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Powder coating technology

ANTHONY J. KOURY (Naval Air Systems Command Washington and Naval Air Development Centre, Warminster. A paper given at the North American Conference on Powder Coating organised at Toronto by ‘Canadian Paint And Finishing’.)
ALFEO A. CONTE JR (Naval Air Systems Command Washington and Naval Air Development Centre, Warminster. A paper given at the North American Conference on Powder Coating organised at Toronto by ‘Canadian Paint And Finishing’.)
MARTIN J. DEVINE (Naval Air Systems Command Washington and Naval Air Development Centre, Warminster. A paper given at the North American Conference on Powder Coating organised at Toronto by ‘Canadian Paint And Finishing’.)

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology

ISSN: 0002-2667

Article publication date: 1 October 1972

Abstract

POWDER coating technology has provided a means of applying resin coatings to substrates via processing techniques which have two distinct advantages over conventional coating procedures. The first and probably most significant advantage from an ecological standpoint is the elimination of solvent carriers. The absence of solvents eliminates the emission of fumes and vapours thereby providing an environment that is virtually free of pollutants. Safety standards are also improved because the hazard of fire is substantially reduced.

Citation

KOURY, A.J., CONTE JR, A.A. and DEVINE, M.J. (1972), "Powder coating technology", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 44 No. 10, pp. 18-23. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb034950

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MCB UP Ltd

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