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PPG Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Electrocoat
More than 100 employees from Springdale and the PPG Coatings Innovation Center attended, joined by PPG retirees who were instrumental in developing the breakthrough corrosion-protection technology.
Blog Published: 11/4/2013
Q&A: Gap Size Specifications
A reader asks Ecoat Expert Joe Tirado: Is there a standard or a design rule that specifies the minimum gap necessary for complete coating during electrocoating?
Blog Published: 5/20/2013
The Crown Group Acquired By High Road Capital Partners
Provides pre-treatment, acid-cleaning, electrocoating, powder coating, water-based spray and cavity wax coating in seven facilities in Michigan, Indiana, Tennessee, South Carolina and Iowa.
Blog Published: 5/10/2013
ECOAT14 Announces Call for Speakers
Electrocoat Association’s ECOAT14 will be April 22-24, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.
Blog Published: 3/28/2013
GM Fairfax Breaks Ground On New Paint, E-Coat Shop
450,000-square-foot, bi-level paint shop at the Fairfax Assembly and Stamping Plant in Kansas City
Blog Published: 3/25/2013
Birmingham's Max Coatings Adds Second Plant in Atlanta
New 95,000 square-foot facility adds to the 55,000 square-foot location on Industrial Parkway in Birmingham.
Blog Published: 3/15/2013
E-Coat Q&A: Gap Size Specifications
E-Coat expert Jose Tirado answers a question on whether there is a standard or a design rule that specifies the minimum gap necessary for complete coating during electrocoating?
Blog Published: 3/1/2013
ECOAT Q&A: Quoting E-Coat Costs
Q. I have a customer who wants me to quote his product line based on an average square-foot price without analysis of the parts. How can I accomplish this?
Blog Published: 9/5/2012
Rockwell Collins Gets $1M Defense Contract For Reducing Growth Of "Tin Whiskers"
See the VIDEO of how microscopic metal fibers can form on lead-free metal coatings and cause short circuits in electronics
Blog Published: 8/28/2012
New Surface Coating Evicts Biofilms For Good, Researchers Say
Team of Harvard scientists has developed a slick way to prevent the troublesome bacterial communities from ever forming on a surface.
Blog Published: 8/10/2012

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