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View PCI's list of Quality/Testing Equipment providers as of November 2015.

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View PCI's list of Auxilary Systems providers as of November 2015.

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View PCI's list of providers of additional processing equipment that is needed to finish your parts.

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The success of any association depends on its members’ involvement. A great place to start in getting involved with The Powder Coating Institute is to serve on a committee. It is the perfect place to have your voice heard within the industry. Where do you fit? Where can you make an impact? PCI’s committees met at our annual meeting in September. Take a look at the summaries below to see where you might fit best. Then, call us at 800-988-COAT to get started. We need you. And when our members benefit, the entire industry benefits!

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Some things just go together. Abbott and Costello, peanut butter and chocolate. In the finishing industry, the same can be said about zinc plating and powder coating.

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When products are used outdoors in all 50 states, Canada, Central America and the Caribbean, it’s important that they be powder coated tough&mda...

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Business on the powder side of Spectrum Metal Finishing’s coating line has been growing over the years. In 1993 when the shop first opened, the ...

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Throughout my career, delivering the message of powder coating technology has been a passion for me. My version of “Powder Coating 101&rdquo...

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Powder coatings are used to protect and beautify.  Formulators by their nature us mainly on film performance and durability.  It must  be part of their chemistry training.  However, the first thing the customer sees is the appearance of the product.  If the color does not meet a customer's expectations because of inconsistency of variation, then finishing operation has failed.  This article offers an overview on color control and how to troubleshoot variations.

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What do you think is the best way to degrease steel and aluminum prior to coating? I have seen various options out there, but there seem so many to choose from I was wondering what you thought was the best option? Specifically, when sand blasting is not an option due to the “coarse” surface area left. I know sand blasting can be fine, but it is still difficult to get a smooth surface.

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