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The EPA’s Common Sense Initiative and Its Legacy on the Finishing Industry
The Common Sense Initiative was the centerpiece of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s much-touted regulatory reinvention in 1994. Called a “bold experiment,” the EPA developed the Common Sense Initiative to address claims that its regulatory...
Closing the Cleaning Loop
To help optimize its solvent vapor degreasing process while minimizing solvent exposure in the workplace and the environment, Miba Bearings US uses Dowper SVG double-stabilized perchloroethylene in the Safecare system from Safechem North America LLC...
Army Reducing HAP and VOC Ouput
New program wins DOD award, saves $1B
Pollution Control and the Plating Industry
A metal finishing consultant looks at the present state of affairs in a dynamic, constantly changing and increasingly controversial area - pollution control in the plating industry. The social, political, economic and technological aspects of the p...
Ovens: Into the Fire
Products Finishing magazine decided to tag along with an inspector as he crawled his way through a 29-year-old e-coat cure oven to show specific examples on how to improve the its performance.
Into the Fire
We tag along as an inspector he crawled his way through a 29-year-old e-coat cure oven to show specific examples on how to improve the its performance.
Pretreatment over Pretreatment
Question: We are considering forming an assembly and then painting it rather than painting the individual parts before assembling.
Loop ’d Loop
Amusement park ride or industrial process?
Cast Iron Surface Preparation
Question: We are a small manufacturer of air compressor pumps.
Stripping Paint Fixtures and Racks
Question: Can someone hook me up with a company that can strip paint from paint fixtures or racks from my paint shop?