Trans-ACC: Navigating Metal Finishing a Comparative Study on Powder Coating and Wet Paint

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As outlined in the article “Powder Coating vs Wet Paint” by Reliance Foundry, the realm of surface finishing is of utmost importance when dealing with reactive metals like ductile iron and carbon steel. The battle against rust, which forms due to the reaction between iron and oxygen, necessitates effective protection through surface coatings. Beyond mere […]

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Navigating Coating Choices: Trans-ACC’s Insight into Powder and Liquid Coatings

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As explored in the article “The pros and cons of powder and liquid coatings” by Fleet Equipment Magazine, both powder and liquid coatings present unique advantages and disadvantages in the world of surface finishing. When it comes to powder coatings, one significant benefit lies in their lower Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content compared to many […]

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Trans-ACC: Unveils the Basics of Powder Coating

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As explained by Adventure Play Systems’ Powder Coating 101: Powder coating is a versatile dry powder used to coat metals, offering an excellent alternative to traditional liquid paints. Unlike liquid paint, it is applied electrostatically and then cured under heat. This method finds extensive use in metal finishing for various applications such as vehicle parts, […]

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Trans-ACC: Revolutionizes Powder Coating for Non-Conductive Substrates

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As reported by pfonline’s Article on “Powder Coating Non-Conductive Substrates,”. The innovative IFS PureClad Powder and advanced application and cure systems provide coaters of all sizes with an efficient and effective operational solution. Whether handling a few cabinets a week or mass-producing thousands, both coaters and end-use customers can benefit from the advantages of powder-coated […]

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HTE Powder Coatings Take Coverage to the Next Level

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One of the most notable appeals of powder coating is that it generates less waste due to a high material utilization rate. First, unlike liquid paint which is always a spray-to-waste process, powder overspray can be reclaimed and recycled, depending on the capabilities of the coater, the number of colors utilized, the absence of contaminants […]

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Benefits and Limitations of Powder Coating

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Powder coating is a dry finishing process in which free-flowing, thermoplastic or thermoset powder material, rather than a liquid suspension, is applied to a surface, melted, and then allowed to dry and harden into a protective coating. Typically, the powder is applied via electrostatic spray deposition (ESD) to an electrically grounded metal substrate. Once the […]

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Powder Coating Bonderized Steel

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Bonderized steel consists of hot dipped galvanized steel (G90 grade) that is pretreated with a phosphate followed by a chromate sealer and dried off in an oven. The process produces a dull, gray-colored finish. Bonderized is commonly referred to as “Paint Grip.” This product is commonly used for roofing, wall panels, and coil. As for […]

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Powder Coating Non-Conductive Substrates

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Much work has been done on formulations for wood and MDF, but other substrates such as fiberglass, drywall and many others are also viable options. A variety of applications Manufacturers of kitchen cabinetry, commercial casework, hospitality furniture, pre-finished sheet goods and office furniture manufacturers are extremely excited about the potential these low cure powder coatings […]

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CARC Paint Storage is Different than Every Day Paint Protection

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Military vehicles, equipment, ships and aircraft are all exposed to extreme conditions. For the U.S. Armed Forces, only military grade paints that meet stringent military standards are suitable for these conditions. Chemical Agent Resistant Coatings (CARC) are well-known military grade paints. Products meeting this specification resist the penetration of chemical agents and require special storage. […]

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Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC)

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1. BACKGROUND. CARC is a coating system that provides surfaces that are easily and effectively decontaminated after exposure to liquid chemical agents. There are three types of coatings in the CARC system: an epoxy polyamide primer, an aliphatic polyurethane paint (PUP), and epoxy polyamide enamel. Each of the coatings is supplied as a two-component system. […]

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