AkzoNobel Powder Coatings has been awarded the Haworth 2011 Supplier Innovation Award for its Interpon F2010 coatings technology, which is said to offer improved color and gloss stability across many cure ranges, as well as improved hardness and scratch resistance over the previously supplied coating.
AkzoNobel Powder Coatings has acquired 100 percent of a joint venture in South Africa originally formed more than 40 years ago between Akzo Nobel Powder Coatings South Africa (Pty) Ltd. and Freeworld Coatings (through its Plascon subsidiary).
Haworth 2011 Supplier Innovation Award for developing its Interpon F2010 furniture product/technology
Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan gathers people coming from all over the world to attend one of the most important furniture-making events
The Aerocron primer from PPG’s aerospace coatings group is the first e-coat primer for airframe manufacturers and subcontractors; AkzoNobel’ Metaflex SP brand is a result of a two-year partnership between AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings and Pantheon Enterprises
AkzoNobel Powder Coatings has redesigned its Interpon Powder Coatings website (interpon.com) to include an Expertise Center with detailed information about powder coatings, technologies, materials, applications, sustainability and innovations.
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With the military increasing its use of powder-based coatings to cover vehicles, equipment and ships—the Army has recently announced that it will allow the use of powder coatings in its CARC coverings that are normally e-coated—more assets are getting the powder coating treatment than ever before, much to the joy of the powder manufacturers.
AkzoNobel Powder Coatings’ RTS Gen III ready-to-ship line of powder coatings features more than 300 Interpon products, technologies, chemistries and formulations.
AkzoNobel Powder Coatings has achieved platinum level SMaRT certification, the first powder coatings manufacturer to attain this certification, the company says.
coating protection in hygiene sensitive environments.
AkzoNobel Powder Coatings will display its RTS (Ready To Ship) Gen III line of powder coatings, featuring more than 300 Interpon products, technologies, chemistries and formulations.
AkzoNobel Powder Coatings’ Interpon A line has been used for years in place of liquid paint in the automotive industry in the United States, and it recently was used to coat the body of a passenger car in Europe for the first time.
Avanse™ is the latest innovation from the company, which offers an advanced line of waterborne acrylics, delivering the next generation of performance.
Infrared cure is gaining increased attention from coaters as a result of shorter cure cycles and the possibility of smaller floor space requirements when compared to convection oven curing. Coaters may consider IR as they try to fit new lines into limited space or in an effort to boost performance or line speed in combination with existing convection ovens. IR can also be useful with heat sensitive substrates. Although there are many different manufacturers and types of equipment available, an understanding of the basics of IR cure will help to take away some of the mystery and myth which has been associated with this cure system.
When Greenfield Products made a decision to diversify its offerings, it did so with out-of-the-box thinking, and a little help from its friends . . .
At Behlen, the installation of the same powder coating and the same powder application equipment at its three finishing facilities helped simplify its manufacturing process so that it could deliver the highest quality product to its customers . . .
Because of its formulation and chemistry, this high-yield polyester powder can get inside any Faraday cage...
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