Pretreatment & Surface Prep

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Rich Saddler with Industrial Finishing Solutions LLC explains the differences between convection, infrared, and ultraviolet curing processes, uses for the technologies, and which may be most appropriate for your needs.

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There are many more considerations than floorspace when it comes to choosing cure oven sizes. With the help of Alwyn Moody with United Finishing Systems and Geoff Raifsnider with Global Finishing Solutions...

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There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing the best pretreatment conversion coating for your specific application and process. The application system, substrate or substrates to be pretreated, and specifications for the final product all impact this decision. Let’s take a closer look at the benefits and challenges of various conversion coatings.

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In a world that strives to be sustainable and brings beauty and color into our lives, it is not always easy to ensure the two desires are aligned. Historically, designers and manufacturers have had to make compromises, sacrificing one for the other. Today, however, things are different.

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In our professional and personal lives, we're used to hearing about trends. It's a staple term in fashion and business, and now it's taking over the TikTok sphere. Whether we're talking about denim, consumer analytics, or the latest dance craze, the word is bound to arise.

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Patina powder coating is a type of application revolutionizing a new genre of exotic finishes. Like traditional patinated processes, it gives metal surfaces a weathered, aged appearance, such as a rust brown or the greenish-blue color of oxidized copper, but without all the traditional headaches of achieving them.

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The powder coating of nonconductive parts is still an extremely undeveloped market. If a system is developed for the coating of nonconductive substrates, the costs of powder coating can be drastically cut, making the coating process more environmentally friendly.

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By 2012, Gateway Extrusions had expanded its market reach well beyond its parent window company, adding major customers in architectural products such as fences, railings, lighting, storage systems, and solar panel rack systems, as well as other window manufacturers.

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While powder coating for aluminum windows, doors, and skylights has been an option since the late 1940s and early 1950s, the fenestration industry has only had material specifications for the last 60 years or so.

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In 1936, Louis Skidmore and Nathaniel Owings began their architecture journey in a small Chicago office. Joined by their engineer friend John Merrill in 1939, the firm, dubbed SOM, would become a global influence designing the first glass and steel office building in New York City

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