

molecular

parts by weight

double

An

substrate a layer of a

parts by weight

composition

variety

platin the

of the substrate as a plating

strate having

on a sur-

resin composition

copper

pattern

U.S. Patent 5,476,724. Dec. 79, 1995 S. R. Moysan and R. W. Sugg, assignors to Baldwin Hardware Corp., Reading, Pa.

a printed circuit forming

the negative resin

Multilayer Brass

U.S. Patent 5,476,690. Dec. 19, 1995 E Ohta et al., assignors to Hitachi Chemical Co. Ltd., Tokyo

board,

using

surface

Board

A process for preparing

by

light-sensitive

a conveyor.

Printed Circuit

circuit pattern by electroless

ing

U.S. Patent 5,476,689. Dec. 19, 1995 J. W. Stone et al., assignors to ///iflois Tool Works Inc.. Glenview, 111.

U.S. Patent 5,478,014. Dec. 26, i995 J.E. Hynds, Farmington Hills, Mich.

water

adherent

A method

to

article

and other substrates and to a

for hot air spray

with a coating

material

coating

an

including

a

MOBILE PAINTING STATION (Finish The Job Anywhere)

Yes, the Mobile ing or touch-up

Painting

Station or MPS, enables refinishjobs to be done anywhere in your plant.

Five stage filtering system including 90 pounds of activated carbon, controls particulate and paint fumes within the transparent enclosure. For a cleaner, healthier, more productive workplace, the MPS to where it’s needed and finish the job.

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base, the method comprising supplying hot air to an atomizing device having a spray head; supplying the coating material to the atomizing device; thermally insulating the hot air from the coating material in the atomizing device to prevent polymerization of the coating material; and utilizing the hot air entering the atomizing device to atomize the coating material.

ing a pH in the range of 2-4.5, and the amount of aluminum in solution being less than necessary to equilibrate the solution with respect to addition of the aluminum particles, the composition being substantially free of chromate and molybdate, and being substantially unreactive with respect to the aluminum powder.

Reflective Spray Gun U.S. Patenf 5,478,017.Dec. 26, 1995 M.J. Kosmyna et a/., assignors to Ffansburg Corp., Indianapolis

A hand-held paint spray gun with topmounted paint cup.

Phosphate Coating Composition U.S. Patent 5,478,413.Dec. 26, 1995 ME Mosser and K.B. Eddinger, assignors to Sermafech International Inc., Limerick, Pa.

An aqueous phosphoric acid coating composition, which comprises a source of magnesium and a source of aluminum ions, and aluminum particles, the solution hav-

Aluminum

Electrodeposition: The Materials Science of Coatings and Substrates bJ.K Dini 376pages $78.00 The first comprehensive book on materials science and its relationship to electrodeposition and other coating technologies. Topics covered include hydrogen embrittlement, adhesion, diffusion, porosity, stress, additives, corrosion and wear.

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U.S. Patent 5,478,414. Dec. 26, 1995 EA. Mozelewski et al, assignors fo Aluminum of America, Pittsburgh

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A process for coating at least one surface of an aluminum alloy sheet with a conversion coating and a fluoropolymer coating, comprising chrome conversion coating a cleaned surface of the aluminum alloy sheet to generate a tightly adherent film of a metal compound in the range of from 3-20 ,mg/ft2 and a thickness less than about 4000A in a bath at a temperature in the range from 60-lOO”F, rinsing and drying, to leave a dry reflective surface; and contacting the dry reflective surface with a fluoropolymer and curing to bond the fluoropolymer to the surface.

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