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How To Get Smooth Liquid Coatings
Q. What could be the reasons I cannot seem to get my coating smooth enough for my application?
Ask an Expert Published: 1/1/2017
How to Improve Liquid Corrosion Resistance
Q. How can we improve the desired corrosion resistance expected from our coating?
Ask an Expert Published: 1/1/2017
Liquid Coatings Clinic: Correcting Liquid Adhesion Issues
Q. I cannot get the desired adhesion of my coating to my part. What should I look for to fix this problem?
Ask an Expert Published: 1/1/2017
Liquid Coatings Clinic: Considerations When Purchasing a Spray Booth
Q. Our company is in the market for a new spray booth and has been looking at several options. We want to make sure it is energy and cost efficient. What should be considered in the design of a spray booth to capture paint overspray?
Ask an Expert Published: 12/1/2016
Downdraft Versus Cross-Draft Booths
Q. We are considering a new spray booth, and we’ve read a lot about the different types of airflows. What can you tell me about downdraft booths and cross-draft booths, and what should I consider in adding one to my shop?
Ask an Expert Published: 11/1/2016
Liquid Clinic: Is Air Free?
What's the cost of compressed air and how can a business calculate air consumption?
Ask an Expert Published: 10/1/2016
Liquid Clinic: Flushing a Fluid Line, Cutting Costs
Justin Hooper from Carlisle Fluid Technologies talks cutting costs for flushing a fluid line using a solvent flush.
Ask an Expert Published: 10/1/2016
Liquid Clinic: Justifying Liquid Automation
Q. I am trying to justify liquid automation for my plant, but am not sure how to develop a return on investment. What are some guidelines that would help?
Ask an Expert Published: 9/1/2016
Liquid Clinic: UV Waterborne Flatline Spraying
Q. We have been asked to put a finish on some wood products. What can you tell me about UV flatline spray finishes?
Ask an Expert Published: 8/1/2016
Anodic Versus Cathodic Electrodeposition
To keep the chemistry of these two processes straight, first consider the metal part you are coating. In cathodic electrocoat, the part is the cathode and in anodic electrocoat, the part is the anode. Follow the four E’s of the electrocoat process t...
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2016

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