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The Powder Coating Manual (Part 32)

Exhibitions and Conferences in September and October 2004

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India Powder Coating gets a facelift.

On 15th of  August we have launched  the renovated version of "India Powder Coating", the first and only website  dedicated to the powder coating activity in India. Our website provides you all the information you always needed. On the various pages of our website you will find information on Powder manufacturer, Equipment manufacturers, Pretreatment chemical manufacturers, testing instruments, consultants, associations, All India list of powder coating units etc. The website is visited everyday by hundreds of manufacturers, dealers, plant users, potential users, consultants, experts etc. and our IPC e newsletter goes to more than 2500 people around the world.

As an important step to promote the last link in the powder coating chain, we are providing a free listing facility to all the job coating units in India. Please come forward to add your details in the city wise list of powder coating units.

As always, your comments suggestions and contributions are most welcome. 

So visit www.ipconweb.com again for the first time.

Indian Powder Manufacturers may plan for a price rise !

There are indication of a possibe increase in the price of powder paints. It could be  due to steep rise in the raw material prices over the past few months. The prices of the raw material are said to have gone up by 15-18 percent.

We tried to contact some of the powder manufacturers to learn more about it.

Mr R Venkatesan of Titan Paints said,
"The price rise is overdue. But due to the lack of understanding among the manufacturers, they continue to lower the prices. Another depressing feature in this market is the ever increasing credit terms. It is for the market leaders to take the lead in the matter."

Mr Kuldeep Verma of Sharp Coatings Faridabad said in his email,
"This is very hot topic now, there is an increase in raw material but no body is taking step to increase the price.

Till date everybody is only planning. This would not affect the powder market as big manufacturer can continue giving the powders for the same price as they can get good price on raw material than middle or small manufacturers."

Mr Ishwar from Akzo Nobel reluctantly stated,
"Our internal rules do not allow me to share this with you."

We will continue to keep you updated on these changes in the coming issues of our newsletter.

Cycle industry protest against tax 
Express News Service 

Ludhiana, August 26: AFTER cable operators and transporters, it is now the turn of cycle parts and cycle manufacturers to protest against the 10.2 per cent service tax imposed on polishing, nickle plating, powder coating, heat treatment, tempering of cycle parts. 

Addressing mediapersons, the industrialists of the city said if the same is not waived, cycle will become costly by nearly Rs 40 which will hit the common man. 

The press conference was organised by the United Cycle Parts and Manufacturers’ Association. G.L. Pahwa, president of the association, said, ‘‘The job work is done by small scale units and thus it will be difficult for them to maintain the records for service tax.’’ 

He said, ‘‘The big units who are getting the job done from outside can thus make the above processes also inhouse, which can affect the business of the small units.’’ The association members said if the service tax on job works is not rolled back, even they will also start an agitation in the form of dharnas and rallies. 

In addition, they have also urged the Prime Minister to intervene in the strike of transporters as according to them, the strike is resulting in huge losses to the industries. Details show that till today more than 1.2 lakh cycles are lying in the godowns of Hero Cycles; similar is the case with Avon Cycles. Addressing mediapersons, CMD Hero Cycles O.P. Munjal said, ‘‘If the transporters strike is not lifted we will have to lock our units as there is hardly any space to keep our items.’’ 

Harmohinder Singh Pahwa, MD, Nova Cycles, also joined Munjal and complained of heavy losses. According to him, even the production in the unit has also slowed due to no raw material coming from outside. 

Meanwhile, the members of the Ludhiana Transport Welfare Association have condemned the arrest of the members of All India Motor Transport Congress in New Delhi under the Essential Services Maintenance Act. They threatened to intensify the stir if the members are not released. Even a protest was also staged at Transport Nagar and the chain hunger strike continued today as well. The members said they will stop the supply of eatables if the members of the transport association were not released. 

Berger to consider merging subsidiary

KOLKATA: Berger Paints India said on Thursday it would examine the feasibility of merging its loss-making subsidiary Berger Auto & Industrial Coatings (BAICL) with itself. 

In a notice to the Stock Exchange, Mumbai (BSE), Berger Paints said its board would meet on August 31 to discuss the proposal. BAICL is a 100 per cent subsidiary of Berger Paints. The former posted a loss of Rs 1.5 crore on sales of Rs 25.7 crore in 2003-04, which it attributed partly to the high initial costs of customer development. 

Last month, Berger Paints vice-chairman G.S. Dhingra said at the firm's annual general meeting that BAICL was taking steps to increase production of decorative products and curtail costs to improve its financial health. Turning around BAICL was underlined as one of the main aims of Berger Paints to boost its bottom line growth in 2004-05. 

Berger Paints has set aside Rs 30 crore for capital expenditure, which includes Rs 20 crore on setting up solvent-based and powder coating facilities at Jammu, in the current fiscal in order to achieve a double-digit sales growth in 2004-05. 

The firm, which claims to have a 17 per cent share of the Indian paints industry, had said in the past it would also eye possible acquisitions of niche players in south and south-east Asia to grow faster. 

Berger Paints earned a profit after tax of Rs 8.95 crore in April-June 2004 compared to Rs 5.84 crore in the corresponding period in 2003-04. 

Udyog Bharti Award

The Indian Achievers Forum, promoting achievement that benefit business and communities, had selected Sharp Coatings Pvt. Ltd. Faridabad for the Udyog Bharti Award. The award was presented by Mr B Satnyanarain Reddy at a ceremony on July 26th at the India Habitate Centre New Delhi.

 Mr Kuldeep Verma GM Technical received the award on behalf of Sharp Coatings. Sharp manufactures 300 tons of powder per year. With a recently installed production line it plans to triple its production.  

Reichhold Announces Price Increase On All Acrylic Powder Coating Resins Sold in North America; Effective September 1, 2004

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 2, 2004--Reichhold announced today a price increase of $0.10 per pound on all FINE-CLAD(R) acrylic powder coating resins sold in North America. The increase is for both list and off-list prices and will be applied to all orders shipped on or after September 1, 2004.

"This price adjustment is in direct response to significant cost increases Reichhold has incurred on principal raw materials used in the production of these high-performance powder resins," explained Bruce Fawcett, Reichhold senior vice president, commercial. "We've experienced price hikes across a number of key acrylic monomers including glycidyl methacrylate (GMA) monomer, for which tightness in availability has sharply driven up prices for this primary component," continued Fawcett.

"As always, we thank our customers for their business and encourage them to contact their Reichhold sales representative if they have any questions regarding this pricing adjustment," Fawcett concluded.

Reichhold's FINE-CLAD(R) acrylic powder resins are used as primary film-formers, crosslinkers and additives in the production of high performance powder coatings.

Akzo Nobel plays colorful role in Olympics
Arnhem, the Netherlands, August 12, 2004 - Akzo Nobel's Vivechrom business has played a significant role in the preparations of this year's Olympic Games, being held in Greece. Several of the main venues being used for the Games have been coated with Vivechrom products, while the business has also been involved with a special program designed to restore some of Athens' old buildings.

VitroTech Corporation Announces a Strategic Supplier and Technology Relationship With Xiom Corporation
 SANTA ANA, Calif., Aug. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- VitroTech Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: VROT) today announced a strategic supplier and technology relationship with Xiom Corporation (http://www.xiom-corp.com), inventor of a revolutionary polymer multicoat spray system. VitroTech Corporation and Xiom Corporation are pleased to announce the discovery of significant technical synergism, combining the technological breakthroughs of both companies, producing a polymer spraying process that  offers unique combinations of time-tested coatings. The Xiom 1000 spray gun deposits mixtures of plastics, plastic additives and various chemicals to substrates of any type for prolonged life of structures and materials. Xiom's
technological breakthrough is transforming the performance and cost structure of powder coating processes. At the same time, the wide range of engineered  polymer coating materials compatible with the Xiom spray gun process provides ground-breaking technology.

VitroTech's product, Vitrocote(R), affords this technology a wider range of polymer selection and provides enhanced rheology of the polymers at favorable process temperatures, assuring high flow without any performance loss in the polymer coating. The 'window of operation' with many different polymers is much wider in the Xiom process with the enhanced benefits derived from Vitrocote(R) performance.

The Xiom process features a cost-effective system to apply polymer coatings, no VOCs (volatile organic compounds), easy application, low flammability, and 7 to 10 times more durability than paint. The application
system consists of a completely portable console, spray gun, hoses and powder feeder. Coatings applied with this system cure instantly at ambient temperatures and can be applied to wood, brick, masonry, steel, glass, nonferrous metals and ceramics.

VitroTech Corporation is pleased to provide our technology and full support to Xiom Corporation and to participate in this leading edge coatings process of environmentally friendly, high performance, low cost materials.

Akzo Nobel expands German paint distribution network

Arnhem, the Netherlands, August 19, 2004 – Akzo Nobel has signed an agreement to take a major share in one of the leading German decorative paint distributors, Peters. The deal has been arranged on an exchange basis, whereby Akzo Nobel will obtain a 30 percent stakeholding, and Peters will take over distributors Beissel and Kerstin, which were previously acquired by Akzo Nobel. Under the terms of the transaction, Akzo Nobel will now have access to 17 additional outlets in Nordrhein – Westphalia, western Germany.

Rohm and Haas and Bayer sign agreement for polyacrylate dispersions

Coatings Flash - August 23, 2004

Rohm and Haas has signed a contract to allow Avantcoat S.L., an affiliate of Bayer Hispania S.A., to market and distribute Rohm and Haas polyacrylate dispersions in Europe. The agreement is effective September 1, 2004. Rohm and Haas will continue to manufacture these products, which are used in the formulation of waterborne wood and furniture coatings. The water-based products will be integrated into Bayer MaterialScience's portfolio of proven polyurethane-based coating raw materials, and UV-curing dispersions all used for the industrial coating of wood.

AMI DODUCO’s Metal Coating Process Used on the Cassini Saturn Mission

PFORZHEIM, Germany – AMI DODUCO, a Technitrol (NYSE: TNL) Company, offers a physical vapor deposition (PVD) metal coating process performed in a vacuum for a variety of applications, including space exploration. This process was used to apply the gold coating of the Cosmic Dust Analyzer in the Cassini-Huygens space mission to explore Saturn and its moon Titan. The gold layer is necessary for balanced heat distribution to sustain the integrity of the instrument under extreme conditions in space.

The Cosmic Dust Analyzer (CDA) is a direct sensing device used to measure the size, speed, and direction of tiny dust particles near Saturn and analyze their chemical make-up in order to help uncover more information about the origins of the universe. The CDA was constructed by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Berlin.

To achieve the instrument’s low mass of approximately 17 kg., its housing was made of a plastic honeycomb material covered on both sides with aluminum foil. AMI DODUCO’s PVD process was used to apply an adhesive gold layer about 0.2 micrometers thick to the entire surface of the housing with minimal temperature or moisture load.

This application was three years in the making. A series of extensive experiments in 1994 tested the viability and fail-safe functioning of the coating under the simulated stresses of launch and orbital flight. After passing the rigorous tests, the coating was applied to the housing of the CDA on the Cassini orbiter launched in 1997 and now orbiting Saturn.

“We are proud to be a part of this important multinational undertaking,” said Karl-Heinz Funke, Executive Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing of AMI DODUCO. “AMI DODUCO has developed a comprehensive knowledge base in metal coating technology over many years, and this project is a credit to the skill and dedication of our scientists and application engineers. The discoveries of the Cassini-Huygens mission will be of great interest to us in the years to come.”

AMI DODUCO offers the PVD metal coating process to customers in the medical, sensor, electrical, electronic and automotive industries. This coating process can be used on a wide range of substrates, including plastic, glass and ceramics as well as metals. Other applications include radiofrequency (RF) shielding for electronic device enclosures, illuminated tubing to facilitate dental suction procedures or to reduce the risk of infection in urological catheters, and the printing of circuitry on electronic circuit boards. For further information, please contact Dr. Joachim Ganz (Phone: 0049 7231 603 263 or email: JGanz@amidoduco.com).

Named for Giovanni Cassini, the first scientist to recognize dust in interplanetary space through his 17th century observations of the sun, the Cassini orbiter will orbit Saturn and its moons for the next four years. Cassini-Huygens is a cooperative project of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the European Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency.

Headquartered in Export, Pennsylvania, AMI DODUCO is a global leader in electrical contact technology and fabrication. The company supplies contacts and assemblies, contact materials, thermostatic and laminated metal products, electroplating and surface treatment services, and precious metal refining and recycling to more than 3,000 customers. AMI DODUCO operates from locations in North America, Europe and Asia. The company’s website is www.amidoduco.com.



  Seminar Events Exhibitions  

Report 2004 - For the excellence in paints and inks
September 2 - 3, 2004
Congress, Exhibition; Buenos Aires/Argentina
More Information from: SATER, http://www,sater.org  ,sater@sater.org.ar 

7th European Adhesion Conference
September 5 - 9, 2004
Conference; Freiburg im Breisgau/Germany
More Information from: Dechema e. V. Theodor-Heuss-Allee 25, 60486 Frankfurt am Main,Germany, Fax: +49 69 7564-441, http://www.euradh.org , euradh2004@dechema.de 

Colour Measurement & Colour Control
September 13 - 14, 2004
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain
More Information from: Paint Research Association ,8 Waldegrave Road, Middlesex, TW11 8LD Teddington , Great Britain , Fax: +44 20 8943 4705
http://www.pra.org.uk/training , e.brown@pra.org.uk 

North African Coatings Congress
September 14 - 15, 2004
Congress; Casablanca/Morocco
More Information from: dmg world media (uk) ltd., Queensway House, 2, Queensway, Redhill, RH1 1QS Su , Great Britain, Fax: +44 (1737) 85 50 34
http://www.coatingsgroup.com , karentyler@uk.dmgworldmedia.com 

Chemtex & Corrosion Middle East 2004
September 14 - 16, 2004
Conference, Exhibition; Dubai/U.A.E.
More Information from: Die Ingenieur Agentur, Frau Catherine Bernhardt
Postfach 1164,72627 Aichtal, Germany, Fax: +49 7127 566-49
http://www.ingenieur-agentur.de/CHEMEX , ingenieur-agentur-bernhardt@t-online.de 

Paint Defect Analysis Workshop
September 14 - 16, 2004
Workshop; London, Ontario/Canada
More Information from: Paint Performance Consulting , 35585 Pound Road
Richmond, 48062 Michigan, USA, Fax: +1 586 727-27 24, http://www.paintperformanceconsulting.com , techservices@paintperformanceconsulting.com 

Advanced Colour Measurement & Colour Control
September 15 - 16, 2004
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain
More Information from: Paint Research Association

Functional Fillers for Plastics 2004
September 15 - 17, 2004
Conference; Hamburg/Germany
More Information from: Intertech , 19 Northbrook Drive , Portland, Maine 04105
USA, Fax: +1 207 781-2150, http://www.intertechusa.com  , rjessie@intertechusa 

FEICA European Adhesives Conference 2004
September 15 - 17, 2004
Congress; Ljubljana/Slovenia
More Information from:FEICA Association of European Adhesives Manufacturers
P.O.B. 23 01 69, 40087 Düsseldorf ,Germany, http://www.feica.com

Paintindia 2004
September 16 - 18, 2004
Exhibition, Conference; Mumbai/India
More Information from: ExpoCon International , 126-A, Dhuruwadi
A.V. Nagvekar Marg, Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 025, India, Fax: +91 (22) 430 0601, colorpub@vsnl.vsnl.com 

12th International Coating Science & Technology Symposium
September 20 - 22, 2004
Symposium; Rochester, NY/USA
More Information from: ISCST, The MCC-Group Science & Technology Research Center ,1000, Kamoshida-cho, Aoba-ku ,Yokohama
Japan 227-8502, Fax: +1 805 659-1493
http://www.iscst.org  ,iscst@thetiaragroup.com 

1*1 der Nanotechnologie
September 21 - 22, 2004
Seminar; Dresden/Germany
More Information from:MSTI ,P.O. Box 1050 , 65836 Sulzbach/Ts, Germany
Fax: +49 6196 585-485, http://www.msti-aktuell.de  ,

The Powder Coating Institute is host of the world's largest powder coating conference and exhibition to be held in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 21 - 23, 2004.

Coatings and Paint Technology Composition and Application Fundamentals
September 21 - 23, 2004
Course; Ypsilanti
More Information from: Coatings Research Institute - Eastern Michigan University 430 W. Forest Ave.,Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA , Fax: +1 734 483 0085, http://www.emich.edu/public/coatings_research 

Asia Coat 2004
September 21 - 23, 2004
Exhibition; Beijing/China
More Information from: CNCCC Chanzhou Paint & Coatings Chemical Industry Research Institute, Jichang Road , Changzhou, 213016 Jiangsu , China, Fax: +86 (519) 32 73 017 ,http://www.asiacoat.com  , nci@asiacoat.com 

September 21 - 23, 2004
Conference, Exhibition; Charlotte, North Carolina/USA
More Information from: Goyer Management , P.O. Box 54464 , 45254-0464 Cincinnati, OH, USA, Fax: +1 513 624-0601, http://www.pcishow.com 

APi Conference
September 22 - 24, 2004
Conference; Ulm/Germany
More Information from:Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Adler
Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Makromolekulare Chemie und Textilchemie 01062 Dresden , Germany, Fax: +49 351 463-7122
http://www.gdch.de , Hans-Juergen.Adler@chemie.tu-dresden.de 

Color Technology
September 28 - 29, 2004
Course; Ypsilanti
More Information from: Coatings Research Institute , 430 W. Forest Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA, Fax: +1 734 483 0085, http://www.emich.edu/public/coatings_research , sandy.tanner@emich.edu 

August 9 - 13, 2004 Davos/Switzerland
More Information from:Dr. F. Joseph Schork, School of Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332-0100 . USA, Fax: +1 815 301-9729,http://www.che.gatech.edu/Davos    ,joseph.schork@che.gatech.edu 

Paint Technology
October 4 - 7, 2004 
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain
More Information from, Paint Research Association, 8 Waldegrave Road, Middlesex, TW11 8LD Teddington, Great Britain, Fax: +44 20 8943 4705, http://www.pra.org.uk/training 

Waterborne Coatings
October 5 - 7, 2004 
Course; Ypsilanti 
More Information from, Coatings Research Institute, 430 W. Forest, MI 48197 Ypsilanti, USA, Fax: +1 734 483 0085, http://www.emich.edu/public/coatings_research , sandy.tanner@emich.edu  

Dispersion of Pigments an Resins in Fluid Media
October 11 - 13, 2004 
Course; Ypsilanti, 
More Information from, Coatings Research Institute, 430 W. Forest Ave., Ypsilanti, MI 48197
USA, Fax: +1 734 483 0085, http://www.emich.edu/public/coatings_research , sandy.tanner@emich.edu  

Printing Ink Technology
October 11 - 13, 2004 
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain
More Information from, Paint Research Association, 8 Waldegrave Road, Middlesex TW11 8LD Teddington, Great Britain, Fax: +44 20 8943 4705, http://www.pra.org.uk/training 

What is Paint?
October 14, 2004 
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain 
More Information from,Paint Research Association

Radiation Curing Technology
October 18 - 20, 2004 
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain
More Information from, Paint Research Association

4th Woodcoatings Conference
October 25 - 27, 2004 
Conference; The Hague/The Netherlands
More Information from, PRA

Improving Durability and Performance of Coatings
October 26 - 28, 2004 
Course; Ypsilanti 
More Information from, Coatings Research Institute, 430 W. Forest Ave., Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA, Fax: +1 734 483 0085, http://www.emich.edu/public/coatings_research

International Coatings Expo
October 27 - 29, 2004 
Exhibition, Conference; Chicago/USA
More Information from:Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology, 492 Norristown Road
19422-2350 Blue Bell, PA, USA, Fax: +1 (610) 940-0292, http://www.coatingstech.orgfsct@coatingstech.org  

Business Information for the Coatings Industry
November 4, 2004 
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain
More Information from, Paint Research Association

Applied Rheology for the Coatings Industry
November 8, 2004 
Training Course; Teddington/Great Britain
More Information from:, Paint Research Association



  Powder Coating Manual ------- Control of Powder Spray Application Equipment (Part - 32)  

Powder Equipment Options
There are many options in the selection of application equipment. The correct charging method, the right combination of feed hoppers and gun movers are examples. Also, equipment options are available that can facilitate color change and help keep systems cleaner and more efficient.

Duplicate Equipment
Changing colors in powder is typically very time consuming, resulting in loss of production. One way to reduce the time required for color change is the use of duplicate equipment. Many times, the pay back  for duplicate equipment is very short, due to the labor savings and improved production time. For example, many systems use different sets of hoses for lighter colors than they use for darker colors to save color change time and avoid cross contamination. Dedicated feed hoppers and cartridge modules provide the same convenience. Because the overspray must be contained, the recovery system is one common place for duplicate equipment. These can be dedicated to a particular color and seldom cleaned, saving labor and lost production time. Guns and pumps can also be dedicated to a particular color, although this is typically not practical.
A very common practice is the use of two or more booths, installed in a roll on/roll off arrangement. The booths can be dedicated to a particular color or color changed while in the off-line position. This arrangement
provides the fastest possible color change with the lowest risk of cross contamination

Booth Movers

In most systems that use two booths, the booths have v-groove wheels that ride on a track to move them onto, or off, of the line. Movement of the booth is accomplished by pushing until the wheels hit a steel
Figure 3-23 – On/Off Line Duct Arrangement for Cyclone Recovery System stop mounted at the end of the track. If the booth is too large to be moved manually, a powered booth mover can be installed to roll the
booth on and off the line.

When a cartridge module booth is rolled off line, the entire assembly booth, controls, guns and recovery system moves as one piece. With a cyclone type system, the extraction duct must have two connections. When the booth is on line, one connection is used and the other is capped. When you move the booth off line, the connections are reversed.





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With effect from 1st July 2004, we have entered into a technical collaboration with M/s Protech Chemicals Ltd of Montreal, Canada. This collaboration will provide Asian Paints Industrial Coatings Ltd access to Protech's wide range of products and formulations. This collaboration is in line with the Asian Paint group philosophy of providing customers with a complete range of products including the latest technologies in vogue internationally.
Protech is the largest powder coating manufacturer in Canada having four manufacturing facilities in Canada , U.S.A and Brazil. Protech is amongst the top 10 manufacturers of powder coatings in the world.
Protech has a wide range of products covering almost all chemistries.
This new association between Asian Paints Industrial Coatings and Protech will now make available new products as well as new generation powder technologies. The wealth of experience and technology this collaboration brings, will enable Asian Paints to significantly upgrade the offerings to its powder customers and would add significant value addition to end products.

M Rawat, General Manager - Marketing & Technology, Asian Paints Industrial Coatings Ltd

Hello sir we were on the job of developing and trials of a liquid based water based conductive paint, which we have successfully developed and we have been able to quote mdf boards electrostatically  just like any metal component, 
Regards Pradeep Kapoor New Delhi

Dear sir,
We are Manufacturers and exporters of all types of overhead/floor conveyor e.g. overhead conveyor (3 & 4 wheel type) and Floor conveyor Slat, Belt, Roller, Bucket elevator, and Top roller chain. Thanking you



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