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JULY 2006

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Mitsuba introduces the Electro-Mechanical Reciprocator XL-Series.

The Electro-Mechanical Reciprocator manufactured by MITSUBA SYSTEMS , possesses the capability to vary the speed & stroke to suit the conveyor speed and the jig height.

The reciprocator are electrically driven via AC geared motor, giving gentle and distinct motion. The advanced control system of the reciprocators is designed to control reciprocating speed, stroke length & multi speed operations, thus ensuring the best possible coating results. Each reciprocator can accommodate up to 8 automatic guns and can this be used even where high line speeds are employed.

The reciprocator can be coupled to a standard ‘X' axis horizontal movement system such that an advanced part sensing system like the magic eye can move them in / our of the booth while keeping track of the change in width of the part of the object to be coated.


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Indian Powder Manufacturers may plan for a price hike.
The major challenges faced by Powder coating manufacturers in today’s market include competition, the high cost of energy and strong increases in raw material costs. During the past several months the prices of raw materials have increased by a substantial amount.  Prices of Polyester resins goes up by 15 to 16%. Epoxy resins may go up further due to increase in prices of Bisphenol-A. The impact of such increases will leave practically no options for Powder Manufacturers but to enhance prices A number of other raw materials are also on the escalation path. Is it a distress call? Is this the time to re-evaluate the price structure of powder paints or will the fear of competition force the powder manufacturer to absorb this impact? It is the time for responding to these challenges

One of the leading powder manufacturer said,"
What is more surprising is the fact that the Indian Powder manufacturers continue to brave the situation and absorb the price rise. How they are able to do so is a mystery. As a result of this customer's in India are having a field time.

Another manufacturer mentioned I feel fear of competition can not force a manufacturer to make cash loss.  Now a very little or no scope is left of absorbing the raw material price increase. Therefore the prices of powder coating will have to go up substantially.

A different picture is presented by a 400 tons per year manufacturer who feels the larger giants are to blame for this. He said, We have to follow the big manufacturer for the price and now the trend is Marpol, Asian, Berger are either not increasing the price or keeping it low.  They have new unit in tax holiday zone. We can not do that.
IPC feels, it's now time to let the economy decide the price structure.

Reichhold Announces List & Off-List Price Increases on Polyester Powder Coating Resins Due to Higher Raw Materials and Transportation Costs
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, May 25, 2006 -- Reichhold, Inc. announced price increases today of $0.04 - $0.08 per pound on all FINE-CLAD® polyester powder coating resins sold in North America. These increases are effective for all orders shipped on or after June 15 for both list-priced and off-list priced products.

"We have found it necessary to increase our selling prices on these specific products due to recent escalations in raw materials and increased transportation costs," said Reichhold Specialty Resins Business Manager Bob Gilliam.

"We appreciate the understanding of our customers as we strive to provide technically superior products within a volatile raw material environment," Gilliam said. "We continue to invest in our manufacturing capabilities and new product development to meet customer needs both today and into the future," he concluded.

Reichhold customers will be contacted by their sales representatives regarding the specific increases applied to individual products. <more>

Berger net rises 34.5%, to offer bonus in 3:5 ratio
Kolkata, June 07: Berger Paints India Ltd on Tuesday reported a net profit of Rs 74.38 crore for the year 2005-06, registering a growth of 34.5 per cent over the last year and announced issue of bonus shares in the ratio of 3:5.

Announcing the company`s results, Berger Paints Managing Director Subir Bose here said that for the first time its turnover crossed the Rs 1,000 crore mark during the year to Rs 1,030.50 crore recording 19.4 per cent growth over 2004-05.

The company during the last quarter ending March 2005, had recorded a net profit of Rs 13.71 crore against 13.63 crore for the same period last year.

The company also recommended a final dividend of re 1 per share of Rs 2 each (50 per cent) for the year ended march 31, 2006. An interim dividend of 50 per cent has already been paid, thereby making a total dividend of 100 per cent.

The board today approved increasing the company`s authorized capital to Rs 65 crore from Rs 40 crore.

The proposals were subject to shareholders approval at the forthcoming AGM.

During the year, the company`s powder coating plant at Jammu having a 2400 tonne capacity had begun operations. <more>

PaintExpo Presents the Entire Spectrum of Industrial Painting Technology
PaintExpo International Trade Fair for Industrial Painting Technology in Karlsruhe, from the 10th through the 13th of October, 2006 (box) Neuffen, 01.06.2006 - More quality, economy and environmental friendliness – requirements which show no mercy where painting and coating of metals, wood and wooden materials, plastics and other materials are concerned. With PaintExpo, the painting industry once again has a trade fair which offers a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the fields of liquid painting, powder coating, coil coating, paints and pre-treatment. The international trade fair for industrial painting technology will take place at the Karlsruhe Exhibition Centre from the 10th through the 13th of October, 2006.

Roughly 4 months before PaintExpo opens its doors for the first time in Karlsruhe, 143 exhibitors from inside and outside of Germany have already registered (as of 26 May 2006). They come from the fields of equipment and application technology, drying, automation and conveyor technology, paints, paint stripping, cleaning and pre-treatment, environmental engineering, air supply, exhaust air and wastewater treatment, disposal, measuring and test technology, quality assurance, accessories, job-shop coating, service, training and research. Nearly all of the leading suppliers of painting technology and important paint manufacturers will be on hand. Jürgen Haußmann, managing director of event promoter FairFair GmbH, also reports that numerous exhibitors will present their products and services at very large booths. Various exhibitors have even doubled their floor space in comparison with the last PaintTech, allowing them to offer live demonstrations of their equipment.

Innovative Solutions for Liquid Painting
An important topic for PaintExpo in the field of liquid painting is the reduction of solvent emissions in accordance with requirements set forth in the VOC directive. The specified limit values can be adhered to by various means, for example through the use of low-solvent painting systems, or by switching to water based paints or powdered enamels. Beyond this, paint consumption can also be reduced in many cases with modern application systems. Where the use of multi-component paints is concerned, increased process reliability, for example by means of dependable and easy to use mixing and dosing systems, is of prime importance. Smaller and smaller lot quantities and the ever increasing variety of hues represent a special challenge for the operators of painting and coating systems. In this case, system concepts which are consistently laid out for maximum flexibility assure economic operation and a sharp competitive edge. PaintExpo offers comprehensive information and solutions for a broad range of topics covering all aspects of liquid painting and powder coating with regard to systems technology as well as coating materials.

Reduced Powder Coating Costs
How can efficiency be increased for the initial coat, how can throughput be boosted, reproducible coating quality be achieved and personnel expenses be reduced with the help of additional automation – these are some of the questions which enjoy top priority in the field of powder coating. And the painting technology trade fair will provide the answers with the latest developments in powder conveying and application systems, as well as innovative modular controls which are distinguished by optimised user friendliness and process reliability. <more>

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Vijay Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.

Vijay Enterprises is a leading manufacture of powder coating materials (PCM) in India. VIJAY COAT today stands as a Reliable source of High Quality and Durable Powder Coating materials at very reasonable prices. Vijay's PCM find extensive application for industrial and other demanding applications. Vijay enterprises was incorporated in 1995 with a view to supplying quality PCMs to Indian industry. Vijay's manufacturing set up is equipped with best machines from M/s Buss AG Switzerland who are world's largest manufacturer of Powder Coating Machines. Vijay has now established itself and earned a name for its quality supplies and prompt delivery at very economic prices. VIJAY has multi-locational production facilities near Ahmedabad in western India and at Silvassa in the U T of Dadra & Nagar Haveli, 200 Kms off Mumbai. This makes it a competitive source of PCMs to all customers. 

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Berger international Limited to sell its stake in Dutch Boy Philippines
Asian Paints through its wholly owned subsidiary, Asian Paints International Limited owns 50.1 % stake in Berger International Limited (BIL). BIL controls 30 % stake in Dutch Boy, Philippines. On 9 June 2006, BIL entered into a conditional stock purchase agreement with Wilson V. Ko, for himself and on behalf of a juridical entity to be organized by him to sell 427,000 shares of common stock (= 30 %) with an overall value of USD 2,340,290.95 to the Purchaser. Completion of the disposal will be on the 180th day after the agreement. According to Jalaj Dani, President International & Chairman Berger International Limited explained that the proceeds from the disposal will be used for Berger International Limited's working capital purposes and to fund the operations of the Berger International group.

Berger Paints goes green
Berger Paints Bahrain was recently awarded the ISO14001 certification for excellence in environmental management.

Berger is the first paint company in Bahrain to obtain this certification, said a spokesman. Berger Paints was also the first paint company in Bahrain to be awarded the ISO9002 certification in 2000, he said.<more>

Berger paints expansion plans
KOLKATA: Berger Paints has pipped Goodlass Nerolac to move to the second slot. It has become the second-largest paint company, overtaking Goodlass on net consolidated sales for the first time. The gap between the two is just Rs 10 crore now.

The paint major plans to invest around Rs 55 crore this fiscal for setting up an automotive finishing plant at Rewari, Haryana and scaling up its existing facilities. It has also tied up with Tata Motors for supplying paint to latter’s auto unit at Pune <more>

Goody’ bids Nerolac goodbye after 30 years
MUMBAI, JUNE 19: Goody the tiger is retiring to his den for good. The smiling mascot that has lingered in public memory for over three decades is being given a farewell by paint company Goodlass Nerolac.
“It’s a reflection of the changing times,” says HM Bharukha, the company’s managing director. And there’s no substitution planned for the lovable mascot, he confirms.

But Goody is not alone in his journey back to oblivion. Goodlass Nerolac itself is being renamed Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd, and is in the process of a total corporate image makeover. A new logo ‘KN Nerolac’ has been launched, in blue and red colours, a new identity that will span all Nerolac products in a phased manner beginning August 2006. The change will also be reflected on the company’s colour boards, letterheads and office signages.

DSM to expand its production capacity with 10 kt of polyester powder coating resins in Spain

06/07/2006 - DSM Coating Resins decided to expand the capacity for polyester powder coating resins of its production plant at Santa Margarida (Spain). Implementation is already under way and will be finished soon. The new capacity will be available as of July 1st, 2006 onwards. Advertisement

Dimitri de Vreeze, Business Unit Director of DSM Coating Resins, comments: "The expansion is necessary to keep up with our continuous efforts on Innovation and therefore maintain DSM's leadership position in polyester powder coating resins. This expansion comes in addition to the other recently announced capacity expansions for the same type of resins at both our production sites in Asia. It reconfirms DSM's strong commitment to the coating resins Industry"

Degussa puts colorants and polyesters plants in Shanghai on stream
On 12 June, Degussa AG, Düsseldorf (Germany), celebrated the start-up of its new polyesters and colorants plants at its multi-user site (MUSC), located in Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP). The investments are pooled in Degussa Specialty Chemicals (Shanghai), a subsidiary of Degussa's Chinese holding Degussa (China) Co., Ltd. The polyesters and colorants plants of the Coatings & Colorants Business Unit are the first projects at this site. The coating polyesters of the Polyesters & Adhesive Resins Business Line are used mainly in coil and can coating systems. For both in-plant and point-of-sale, the Colorants Business Line produces and develops pigment pastes and colour tinting systems that are aimed particularly at the paints, coatings, and related industries.

Western Spray Painting settles suit
A settlement agreement between the trustees of the now-defunct Western Spray Painting employee stock ownership plan and the U.S. Department of Labor will mean payment of about $1.2 million in restitution to the plan and $236,667 in civil penalties.

The agreement restores more than $1.2 million to be distributed to workers and retirees. Western Spray Painting Inc., based in Stockton, produced liquid and powder coating for metal and plastic parts.

The settlement resolves a lawsuit against trustees Mark S. Singleton, Jill Singleton and Carolyn B. Bennett for alleged violations of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act in connection with improper stock purchases with assets of the plan. <more>

POWDER COATING 2006 Looks Back as the Industry Moves Forward
As the Powder Coating Institute (PCI) celebrates its 25th Anniversary, PCI continues to strive to provide the industry with an outstanding conference and trade show that educates the end user on the value of a powder coated finish, how to improve their products with powder coatings and make their manufacturing operations more productive and profitable.

POWDER COATING 2006, PCI's long running conference and trade show, is the only event in North America where finishers can gather to learn everything there is to know about powder coating.<more>

CFC International to be acquired by Illinois Tool Works
Worldwide holographic and specialty coated film manufacturer CFC International, Inc. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by an affiliate of Illinois Tool Works Inc. for USD 16.75 cash per share. The price represents a premium of approximately 48% over the closing price as of 19 June 2006 for CFC's stock of USD 11.30 per share. Under the terms of the agreement, which was recommended by a special committee comprised entirely of independent directors of CFC and unanimously approved by CFC's Board of Directors, ITW, through a subsidiary, will acquire all outstanding shares of common stock of CFC for USD 16.75 per share. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2006.

Why the penguin?

Jotun took its name from Norwegian mythology and the Jotunheimen moutain range. Originally our logo was a hammer which Jotun had stolen from Thor, the God of thunder. During the 1930's the hammer became a political symbol and was, therefore, replaced by a gigant carrying Thor's hammer over his shoulder.


The gigant looked more like a troll and was replaced by a reindeer in flight with the Jotunheimen mountains in the background. But it still wasn't right. It was then that the penguin was suggested, a natural choice given Gleditsch's whaling background in the Antarctic, and that the penguin is attractive yet tough. The logo was modernised in the 1970s to bring the international side to the fore by drawing a globe around the penguin. These days Jotun's penguin has really gone global and is recognised all over the world.

Why the penguin? you may wonder. The stylized image of a penguin is a prominent feature of Jotun’s logotype and is there for a reason. It appears because Jotun’s founding father Odd Gleditsch, who started out as whaler ship supplier, sailed to the arctic seas in the early 1920’s.
There he noticed how penguins lived, saw the way they took care of their offspring, family and the group in a responsible manner that impressed him deeply. When Jotun was established 1926, Odd Gleditsch felt the penguin symbolized the caring and responsible family company values he envisioned.
Today Jotun calls this The Penguin Spirit, which is summed up in four words: Loyalty, Care, Respect and Boldness And eighty years down the road a prosperous family company it still is, now with a third generation Gleditsch as chairman of the board, and still headquartered in Sandefjord, southern Norway.



  Seminar Events Exhibitions  
Internationale Strategiekonferenz Karosserielackierung
13.7. - 14.7. 2006
Vincentz Network

28th Annual Short Course Advances in Emulsion Polymerization and Latex Technology
7.8. - 11.8. 2006
Dr. F. Joseph Schork, School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology .

Latincoat 2006
8.8. - 10.8. 2006
Sao Paulo/Brazil
Avila-Agnelo Editora



  Powder Coating Manual, Air Management-- (Part - 54)  

3 Air Management
Air management means control of air volume, velocity, airflow direction, filtration, temperature and humidity. In a facility that includes a powder coating system, air management affects the performance of the equipment, the comfort of the workers, and the system efficiency. It is a mistake to install a powder system without planning for proper air management. Air volumes and velocities affect the ability of the powder booth to contain overspray and they can affect transfer efficiency. Control of air affects worker comfort and prevents gasses from escaping the oven. Good management of air provides the lowest possible expense for energy. For peak efficiency, it is important to manage the behavior of the air within the plant.

Air management for the powder system is often not given the same consideration as other issues even though it is important to the function of the individual pieces of equipment and the finish quality. Other issues that are a natural part of a manufacturing operation make it difficult for a manager to take the time to learn the details of air management   All of the equipment in the coating system uses air movement as part of the operation. The system is designed to move air of a certain volume, in a certain direction, at a certain velocity and maintain a certain temperature and humidity.

Air Volume
The volume of air is critical to the performance of the equipment and the overall system. The air volume from exhaust will set up a chain reaction of air movement and create a deman d for air supply. For every cubic foot a minute (CFM) of air that is exhausted, one cubic foot per minute will enter the building. Air management means having a deliberate supply of the proper volume of filtered and tempered air instead of allowing it to infiltrate through holes in the building. In a building that is exhausting air and  pulling in make-up air by infiltration a number of problems can occur with the performance of the equipment.

Air ManagementAir Control for the Equipment

Each piece of equipment has a need for air management. Powder booths, ovens, and washers can have problems related to lack of control over airflow.

Powder Booths
Powder booths are designed to provide containment of oversprayed powder. The reclaim system pulls the powder and air mixture to the filter system and collects the powder for reuse. Containment is accomplished by moving air at a specific velocity across the openings of the booth shell (100 to 140 fpm/30 to 43 mpm).  If the air speed into the booth is too fast, it will interfere with transfer efficiency. If it is too slow, overspray may migrate out of the booth and land on the parts in-progress or on other surfaces. Cross-drafts from openings in the building or improperly installed discharge duct can interfere with the booth containment air and pull powder out of the booth. Powder particles that escape the containment system of the booth are dirt particles that will create rejects.

If the building is under negative air pressure there is no control of air direction, volume or velocity. Powder may be allowed to migrate out of the spray booth and into the general atmosphere, creating a messy environment and wasting powder material. Cross-drafts occur and powder is lost from containment.

Also, air that infiltrates through openings in the building carries an excess amount of dirt into the building that may cause coating rejects. Airflow around the booth needs to be quiet and controlled. The ideal way to control the area around the booth and application area is by enclosing the spray booth in a separate application room and treating  the air inside the room independently from the rest of the building. The air in the room should be supplied through the use of an HVAC, an air handler that provides heating, ventilation and cooling. The HVAC system supplies enough outdoor air to maintain positive pressure in the room with a slight discharge at the product openings (around 0.01”
water column).

The HVAC controls the temperature between 60 and 80 °F (15.6 and 26.7 °C) and the humidity between 50 and 70% RH so that pressurization prevents unwanted cross drafts that might interfere with containment or with transfer efficiency.

The powder room should be big enough to provide space for the booth and all of the reclaim equipment. Operators must be able to move around the booth area without restriction. Clearance is necessary  for removal of cartridge modules from the booth for color change  And powder material must be stored with the powder room or in a separate air-conditioned room nearby.


Ovens need supply air to avoid excessive heat roll-out and to keep exhaust gases and by-products of combustion from escaping into the building. The oven is usually slightly negative in pressure because of the exhaust. Air will move across the oven opening to make up for exhaust air.

If the air speed in the oven is too fast it can blow parts off the racks or powder off of the parts. If the air is not turned over fast enough through the proper exhaust volume, the oven interior may become saturated with gases and cause discoloration of the parts. The recirculation and the exhaust fan air volume and velocity is important to the function of the oven.

The product opening will have warm air migrating out around the top, due to expansion from heat, and cool air migrating in at the bottom to replenish air that is being exhausted. Air seals designed to contain the heat roll-out should have manifolds with slots that can be independently adjusted at the bottom and the top. This way, it is possible to aim the top slots in towards the oven interior a little and the bottom ones out a little to discourage the natural tendency of the air movement and create a more even air flow. This will reduce the heat roll-out and dirt infiltration.

Powered air curtains at the entrance of powder cure oven can cause uncured powder to be blown off of the parts. A cure oven entrance that is fitted with an infrared booster section or a heat relief hood is preferred to avoid disturbing the uncured powder.

In buildings that have negative air pressure, back-drafts can occur. This can cause the burners to go out or it can trip the oven airflowswitch and turn the oven off. A nuisance shut down in the oven will require a complete start-up cycle with an oven purge. Purge times can be as long as 30 minutes. Pressurization of the building prevents backdrafts.

The washer needs supply air in order for the exhaust fans to perform their job of vapor containment. If the air speed of the exhaust fan is  too fast, it will cause excessive moisture and chemical to be pulled up into the exhaust; too slow, and the vapor may roll out of the opening. Containment velocity for the washer should be between 150 and 200 feet per minute (45 to 61 meters per minute). In a building with negative air pressure it is common to have air movement that creates a wind-tunnel in the washer and carries vapor out of the opening, especially if the washer is in line with a dock door. Pressurization will prevent air from moving in one direction at a high enough velocity to disturb the containment air of the washer.  All of the equipment in the coating system will function best when the environment is controlled. Peak performance of coating materials and the efficient operation of the oven and washer depend on a reasonable and steady temperature.

Consider some of the benefits of properly filtered AMU:
• limited dirt infiltration
• no back-draft down exhaust stacks
• no condensation inside building
• proper air flow for containment of overspray in spray booths
• filtered supply air to all of the process equipment
• no flame-out of gas burners
• no accumulation of gases or smokes in the building
• no loss of water vapor from the washer
• the best possible worker comfort

Proper air management provides an opportunity to control the process. Process control is the tool used to track the operation and control the variables. Control of process variables can lead to the highest possible quality levels and the lowest operating cost. Control of air volume is essential to process control.




Dear Sir,
I want the complete details of Manufacturers of Powder Coating in Russia. Sir, if you have any details kindly email me as soon as possible.
I will be very thankful to you.
Thanks & Best Regards,

Dear sir,
Thanks for your reply, I want to know about the powder coating to be done on wood materials. I read the article about low temperature powder i.e to be applied on wood, MDF products. if it launched in India or whether it is in research stage. Guide me.

We introduce our selves as one of the leading surface finishing plant supplier in western Maharashtra & Planning to operate on all over India 
Thanking you,
For M/S Creative Systems
Sanjay Jayawant.


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