Kolene Corp., founded in downtown Detroit in 1939 by John Shoemaker, celebrates its 75th anniversary in March 2014.
Kolene Corporation was founded in downtown Detroit in 1939 by John Shoemaker, and celebrates its 75th anniversary in March 2014.
The Kontinuous paint stripping system from Kolene Corp. is designed to deliver 100 percent stripped racks every pass, at normal line speeds.
Houston Plating & Coatings and CEO Bill Howard are reaping the boom in oil and gas industry by running at capacity in its Houston plant, expanding capacity at its Humble plant by 50 percent, and building a new, 80,000-sq-ft plant in Louisiana that will cost $9 million and employ 120 workers when completed later this year.
Kolene’s Kontinuous inline/online paint stripping systems are designed to remove cured coating buildups.
Recover is a sustainable paint stripping process designed to provide consistent etch-free performance even with the most delicate components.
Atotech (Rock Hill, SC) will assume worldwide sales and distribution responsibilities for Kolene Corp.'s Recover product line.
Military components pose unique cleaning, stripping challenges
Kolene will present its in-line, on-line stripping systems designed to provide liquid and powder coating lines with optimum rack cleanliness.
In dozens of installations worldwide, the Nu-Tride molten salt bath process (ferritic nitrocarburizing) is enhancing the engineering properties and mechanical performance of ferrous metal components.
Kolene Corporation will feature the Kontinuous In-Line Paint Stripping System, which is designed to remove 100% of any organic finish, including polyesters, epoxies, hybrids and fluorinated polymers, in a single pass, regardless of coating buildup in a matter of seconds.
Automotive OEM’s are continually looking to their suppliers for new and innovative ways to reduce costs on parts and components without sacrificing quality. The call for cost reductions, improvements and measurable contributions to the bottom line is a way of life in the manufacturing world.
Brochure features the RECOVER, a pourable, pumpable liquid.
Brochure features the Recover® processes, which are organic fluids which operate from about 250°F - 350°F and can be used on ferrous alloys (including galvanized steels), pot metals, aluminum, and select non-metallic substrates.
CD-ROM features the Recover® processes, which operate from ambient temperature to about 300°F and are said to offer superior cleaning and removal characteristinc on a range of surfaces and coatings.
The company— long known for molten salt paint stripping systems for hooks and racks — has expanded its process capabilities with a new family of products.
Brochure describes the new low-temperature system that strips paint, carbon deposits and other ogranic deposits from ferrous, non-ferrous and select non-metallic substrates.
Setting the world of parts cleaning ablaze with speed and quality...
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12890 Westwood St.
Detroit, MI 48223 US