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Binks Introduces New Trophy Spray Guns

11. July 2014

Finishing Brands, manufacturer of Binks industrial finishing equipment, is including two additional fluid nozzles, at no charge, in five new promotional packages of Binks Trophy manual spray guns. With the bonus nozzles, an operator will have even more flexibility in meeting spray finishing needs with the Binks Trophy series.

 

Just released, these Trophy spray gun promotional packages are available only through authorized Binks distributors for a limited time.

 

Binks Trophy Series brings a unique combination of a lightweight, ergonomic design with robust engineering for use with a wide variety of coatings in diverse applications. Trophy’s engineering generates maximum atomization efficiency producing uniform pattern distribution and excellent transfer efficiency to deliver high finish quality.

 

Key highlights include:

 

Binks Trophy Configurations:

  • Sizes – full size and touch up
  • Spray Technologies - HVLP, LVMP (Compliant), Conventional
  • Fluid Nozzles and Needle Set-ups - hardened stainless steel nozzles, tungsten carbide, plastic tip needles, and feathering needles
  • Available in pressure feed, gravity feed, and siphon feed

 

Ergonomic Features:

  • Lightweight and curved spray gun handle
  • Oversized knobs and air cap ring for easy adjustments and maintenance
  • Soft trigger pull for reduced stress and fatigue
  • Smooth trigger pull for providing no-kickback during spraying

 

Engineering Features:

  • Air caps are designed to produce uniform spray patterns and excellent transfer efficiency
  • Large stainless steel fluid passages for compatibility with industrial coatings
  • Long lasting brass inserts and seals
  • Hardened stainless steel fluid nozzles
  • Large air passages
  • Anodized forged aluminum gun body provides durability

 

 

Binks pioneered the development of liquid spray finishing technology over 100 years ago and continues to set the global standards for industrial finishing in both atomization and fluid handling. For further information about Binks industrial equipment and finishing solutions, please call customer service at 1-800-992-4657 or visit the Binks website at www.binks.com.

 

Customers involved in challenging finishing applications in particular, and the industrial marketplace overall, will benefit from Finishing Brands' advanced technology from DeVilbiss atomization, to Ransburg electrostatics, BGK curing and controls, and Binks atomization and fluid handling. 

 

Finishing Brands provides more technology, expert support and better solutions as the one source with world-wide resources and experience for industrial customers’ finishing needs.

Visit www.finishingbrands.com and select your global region for more information.


Majoy, Bell, McGuinness, Nebiolo, Ryan, Murphy and Roach Receive NASF Awards of Merit

9. July 2014

 

The National Association for Surface Finishing honored 10 of the industry’s top leaders during their 7th Annual NASF Awards Presentation on Monday June 9 at the NASF Pavilion as part of the 2014 SUR/FIN Conference.

 

The ceremony recognized each leaders’ outstanding dedication to ensuring a strong association and vibrant future for the finishing industry.

 

NASF President, Rick Delawder kicked off the ceremony with a warm welcome and thanks to all in attendance. Awards Chair, Mike Kelly, then took to the stage to present the Presidential Award, the Scientific Achievement Award, the Taormina Award and seven Awards of Merit to this year’s recipients.

 

Bill Wiggins of Automation Plating Corporation received the coveted Presidential Award for his extraordinary contributions to NASF and visionary efforts to advance the industry. In his 40+ year career, Wiggins has been an industry ambassador, held an elected office and actively serves as a member of the State Association and Board of Directors.

 

The Scientific Achievement Award was presented to Dr. Hudson Bates, Executive Director of the Nickel Producers Environmental Research Association (NiPERA). One of the world’s foremost toxicologists and an expert on nickel, nickel processes, nickel human health and environmental health, Dr. Bate’s 20+ year career has enhanced the dignity and status of the finishing industry. As recipient of this year’s Scientific Achievement Award, Dr. Bates will deliver the Blum Lecture at the 2015 SUR/FIN Conference.

 

Jim Jones of Dixie Industrial Finishing received the Taormina Award for his outstanding commitment to improving the industry. Jones expressed the importance of being an NASF member and the crucial part his participation in the organization has played in advancing his business and the industry overall.

 

In addition, seven esteemed NASF members were presented with Awards of Merit for their exceptional service of a local and/or national nature.

 

• Brad Majoy (Pavco): Well known and respected throughout the industry, Brad Majoy has greatly contributed to numerous projects at the local level in Cleveland over the past 20 years.

 

• Sam Bell (Metal Surfaces, Inc.): Sam Bell has singlehandedly educated a majority of Congress on the value of the plating process. Bell has been an NASF member and industry leader for many years.

 

• Terry McGuinness (Enviroserv): A tireless advocate for the metal finishing industry and President of the North California Chapter of NASF, McGuinness’s leadership has been instrumental in the chapter’s positive contributions.

 

• William Nebiolo (REM Chemicals): William Nebiolo has been instrumental in developing the SME Mass Finishing Training Course, including an industry-wide mass finishing textbook still in use today.

 

• Lawrence Ryan (Atotech): A troubleshooting expert in all aspects of electroplating during his 40+ year career, Lawrence Ryan is a distinguished authority in plating on plastics.

 

• Bruce Murphy (Enthone): Bruce Murphy is well known for his contributions to the development of composite and conventional electroless nickel plating baths, aluminum pre-treatment for electroless nickel and pre-treatment for steel and copper-based alloys. Murphy also developed a manual for electroless nickel electroplating.

 

• David Roach (Peninsula Metal Finishing): Recognized as an expert in anodizing technologies, David Roach has provided years of outstanding service to both the military and commercial sectors.

 

 


Asterion Video On Interpreting Hull Cell Panels

7. July 2014

 

In its second of three videos on Hull Cell Testing, Asterion reviews the interpretation of the results of a variety of plating baths.

 

Patented in 1939, by R.O. Hull, the hull cell is one of the most useful qualitative test processes available to the metal finisher. It consists of a trapezoidal box which contains an anode of the material to be processed, a hull cell panel which is inserted against the sloping side of the trapezoid. A standard 267 ml hull cell is most commonly encountered.

 

To watch the video click below. To visit the Asterion site with all its videos, please click HERE

 

 


PCx 2015 Call For Cleaning Papers

3. July 2014

 

Products Finishing is hosting the Parts Cleaning Expo (PCx) April 21-23, 2015 at the Precision Machining Technology Show in Columbus, Ohio and is accepting abstracts for the Parts Cleaning Conference.



Suggested topics include:
• Cleaning Fundamentals
• Environmental Issues
• Assessing Cleaning Quality
• Cleaning Specifications
• New Cleaning Processes and Technologies

 

Abstracts should be 200-300 words in length and must be submitted by Aug. 1, 2014. Submissions also should include a cover page with the title of the paper; author and/or speaker’s name, job title, company name, address, telephone and fax numbers; and the email address of the primary contact person. All speakers must submit a presentation for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings by March 2, 2015.

 

Abstracts may be mailed, faxed or emailed to Allison Miller, Director of Events, Gardner Publications, 6915 Valley Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45244-3029; fax, 513-527-8801; email, allison@gardnerweb.com

 


Heraeus Acquires Vulcan Catalytics Systems

1. July 2014

 

German-based Heraeus Nobelight has acquired Vulcan Catalytics Systems, a Rhode Island-based manufacturer of catalytic infrared heating equipment and powder coating ovens.

 

The acquisition of Vulcan Catalytics expands the process heating portfolio from Heraeus Noblelight to include both gas and electric heating systems for industrial applications.

 

Mike Chapman, John Martin and key personnel will remain with the company, supporting existing customer base and developing new markets.

 

“Vulcan Catalytics and Heraeus share a common goal: to consistently exceed customer expectations,” said Chapman, president of Vulcan Catalytics Systems. “Joining the Heraeus network will offer us numerous opportunities to introduce our products and expertise to new markets.”

 

Heraeus, the precious metals and technology Group headquartered in Hanau, Germany, is a global, private company. In fiscal year 2013, Heraeus achieved product revenue of $5.46 billion and precious metals trading revenue of $17.55 billion. The company has 12,500 employees in over 110 subsidiaries worldwide.

 

For more information, please visit Vulcan-mdf.com

 




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