When determining the need for an agitator, says Mike Elberson from Autoquip, you must look at budget versus long-term energy conservation.
President, Autoquip Inc.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) announced the award of $273,000 to Innovakote toward recycling 5 million lbs. of excess powder coating discarded each year in West Michigan.
Hexcel’s HexPly XF surface technology eliminates liquid chemicals and reduces the frequency of surface defects in the wind blade shell manufacturing process.
David Weisman LLC has introduced its latest Fast Response Electric Infrared Boost Oven System design.
Samir Davé has joined Brown and Caldwell as a senior director of client services for industrial water services in the energy and chemicals sector.
Group designs and provides water, waste and energy management solutions that contribute to industry sustainability.
Effective cleaning at low, even ambient temperatures, is possible, says Atotech’s Brandon Lloyd, and creates a safer work environment and reduces energy demands.
The project aims to reduce efficiency losses in solar panels due to soiling, the buildup of dirt on the panel’s surface that blocks sunlight.
Batch oven roll-up door also designed for safety, maintenance and space savings.
Vaccum-deposited nanolayer is designed for variety of uses in security, decorative, packaging, agriculture and solar markets.
The LEDs are available for both liquid and powder booths, offering more energy efficiency and providing more vibrant, truer color.
Vibro-energy finishing mills have compressive scrubbing action that cleans, deburrs, rounds sharp corners and smooths out surface impressions.
Dryers use energy-efficient components in combination with in-house controller programming to offer energy savings.
Product line designed to help eliminate phosphates and reduce energy costs while improving coating system performance.
The ability to tailor CEN coatings with an array of synergistic particles makes these coatings uniquely beneficial for applications in the wind energy industry.
Systems include friction-driven conveyors, energy-efficient washers and ovens, easy-to-use smart controls, liquid and powder booths, platforms and more.
Hender-PE’s line of pumps and filtration systems includes the D13 series of sealless, bearingless vertical pumps.
It’s obvious that Silvex specializes in silver, but its processes also reach into the defense, aerospace, power generation and medical industries.
Whitford specializes in manufacturing low-friction, wear-resistant coatings for industrial applications in automotive, aerospace, energy and construction products.
Simultaneous engineering reduces energy and resource consumption.
Royal DSM’s Hybrane CY235 is a high-solid acrylic resin designed to enhance the performance of metal coatings while providing higher throughput and reduced energy consumption.
The March issue of Products Finishing takes a look at coatings for the energy sector, specifically for wind energy. Surface Technology’s Michael Feldstein takes a deep look at composite electroless nickel finishes.
Bex says its eductors take advantage of the surrounding liquid to create a high-velocity flow yield at the diffuser, circulating as much as five times the pump output with a discharge plume broader than the jet from a solid stream nozzle of equivalent energy.
General Fabrications Corp.’s finishing systems feature variable frequency drives for washer pumps coupled with pressure transducers for the changing of spray pressure.
Heather Lemieux has a diverse background in technology and customer service, including five years of experience in the oil and gas industry.
It can repel water, oil, alcohol and even peanut butter, and it might save the U.S. Navy millions of dollars in ship fuel costs, reduce the amount of energy that vessels consume and improve operational efficiency.
Innovative Applications of Electroplating and PVD for New Material Solutions - The 54th William Blum Lecture
The following is Dr. Per Møller’s William Blum Memorial Lecture at SUR/FIN 2018, in Cleveland, Ohio on June 4, 2018, with commentary by NASF Technical Editor James H. Lindsay. It covers a variety of projects involved with surface finishing applications, including sustainable energy. Due to Dr. Møller’s serious illness, he was unable to make the journey to SUR/FIN. In his stead, his longtime professional colleague, Dr. Lars Pleth Nielsen, of the Danish Technological Institute (DTI), presented the lecture.
The product line can be used in both the surface finishing and waste-treatment sectors, and are designed not only to save energy, but also to be compact, rugged and corrosion-proof.