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      IPC-E Newsletter: July 2004  
  Welcome to the July 2004 edition of the IPC e-newsletter.

This edition of the newsletter contains:

News features.
The Powder Coating Manual (Part 30)
Exhibitions and Conferences in  July and August 2004

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Powder Application Equipment operating in India
IPC exclusive

In continuation of our survey of Indian  Powder Coating Industry, we have further tried to estimate the total number of powder application equipment in this country. In our last newsletter we had introduced an opinion poll which invited a feedback on the this figure.

The voting results are indicated in the picture

Let us do some calculations...

We assume an average of 15 kg of powder being sprayed by a single application equipment in one eight hour working day and 300 working days an year. To spray 18,000 tons (The estimated figure of powder produced during the last year) India would need

 = 4000 application equipment to spray this powder.

The powder production rose by about 5000 tons during the past year adding a market for 1100 equipment.

Moderator: We thank all those who helped to compile these details. We will continue to conduct similar surveys and share the results with you. Your suggestions and  support are most welcome. While we have used our best efforts in collecting and preparing the information  we do not assume, any liability for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions resulted from negligence, accident or other causes. The subscribers may use their own discretion while using the information.

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Major Indian paint company interested in Tambour shares
Asian Paints, India’s largest paint company, has submitted a preliminary bid for the opening of negotiations to acquire up to half of Israel paint company Tambour. Tambour parent company Granite Hacarmel Investments notified the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange that it had received a number of inquiries from companies interested in buying Tambour shares. Granite Hacarmel said that no negotiations had resulted yet from these contacts. A source close to Tambour said that talks between the Tambour and Asian Paints were still preliminary, and that no negotiations had begun yet.

Nordson Corporation Co-founder Evan W. Nord Passes Away
WESTLAKE, Ohio, June 22
Evan W. Nord, 84, a philanthropist who co-founded what became Nordson Corp., which has its world headquarters in Westlake, died Monday in Columbia, S.C.

Nord pioneered the design and manufacture of the tungsten carbide flat-spray nozzle for spraying pigmented coating materials, one of the keystones of the Nordson industrial equipment empire.

In 1954 he teamed with his father, Walter, and brother Eric T. to start Nordson as a division of U.S. Automatic Co. in Amherst to manufacture airless spray equipment. A dozen years later the division absorbed its parent company.

Today, Nordson has 3,500 employees worldwide and 652 in Northeast Ohio. It sells industrial spray application systems for paints, coatings, adhesives and sealants throughout the world.

Nord moved to Blythewood, S.C., after retiring from daily operations at the Amherst plant in 1978.

In March 2002, when Nord retired from the Nordson board of directors, Worth magazine named him the wealthiest person in Columbia. The value of his Nordson stock was estimated at $116 million.

Nord served as president of the Nordson Foundation. He and his wife, Cynthia, were committed to helping their communities and the disadvantaged.

They established the Evan and Cindy Nord Fund with the Lorain County Community Foundation.

Nearly $600,000 from the fund was awarded to Common Ground, also known as the Cindy Nord Center for Renewal, a Vermilion-area retreat started by the Humility of Mary religious order.

Nord, a member of many social-service boards, helped launch the Oberlin Early Childhood Center, the Oberlin Community Center and the W.G. Nord Mental Health Center. He led the restoration of historic buildings and homes.

The Amherst native graduated from Amherst High School in 1937.

He was inducted into the Amherst Schools Distinguished Alumni Gallery of Success in 1992. He received a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the Case School of Applied Science in 1941.

He was a teenager when he started working for U.S. Automatic Corp., which was owned by his father. He joined the Navy in 1944 and served in both the At lantic and the Pacific during World War II. After the war, he returned to the family business and became vice president of manufacturing before starting Nordson.

He continued his community service as a volunteer and benefactor in South Carolina. He served on the boards of the Carolina Children's Home, South Carolina State Museum and Heathwood Hall Foundation. He was a charter member of the Central Carolina Community Foundation and donated $40 million to the organization.

"We're doing it to set an example," Nord said in a 1992 interview. "We're using our children's inheritance and we're using our inheritance and the money we've worked for and sweated for to try to make a difference."

Nord and his wife lived a quiet life on their 150-acre horse farm just north of Columbia. In 1995, they were named Humanitarians of the Year by the United Way of the Midlands.

He is survived by his wife; sons, Eric, Bruce and Ethan; daughters, Katie Peterson and Allyson Wandtke; his brother, of Oberlin; and nine grandchildren.

Reality TV Discovers Paint
Coatings Magazine E-news - June 3, 2004
Finally it's happened. Reality TV has hit the paint industry. If you can create a reality TV show about married couples exchanging partners or transforming plain, insecure women into beauty queens, why not make something about paint?
Paint has finally made it onto the public radar. In the first case, paint from Pittsburgh Paint was highlighted in an Extreme Makeover-Home Edition show. The company's paints were used to paint the apartment of two New York City firemen. The company donated 35 gallons of its Manor Hall line of paints and primers for the project. It's not such exciting news in and of itself, but it did highlight the fact that paint is an important part of home renovations and that is simply good PR for consumer paints.
The second recent news item is a bit strange, but again puts paint on the public radar. The latest reality TV concept is about watching paint dry. Really. Billed as the "ultimate reality TV show," a British pay-channel has developed a live, eight-week round-the-clock webcast that will literally feature watching paint dry.
It is, of course, a tongue-in-cheek program that is making a comment on the dullness of the endless and hugely popular reality TV shows that seem to be on every channel, but hey, it's still featuring paint and it's in the news. Again, it's great PR. People that go to the webcast will be able to vote for their favourite paint finish; gloss, satin or matt, with the least favourite being voted out each week before revealing the British nation's choice.
So, finally, when people say that something is as dull and boring as watching paint dry, we in the industry may beg to differ…or at least ask these people if they have a reality TV show based on their product.

Akzo Nobel Car Refinishes introduces unique peelable paint
Arnhem, the Netherlands, June 11, 2004 - Akzo Nobel has developed a unique temporary paint system which can be peeled off after use. Known as Maskin®, the product can be applied to any non-porous surface - such  as a vehicle body or windows - without risk of damage to the original finish.

Astral Industries cut its toxic chemical releases

Steel burial-casket maker Astral Industries in the Randolph County community of Lynn cut its toxic chemical releases from 195,799 pounds in 2001 to 137,990 pounds in 2002. Micah Stuckey, facilities engineering assistant, attributed the decrease to switching from lacquer painting to powder coating in painting the caskets.

The Allegheny Ludlum stainless steel factory here continues to be the largest emitter of toxic chemicals in East Central Indiana, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's latest annual Toxic Release Inventory.


Cloverdale Paint and Rodda Paint to merge
*Coatings Flash - June 07, 2004
Cloverdale Paint Inc. and Rodda Paint Co., two well-respected family owned regional paint companies in the USA, have reached an agreement in principle to merge the two companies. Cloverdale Paint Inc. employs 650, operates 65 branches in Western Canada and Washington State, and has four manufacturing plants in Canada. Rodda Paint Co. employs 350, operates 41 branches in Washington, Oregon, Northern Idaho and Alaska and a manufacturing plant in Portland, Oregon. The merged operation will continue to operate under the Cloverdale name in Canada and under the Rodda name in the United States. It is intended that each operation will be managed independently by existing personnel.

SigmaKalon acquired Primalex
Coatings Flash - June 07, 2004
SigmaKalon has acquired Primalex from The Riverside Company, a private equity fund based in Europe and North America. With sales of 20 million euros, Primalex is the market leader for wall paints in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The Primalex brand name is the leading brand on the Czech and Slovak decorative paint markets. The company has production facilities in Brasy (Czech Republic) and Dolný Kubín (Slovakia) and employs 135 people in production, R&D, sales and marketing.
"We are very pleased to announce this new expansion of our business into the Czech Republic and Slovakia at a time when these countries look set to enjoy the benefits of their newly acquired EU membership", said SigmaKalon CEO, Pierre-Marie De Leener. "Primalex is a good fit with our operations in neighbouring countries Poland and Hungary and we see a number of interesting synergies within our Central European activities". The Czech and Slovakian decorative paint markets are evaluated at 120,000 tons of which a vast majority are wall paints.

Classic Reference Manual for Paint and Coatings Industry Updated for first time in 18 years

Norwich, NY - William Andrew Publishing announces the acquisition of  North/South American rights for the just updated Handbook on Basics of Coating Technology. This is an indispensable reference for anyone  in the industry. Whether they are involved in traditional processes or the most innovative, this handbook is a critical addition to daily
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PPG Total Service Solutions Wins Its First Chemical and Process Management Contract in China
TROY, Mich., June 8 -- PPG Total Service Solutions recently signed a contract with Wuxi Vehicle Body Co. to provide the vehicle manufacturer with a chemical and process management program at its facility in Wuxi, China....

Industries Honored by the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County for Being ``Good Corporate Citizens''

WHITTIER, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 23, 2004--Nearly 400 companies were presented with Year 2003 Certificates of Recognition by the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County for being "good corporate citizens." These companies were in consistent compliance with all their industrial wastewater discharge requirements for 2003. They met their limits for wastewater discharge; they were free from any notices of violation; they maintained their environmental equipment; and they fulfilled their permit requirements. Over 80 of the companies received this recognition for each of the last four years.

"As far as we're concerned, the 381 industries receiving certificates are our model citizens," notes James Stahl, Chief Engineer and General Manager of the Sanitation Districts. "We appreciate their effort because it makes our job of running a huge wastewater collection and treatment system so much easier."

Paul Martyn, head of the Sanitation Districts' Industrial Waste Section, added that the records of these facilities were carefully checked, and they are recognized for their conscientious effort.

"It's appropriate to recognize companies which have devoted time and money to achieve full compliance," notes Martyn. "You always hear about the bad guys, and we thought it was time that you hear about the good guys."

The idea for the Certificate of Recognition originated with the Sanitation Districts' Industry Advisory Council, an advisory group of 20 representatives from different industrial sectors. The Council and the Districts have felt it was important that industries with good compliance records be recognized. The Recognition Program is now in its eighth year.

"We hope this will become an award that is sought after by industry and recognized by the public," says Sam Bell, Vice President of Metal Surfaces, Inc. of Bell Gardens and chair of the Council. "It provides further incentive for companies to meet Districts' limits and regulations. The Sanitation Districts have always worked closely with industry, and recognizing industry for conscientious compliance is a further step to encourage companies to comply with regulations and protect the environment."
Here are some of the powder coating units from the list of Industries Recognized for Compliance with Wastewater Discharge Requirements for 2003

American Powder Coating & Painting, Inc
Bell Gardens
Enterprise Powder Coatings, Inc.
Monterey Park
Aero-Powder Coating, Inc. (4)
South El Monte
Abacus Powder Coating World's First Online Factory Provides Instant Design and Delivery Of Custom Mechanical Parts

Average 40 Hours of Engineering and Administrative Time For Single Custom Part Reduced to Only 15 Minutes
MIDLAND PARK, N.J.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—June 21, 2004— eMachineShop ( is believed to be the world's first online factory enabling any company, organization or individual to design, price, and instantly order any mechanical part. From initial contact to placing an order, the entire process takes as little as 15 minutes.

According to Jim Lewis, eMachineShop president, "Whether you are designing a new part or are in need for more of an existing part, getting custom parts is time consuming and costly. Until now, you had to buy and learn expensive and complex CAD software, make technical drawings, locate a machine shop, find a way to transmit the drawings to the machine shop, discuss the design with an accomplished machinist, sift through numerous price quotations, and eventually get your part - often paying much more than necessary while adding weeks of delay."

As value of manufactured goods output reaches $1 trillion every month(a) online custom parts expected to grow exponentially

Mr. Lewis added, "eMachineShop is an innovative solution offering the easiest, most cost-effective way to turn ideas into real 3D parts at both prototype and production quantities. Whether for a new invention, an existing product or construction of a space rocket, eMachineShop revolutionizes the whole process. In just it's first two quarters of operation, eMachineShop has produced parts for electronic panels, enclosures, signs, scientific devices, parts for airplanes, cars, motorcycles and trucks, ocean buoys, sensor mechanics and cameras.

"The value of manufactured goods in April, 2004 was $989 billion(a)*. As the global economy continues to recover, online manufacturing services such as eMachineShop have enormous potential. Barely out of the starting gate, eMachineShop has already processed nearly 1,000 orders," Mr. Lewis commented.

eMachineShop at-a-glance

To begin, users download eMachineShop's free CAD software. During the design phase, eMachineShop's automated machining expert analyses the shape, material and finish to keep the user informed of any physical limitations, thereby making it easy for engineers and non-technical people to successfully design parts.

A built-in software expert system provides step-by-step guidance through the process, often totally eliminating the need for expensive engineering support and the associated delays, saving even more time and money. For example, if a sheet metal bend is too close to an edge, the software will advise the user in seconds.

A 3D preview helps visualize the final part before ordering. From the customer's screen to delivery at the customer's door, eMachineShop takes care of everything totally transparently. "Although not as fast, it's almost like the transporter in Star Trek," said Mr. Lewis.

eMachineShop currently offers CNC milling, turning, punching, blanking, laser cutting, plastic extrusion, thermoforming, tapping, bending, water jet cutting, wire EDM and will soon add injection molding. Surface finishes include brushing, plating, powder coating, anodizing, polishing, grinding, and more. Materials range from a broad selection of metals, plastics, woods, composites and others.

Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. Receives Grant From the U.S. National Science Foundation Company to Develop Nano-Structured Electrodes for Next Generation Super Capacitors

RENO, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 06/22/2004 -- Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: ALTI), a company engaged in developing high performance materials and life sciences products using its pigment and nanomaterials technology platforms, today announced that it was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), effective July 1, 2004. Under terms of the grant award, Altair will initially receive $100,000 for work to be completed within six months of the July 1, 2004, effective date. The grant is in support of a project entitled "SBIR Phase I: Carbon-Coated Nano-Structured Electrodes for Next-Generation Lithium-Ion Ultra Capacitors."

"We are pleased to announce Altair's first stand-alone grant, spearheaded by our new board member, Dr. David King," said Dr. Rudi E. Moerck, president of Altair. "The NSF's peer review process is consistently recognized as the gold standard among government agencies and private foundations in terms of setting the bar for quality proposals and funding awards, making this grant further validation of our nanotechnology expertise and uniqueness of our technology platform. This grant builds upon the progress Altair has made in bringing nanotechnology to super capacitor and battery applications."

Under terms of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant award, Altair will use the proceeds to fund joint development work with Hosokawa Micron's Nano Particle Technology Center and Rutgers University's Energy Storage Research Group. According to Dr. Moerck, Altair's nano-sized cathode and anode materials are perfect complements to Hosokawa's unique powder coating technology and equipment and Rutgers' existing hybrid battery patents, advanced battery design and testing expertise, all of which should provide for the successful design and development of high-capacity, next generation lithium ion power sources.

Third-party studies have shown that Altair's nano-sized lithium titanate spinel battery material exhibited charge and discharge rates up to 100 times higher than materials used in current commercially available batteries. In the third quarter of 2003, Altair announced that Telcordia Technologies (now Rutgers Energy Storage Research Group) developed a non-aqueous asymmetric hybrid prototype battery incorporating Altair's nano-lithium titanate spinel. The Rutgers prototype battery, using Altair's nanomaterials, met the 'car of the future' power assist battery requirement as published in The Journal of Power Sources, 113 (2003) 62-71 and 115 (2003) 171-178. The Rutgers' battery is the only prototype reported, to date, to meet these Department of Energy (DOE) standards. Altair is currently in discussions with Rutgers regarding commercialization and is providing the group with additional nanomaterials samples for further development work.

Nanomaterials are expected to provide an improvement in lithium ion battery and super capacitor performance, making it possible to use these systems in applications where immediate high power delivery is necessary. Such applications include automobile batteries, electric and hybrid vehicles. In addition to use in hybrid automobiles, nano-lithium titanate spinel-based batteries may also be incorporated into uninterrupted power supplies, military applications and specialized uses, such as notebook computers, mobile phones, and a variety of portable devices. Rapid charge/discharge times are important in all these applications.


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  Powder Coater’s Manual ------- Control of Powder Spray Application Equipment (Part - 30)  
Control of Powder Spray Application Equipment

The forces that influence the powder output and charge are the delivery system and the charging system. The delivery system transfers the
powder from the container to the gun tip and out of the spray gun. The charging system charges the powder material so that it will be attracted to the part and stick to the part surface until it is cured. Pneumatic Controls Typically there are three air pressure controls; fluidizing air, powder
supply air and powder atomizing air. Some guns will also have another air control at the gun tip to provide shaping or electrode cleansing
air. The settings of these controls will influence the amount of powder that is delivered, the velocity that it is delivered at, and the
uniformity of the powder cloud. This in turn will have profound impact on the transfer efficiency and quality of the parts.

Fluidizing Air
Fluidizing air is supplied to the bottom of the feed hopper to suspend and mix the powder, making it easier for the lift venturi to pull powder
out of the hopper. If the powder has geysers and bubbles the air pressure is too high. If the powder rolls over lazily and unevenly the air
pressure is too low. Properly fluidized powder looks like water at a low boil, in motion, with a fairly even surface. Incorrect fluidizing pressure
can lead to an inconsistent delivery of powder at the gun tip. If adjustments to air pressure do not produce proper fluidization, the
separating membrane may be damaged by oil or moisture in the air-line. All air supplied to a powder system must be clean and dry.

Powder Supply Air
The powder supply air hose is attached to the lift venturi. The air passes through the venturi creating a vacuum that pulls powder out of
the feed hopper or powder box. Adjustment to the pressure will control the volume and delivery velocity of the powder. This is the first
adjustment made to the gun. With the atomizing air off, the powder flow is adjusted up to a typical number, say 20 to 25 PSI. The powder
will come out of the gun barrel unevenly until atomizing air is added. 

Atomizing Air
The atomizing air is increased from zero to a level that is satisfactory to provide a smooth and uniform powder pattern. Care must be taken
to avoid excessive atomizing air. Its purpose is to provide the energy to distribute the powder and transport it through the powder hose.
Too much atomizing air will deliver the powder at a velocity that will produce excessive overspray and rebound from the part surface. Typically,
the atomizing air is the same as or lower than the delivery air. After the atomizing air is adjusted, it may be necessary to slightly increase the flow air in order to compensate for backpressure created by the atomizing air source.

Cleansing or Shaping Air
Some manufacturers have an additional air supply at the gun tip for keeping the electrode clean or for shaping the pattern of the powder.
This can be helpful for keeping the electrode from building up with impact fusion. It is especially useful when spraying metallics because
of the tendency for metal flakes to build up on the electrode.

Venturi Lift Pumps
The venturi lift pump takes the powder out of the fluidized feed hopper or powder box, atomizes it and delivers it to the gun tip in a
controlled and even pattern. A good venturi pump has a minimum of parts, is easy to remove from the hopper and is lined inside with
inexpensive replaceable plastic inserts. These inserts need to be examined  frequently and replaced when the hole-size enlarges and forces
higher flow rates in order to maintain the desired powder output.

Air Pressure & Transfer Efficiency
Powder coating equipment manufacturers have all worked on reducing the delivery pressures to provide higher charging efficiency. Typi-cal
powder supply air pressures may range from 10 to 40 PSI. Atomizing air should be adjusted to a level that provides a uniform spray
pattern from the gun. Lower air pressures improve the process.

The powder charges better because it has more exposure to the corona field.

The equipment life is improved because the powder is less abrasive at lower velocities.

Lower pressure typically produces better transfer efficiency and less overspray. This means that less powder is cycled to reclaim.

Film thickness and consistency is easier to control.

Lower film thickness means improved cost and less orange peel.

Control of Powder Feed by Volume

Another powder delivery feature is control over powder flow rate measured in volume. There are metering systems, such as the auger
feed system, that can measure the powder flow by grams or ounces per minute and compensate for variations in plant air use, fluid bed
level, movement of the gun and hoses and other variations. These systems make corrections continuously to assure a uniform volume of
powder delivery, controlling the powder flow too much a tighter degree than a standard venturi pump. This can provide better control
over film build and return excellent material savings in operations that are routinely applying heavy films.

   To be continued....  

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