« Prev | | Next »

Sort by:


Eliminating Foul Odors from Paint Ovens
How can we get rid of foul odors produced by a conventional oven used for curing liquid paint?
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2013
Oily Oven Cleaning
How can we get rid of oil covering the ceiling of our paint baking oven.
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2013
Polyurethane Coatings on Wood
I would like to add to your response in “Curing Polyurethanes on Wood” in your March column.
Ask an Expert Published: 4/22/2013
Curing Polyurethane on Wood
Can you help us find a polyurethane varnish that will cure in our warm-air oven?
Ask an Expert Published: 2/26/2013
Flaking Paint
Should two-part epoxy paint be able to withstand a temperature of 450ºF for 3 1/2 min, which is required by the adhesive? What could be causing spotty adhesion failures demonstrated by the paint flaking off?
Ask an Expert Published: 2/5/2013
Dry Film Lubricant Problem
We are applying a dry-film lubricant on small bolts, nuts and washers using the dip-spin coating method. In many cases, we are faced with parts sticking together after curing and, as a result, 10 percent of these parts must be reprocessed. The coati...
Ask an Expert Published: 3/6/2012
Radiation Curing
Some time ago, I remember reading about electron-beam curing somewhere. Unfortunately, I can’t find the article now. I am interested in further information on this subject.
Ask an Expert Published: 9/22/2011
Gas vs. Electric Ovens
What are the pros and cons for using gas or electric to heat a typical automotive supplier curing oven?
Ask an Expert Published: 5/1/2011
Humidity Effect on Painting
Recently, we have been having problems with the curing of some of our paints. Some seem to cure, while some of them do not. I tend to think that the issue is color specific, but also related to humidity levels in the painting environment. Have you ...
Ask an Expert Published: 1/11/2011
A New Wrinkle
The same paint does not produce the same wrinkle texture when applied by the vendors—and we have tried different vendors. The only difference I can see is that we use electrically-fired ovens and they use gas-fired ovens. What do you think about thi...
Ask an Expert Published: 9/1/2010

« Prev | | Next »


Suppliers | Products | Experts | News | Articles | Calendar | Process Zones

The Voice of the Finishing Industry Since 1936 Copyright © Gardner Business Media, Inc. 2014

Subscribe | Advertise | Contact Us | All Rights Reserved