Powder Coating Materials

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Powder coatings, by their nature, possess rather good corrosion resistance. This is due to robust polymers, careful attention to metal cleaning and preparation, and in general, thicker coating films...

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It was June 23, 2016 when discussion ensued at the PCI Board of Directors meeting about ways to grow the association’s scholarship program and better engage the next generation of powder coating professionals.

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One only has to sit in the back of any FABTECH crowd or conference seminar room to view the sea of aged heads. Ours seems to be an aging community of...

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There are many types of education—teacher to students, online courses, on-the- job, and more. One program that has been running for two years now is delivering significant educational opportunities for participants.

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As this most unusual and unexpected year winds down, we thought it would be valuable to see how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the powder coating community and take a peek at what the future may hold. 

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It likely will be years before we fully understand all the ways our world changed because of COVID-19 and the concurrent domestic upheaval, virtual schooling, cancellations, shuttered businesses, lost jobs, lost lives; the dire impacts are heartbreaking and unfathomable.

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In a broad sense, coatings provide two distinct properties: the protection of an article and the aesthetics that conform to a desired color, gloss, and surface characteristic. This issue’s Technology Interchange will introduce you to the color matching process of creating a powder coating.

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In 1951, Joe Kinnear and his son Peter combined ingeniously designed slotted steel angles with matching clamping plates to form an extremely stable and versatile configurable shelving system. They founded “The Handy Angle Company,” which since 1966 has operated under the Link 51 brand name.

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Businesses naturally change over time, depending on many internal and external factors. Those that embark on growth and expansion projects take calculated risks and manage the expected (and unexpected) through the process.

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For the better part of a year, a light line drawing of a powder coating system was on display in the office of Dave Larsen, president and CEO of Larsen Manufacturing. Not one to rush into a new venture, the drawing served as a subtle reminder for Dave to assess, and reassess, bringing the process in-house.

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