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India's Powder Manufacturing capacity
Many of our subscribers be surprised to see a tabular analysis instead of a
regular pie chart which appeared
regularly at this space in this month every year.
There has been a change in policy matters of some of the major powder
manufacturers around the nation to not to disclose the powder
production figures. Also many of the medium sized powder manufacturers
are extremely reluctant to give away their production figures. The reason
for this iron curtain policy is unknown. This has made our analysis a bit
difficult, and the pie chart meaningless. In the absence of production
figures of some major companies we have decided
to tabulate these figures alphabetically.
With the data we collected during the past few months, it seems that the
total production of powder coatings in India has climbed up to 39,000 tons.
This is 5000 tons more than last years figure of 34000 tons.
to this data collection we had been running an opinion poll on our website
for our viewers estimate of the size of the Indian Market. The poll
results show the shown in the adjacent graph. 35% of the voters have voted
for a figure of 45000 tons.
Despite of all this confusion, the Indian Powder coating Industry appears to
be dominated by Polycoat
Powders Ltd. It
Produced 5400 tons of powder last year. Polycoat Powders Ltd., is an
associate company of M/s. Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd., occupying the No.1
position in the powder coating segment in India. Polycoat Powders Ltd. is an
ISO-9001 certified company and is engaged in the manufacture of
Thermosetting Powder Coatings since 1984. The powders are manufactured in
technical collaboration with Kansai Paints - Japan which is among the top 10
Coating companies in the world. The manufacturing facilities for Powder
Coating are at Lote Parshuram in Ratnagiri district, Maharashtra & at
This seems to be
followed by Marpol Pvt
Ltd producing 4940 tons. Marpol is one of the leading
manufacturers of Powder Coatings in India. It offers over 1300 shades of
powders in a range of chemistries, finishes and gloss levels, for almost any
type of interior or exterior application.
Commenting on the analysis Venugopal,VP-Marketing. Marpol said,
In the OEM segment of the
consumer durable &appliances, Polycoat holds the leadership
while Marpol is the undisputed leader in
the Job coating market. Its is now understood that the powder
coating industry has two distinct leaders in two distinct battle grounds."
Let's now talk about production figures from some of the manufacturers the
manufacturers. This is given below in an alphabetical order.
Production in Tons
Berger Paints India Ltd
Colour Coats Powder Paints,
Kripton Powder Paints Pvt Ltd
Maharani Paints India Pvt Ltd
Marpol Chemicals Ltd,
Neat Koat Inc
Paramount Powders Inc
Parth Chemtech (Nice Coat)
Polycoat Powders Ltd
Rajit Paints Ltd
Rapid Engg Co Pvt. Ltd
Sharp Coatings Pvt Ltd
Titan Paints and Chemicals Ltd
Bijoy Mukherjee informed us on
phone that Berger Paints India Ltd produced 3600 tons of powder during the last year. Ashok
Sharma the vice president is also a regular visitor to our website.
Sunil of Bharat Coatings informed us from Haryana
"Our company produced
200 tons of powder
during the last It. We also have dealers in Gujarat Himachal and a few other states. I am the only person handling my business,
I am just 26 years old and I started powder production three years back.
The growth rate has been in double digits.I found your website while searching Google about three months back for powder coating . Your site is the only website in India where I find
all the information powder coating."
Sunil suggested to update the city wise job coaters list on our
Deepak Muley of Color Coat, Pune informs a figure of 150 tons . "It was
60 tons last year. we target it to 250 tons. Since we are a expert team with
25 years of experience, we manufacture best quality powder."
, he said
Mega Chadha from Icon Powders informed in her email
"We have three lines of production with a capacity of 100kgs, 150kgs and
250kgs. With a monthly production capacity of 120 tons on 8 hours single
For our last Fiscal year 2006-07 we produced 550 tons." Deepak Madan from
Kripton Powder Paints P. Ltd informed us a figure of 1460 tons, Maharani Paints (I) Pvt Ltd produced 2160 tons of powder in 2006-07,
informed RK Bhatia
AK Tripathi of Paramount said
"Your website is often used
by some of the companies for their own commercial use". He suggested
"You must avoid
that. The information provided by sponsors and advertisers sometime
merges with the information provided by your website, and gives an incorrect
impression as if its your website's information. This gives a negative
impact on your credibility.Also the annual powder production analysis you do is often
Certain manufacturers provide exaggerated figures to raise there position in
He further confirmed
"We produced 1700 tons last year. Our OEM and other market ratio now will be
around 40:60 approx."
Ajit Gupta from Rapid Coat said
"Our Production and sales figure for 2006-07 were
2000 tons of epoxy -polyester
and 750 tons of plastic powder."
Kuldeep Verma of Sharp Coating in Faridabad confirmed a figure of 420
tons. From Titan Paints and Chemicals Ltd Manmoham Samantra
informed to produce 990 tons while Sambhiaya of Trident in his
telephonic talks said " We made
around 120 tons. Our presence is basically in South India
Jayesh Ponda from
Vijay Enterprises informed
"We did 775
tons last year. Most of our supplies are through distributor".
To get an estimate of the total figure we had to add an estimated value of
the rest of the manufacturers
which totals up to
39,000 tons. We have arrived this figure by adding:
a. Production figures officially declared by the manufacturers.
b. For the companies from which the data was not available, we assumed it
being the same as last year.
c. For those who have given us no clue, we have depended on third party
Mukul Bhore of DOW chemical mentioned earlier that approximately 10,000 tons of epoxy was used
last year for producing the powder coatings . DOWs
contribution is about 10 percent. "We are aiming it to be 50 %" he
suggested that India Powder Coating should try to collect further details of
the powder consumption like the amount of powder used for refrigerators
washing machines air conditioners etc. The will give a correct growth
He further suggested that data about the Pipe Coating market, which is about 10 percent of the
epoxy market. should also be incorporated in the analysis.
There is always a
and Ms Liu Zexi from Asia Coat informed in her email,
"In China, our figure
is 510,000 ton in 2005 and we are doing statistic works about 2006
now". This figure is about 15 times more than the Indian Production. Further more some
of the Chinese white goods giants produce their own powder. Our sources
indicate, Haier, China, a producer of household appliances make about
7,000 tons of powder per year for there own use. This is more that India's No 1 Powder
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.
On the request of Mayur Chem Distributors Pvt Ltd from Kolkota we have added
a new page to our directories. The Powder
Coating Suppliers page.
Almost all the powder manufacturers have a dealer network present in most of
he major cities. This is the link which connects the powder user to the
powder manufacturer. We invite all the powder dealers to promote there
business through our new page. Please visit
for other promotion options
Automatic Powder Coating Package
Automatic Powder Coating Package-
In the new world of hyper competition automation is your competitive
advantage. Powder coaters across the world are reaping the benefit
of Mitsubas automatic powder coating package.
Mitsuba’s experience having set up hundred’s of automatic plant will
help you reduce your labour charges and step up productivity.
Automation will also ensure consistent coating quality. With the
Patented Infiniti Technology (U.S. Patent No. 5678770) rest assured
of the longevity of the gun.
The Mitsuba Automatic System consists of:
Spray Booth with Recovery
Powder Management System to Recycle Over-Sprayed Powder and mix with
fresh Powder in Desired Proportion.
Magic Eye Powder optimization hardware.
Automatic guns are mounted on Electro Mechanical Reciprocators.
These have variable stroke and speed to ensure enhanced flexibility
to coat a wide variety of products.
The reciprocator is electrically driven via an AC geared motor
giving a gentle and distinct motion. The advanced control system of
the reciprocator 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 be used where high line speeds are employed.
The Magic Eye part sensing systems will automatically maintain part
to gun distance. That means if you coating a box, then gun, which is
mounted on reciprocator, will move backward. And if flat sheet is
coated after box, gun, which is mounted on reciprocator, will
automatically move forward to maintain desired gun to part distance.
It will smartly select optimum number of guns required to be keep
on. It will automatically switch off the gun when there is no part
in front of the guns. This will reduce over spray of powder.
For higher productivity and a relaxed state of mind use Mitsuba
powder optimization hardware with Automatic powder coating package.
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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.
Asian Paints to set up mega plant in Haryana
India's leading paint manufacturer Asian
Paints has received a green signal to set up a mega paint plant in Haryana's
The Haryana Investment Promotion Board Tuesday decided to provide 160 acres
of land to Asian Paints at Rohtak's industrial model township (IMT).
The plant will come up in Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's home
Financial Commissioner (Industries) P.K. Chaudhary said that the plant, on
full capacity utilization, will have a turnover of Rs.46 billion (Rs.4,600
crore). The annual capacity of the plant will be 400-500 KL of paint.
He said that the plant will generate annual revenues of Rs.400 million for
the state and Rs.7 billion for the central government.
The company will invest Rs.6 billion in the first phase and create 1,100
The IMT at Rohtak is being set up on the lines of the IMT at Manesar near
Gurgaon, which has attracted billions of dollars in investment from foreign
and Indian investors. <more>
Asian Paints arm to sell stake in Asia Paints Queensland Asian Paints
said on Friday that Asian Paints (Q, N,C,F)* (International), Mauritius, a
wholly owned subsidiary of the company, entered into a share purchase
agreement for sale of its entire stake in Asia Paints (Queensland) on Jun.
14, 2007, subject to due diligence.
Further the company said that above share purchase agreement is subject to
requisite approvals as may be necessary. <more>.
PPG announces new appointment for refinish business
The automotive refinish business of PPG
Industries has appointed Lee Smith as director of strategic growth and
acquisitions for PPG Automotive Refinish, North America, with effect from 1
Smith has served as director of PPG Refinish Canada since 2002. Brian
Roberson, senior account manager for PPG Aerospace, will succeed Smith in
In his new position, Smith will be responsible for developing growth
strategies to meet short- and long-term profit and growth objectives. Smith
will relocate to the North American headquarters for PPG Automotive Refinish
in Strongsville, Ohio.
Headquartered in Pennsylvania, US, PPG supplies automotive original and
refinish coatings, flat glass, automotive original and replacement glass,
continuous-strand fibreglass and chlor-alkali and speciality chemicals. The
company has around 30,000 employees and 125 manufacturing facilities and
equity affiliates in more than 20 countries.
Recently, Asian PPG, an equal joint venture between PPG Industries and Asian
Paints, acquired ICI India's automotive refinish business for US$12m, to
support the growth of its automotive refinish business in India.
Berger Paints ties up with Cartoon Network
KOLKATA: Berger Paints India has tied up with Cartoon Network, a Time Warner
company, to get a slice of the Rs. 5,000-crore kids' product market.
Berger on Wednesday launched a do-it-yourself kit, which would allow kids to
paint their walls with toon characters like Tom and Jerry. The product,
called Berger Kidz, can be used on existing walls or freshly painted ones
and can also be painted with professional help. Abhijit Roy, Senior General
Manager (Marketing), Berger Paints, said a paint product would be
distributed through non-paint channels like malls, toy shops and kids gift
stores. "We expect this to play a big role in the promotion of this niche
product,'' he said here at a press meet.
P. K. Sengupta, Senior Vice President (Retail), said the company, which was
now the number two in the Rs. 6,500-crore organised paints market, had been
having kids as part of its target audience. It recently launched a product
called `Galaxy,' which helped create glittering stars and moons on the
ceiling. The product, Mr. Roy said, was doing well. The toon paint was the
second offering, which promised high margins.
Jotun Continues to Grow Last year’s strong growth has continued the first four months of 2007, and
Morten Fon, President and CEO of Jotun, is satisfied with the effects of the
organic growth strategy.
By Rapeepat Jumnongjit
Jotun's sales this interim period (1 January – 30 April) totalled NOK 2,872
million, up NOK 420 million compared to the same period in 2006, while
operating profit increased from NOK 223 million to NOK 294 million. Group
profit before tax came to NOK 301 million, a 37 percent increase over the
2006 figure of NOK 220 million.
“We are satisfied with the growth that we have seen so far in 2007, and we
expect profitability in 2007 to exceed the level of 2006”, says President
and CEO Morten Fon.
Jotun Powder Coatings
The division has global segment responsibility for the powder coatings. The
product portfolio caters for the architectural, functional and industrial
market segments to both protect metal surfaces from corrosion and add colour
and style to their appearance.
The market situation for Jotun Powder Coatings is generally good. Both sales
and profit before tax grew during the first four months of the year compared
to the same period in 2006. Jotun Powder Coatings has achieved high sales in
markets like India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam. Margins are tight in
some markets because of high raw material prices, but in general, the
division’s profit has improved over this interim period.<more>
Jotun Promotes Safety And
Environmental Awareness On World Environment Day
Belle Chasse, LA - Jotun, a leading producer and supplier of paints,
coatings and powder coatings, furthers its commitment to workplace safety
and ecological preservation by celebrating World Environment Day with three
competitions aimed at promoting environmental and safety awareness among
employees and their families. The only paint manufacturer which is a member
of the Emirates Green Building Council, Jotun’s ecological initiatives
include a comprehensive recycling program which has enabled it to avoid
toxic leaks into the environment and reuse 9.6 million liters of its waste
water and 63,000 liters of its waste solvents last year.
The company awarded the winners of the ‘Poster’, ‘Slogan’ and ‘Locate &
Control the Hazard’ competitions during its World Environment Day
celebration yesterday, which was boosted by the presence of Mr. Redha Salman,
Head of Environment Protection and Safety Section of Dubai Municipality. In
addition to taking part in various activities, employees and their families
also had the opportunity to view the winning entries, which were on display
during the event.
Entries to the three contests were pre-judged and winners were declared at
the awarding ceremony. The poster competition was open only to school-age
children of employees, who had to highlight conservation of natural
resources, his/her role in pollution prevention and control and global
environmental issues with their choice of media, which were supplied by
Jotun. Aimed at raising safety awareness, the Locate & Control the Hazard
competition required participants to identify the hazard in the work area,
create and implement a corrective action plan and highlight the positive
results. <more> Defence firm gives warships ‘green’
coat of paint
Comment Warships might be the last thing you'd expect heralded as
environmentally friendly, but defence firm BAE Systems is claiming exactly
Changing the way they have painted the Type 45 anti-air warfare destroyer,
Govan-based BAE Systems have saved tens of thousands of pounds and enough
paint to cover 12 football pitches.
Solvent-based paint has been replaced by a powder-coating process for
component parts of the ship, cutting down the amount of solvents emitted
into the atmosphere.
At the same time, water and epoxy-based paints are being used instead of
solvent based ones for other parts of the ship, leading to greater levels of
recycling. This has cut the levels of landfill waste they produce by 326
tonnes a year.
As a result of the changes, BAE Systems are saving 12,600 litres of paint in
the Type 45 programme alone and have reduced emissions by 10 tonnes a year.
Their efforts have earned them Business Commitment to the Environment UK
Best Practice Award.
"This new method not only saves us time and money but is also more
environmentally-friendly, which is a huge bonus," said Fred Stephenson, BAE
Systems surface fleet solutions outfit manager. He added: "The days of
workers using a tin of paint and brush are long gone." <more>
Akzo to buy North American wood coating producer. Chemcraft Holdings, a producer of industrial
wood coatings based in Winston-Salem, NC, USA, will be sold to Akzo Nobel.
The transaction is anticipated to be completed in 3Q 2007. Chemcraft has
around 500 employees and nine production units located in Brazil, Canada and
the USA. In 2006, the company posted revenue of $145 M. Chemcraft will be
integrated into Akzo's Industrial Finishes unit based in Louisville, KY,
USA. For its coatings division, Akzo has just expanded capacity by 150,000
gallons/y and added around 11,000 sq ft of manufacturing space at its
automotive refinish unit in Pontiac, MI, USA. Akzo also recently opened its
fifth Chinese powder coatings unit in Chengdu. The company seeks to boost
its sales from China to $1 bn by 2010.
Lloyd's Register and International Paint join forces to support shipyards in
Coating Flash June 04 2007 Lloyd's Register and International Paint have
teamed up to offer shipyards in China step-by-step advice on how to prepare
to meet the requirements of the new Performance Standard for Protective
Coatings (PSPC) as the industry looks to increase vessel safety and
lifecycles by preventing corrosion. This new partnership has been offering
interested Chinese shipyards a free consultancy, or "gap analysis" survey,
comparing their current processes for coating a ship's water ballast tanks
to those that will be required under the PSPC regulations adopted late last
year by IMO, the International Maritime Organization. To date, Lloyd's
Register and International Paint (IP) have completed "gap analyses" for four
of China's biggest private and state-owned shipyards and have agreements in
place to extend this service to many other leading yards in the country.
Many yards in Korea, for example, have already begun accepting PSPC-compliant
contracts for new vessels. And while ships have yet to be built to the new
PSPC regulations, some yard executives believe the process may add 10% to
ICI brushes aside £7.2bn bid from Dutch rival ICI, one of Britain's most famous industrial
names, has rebuffed a takeover approach from Akzo Nobel, its Dutch rival,
valuing it at £7.2bn.
The Dutch chemicals company, which owns the Crown brand of paint in Britain,
is understood to have made an indicative offer of around 600p for ICI in the
past few weeks. The preliminary offer was rejected by the board of ICI, led
by chief executive John McAdam, as too low. Shares in ICI closed at 549p on
Akzo Nobel has long coveted ICI's very profitable paints business, Dulux
Takeover speculation has surrounded ICI for several months, helping to drive
up its shares by almost 25pc since the start of the year. Akzo Nobel has
long been tipped as the most likely suitor and was revealed on Saturday to
have mandated Morgan Stanley, the US investment bank, to advise it.
Akzo is flush with cash after selling its pharmaceutical division, Organon
Biosciences, to Schering-Plough of the US earlier this year for €11bn
(£7.5bn). The company has long coveted ICI's paints business, Dulux, one of
the most profitable in the world with strong market shares in Britain,
eastern Europe and Asia. <more>
Broken Arrow business destroyed by
(BROKEN ARROW, Okla.) June 4 - Fire investigators say they should know the
cause of a fire that destroyed a Broken Arrow business by Tuesday.
An employee found the fire about 4:30 this evening at Broken Arrow Powder
Coating, Inc. in an industrial park near Elm and Elgin.
Broken Arrow Powder Coating is a specialty paint shop specializing in lawn
furniture and car paints. The business specializes in power paint coats and
uses large ovens to melt the paint.
Neighbors say they saw flames coming from one of the ovens. The smoke plume
could be seen from mid-town Tulsa. <more>
<video> Art expert puts broken eagle
under careful eye
Margaret Little (left), a conservator at Winterthur, takes a look at the
shattered eagle with Lorraine Dion, Middletown's Main Street program
MIDDLETOWN -- An art expert Friday inspected Middletown's broken eagle, a
town icon perched for nearly a century atop a World War I monument in
Cochran Square that crumbled during a recent restoration attempt.
Town employees drove Margaret Little, an objects conservator at Winterthur
Museum, near Wilmington, to the town's water department on Lake Street where
a foreman showed her the partially reconstructed eagle and a box of pieces.
Little's prognosis: the eagle needs "an awful lot of repair," and a
reconstructed statue may not fare well in the elements.
"You do have enough parts and you might be able to put it back together, but
whether or not that would be able to stand what's going on in the outside
atmosphere is another question," said Little.
The eagle shattered about a month ago when the town had the monument
powder-coated, a process like painting that
would have baked on a brilliant gold sheen.
The eagle apparently had been broken and soldered together years ago. Before
the eagle was to be powder-coated, it was prepped in an oven, where it fell
to pieces. <more>
Sherwin-Williams, Paint Makers
Win Lead Suit Ruling (Update4) June 15
(Bloomberg) -- Sherwin-Williams Co., DuPont Co. and other former makers of
lead-based paint won dismissal of a suit by cities and counties in New
Jersey claiming the companies' products endangered public health.
The New Jersey Supreme Court said municipal and county officials can't sue
paint manufacturers for creating a public nuisance with their lead-based
coverings because state law doesn't give them the right to do so. Shares of
Cleveland-based Sherwin-Williams, the largest U.S. paint maker, rose 2.3
percent. Wilmington, Delaware-based DuPont rose 1.9 percent.
``It's a very unfortunate day for the lead-poisoned children in New
Jersey,'' said Fidelma Fitzpatrick, a lawyer representing the cities and
counties in the case. ``Children will continue to live with this poison in
their homes while the companies that put it there will continue to turn
their backs on the kids.'' <more>
TPR2 Introduces a Heat
Insulating, Fire Extinguishing Coating for Car of Tomorrow NASCAR
WATERBURY, CT - Dec 2006 - TPR2, Thermal Product Research, announces it's
latest new fire safety product for professional motorsports...a FIRE
EXTINGUISHING, FIRE BARRIER, FLEXIBLE WATERPROOF COATING. AFESTM (short for
Automatic Fire Extinguishing System) Flexible Fireshell(TM) Coating is the
first of its kind. This new product from TPR2 aggressively reacts to
extinguish flame, heat and the associated smoke that is produced during a
The environmentally friendly, water based coating is designed for and can be
applied to the protective wall panels being used in the new COT. It is also
effective at reducing heat soak on highly other plastics and components such
as fiberglass, carbon fiber and other composites used widely in professional
Per Rick Barone, VP of Marketing for TPR2, "There are no other fire
extinguishing coatings in the market like this, to our knowledge.
Significant challenges needed were overcome to meet and exceed the demanding
conditions professional racecars and drivers experience. The COT was a
considerable challenge, overcoming water resistance, low smoke, ease of
application, and weight constraints. We now have a stable of different
products to protect drivers and their equipment, including this
revolutionary insulating, fire extinguishing coating that will stay flexible
and is waterproof. "
This revolutionary waterbased coating can be applied directly to the
substrate and air dries. Besides extinguishing fires, it generates no smoke,
no fumes and will reduce the spread rate of fires, the company claims.
Incorporated in 2004, Thermal Product Research was created with a purpose of
creating new technology and safety products in the motorsports industry
worldwide. TPR2's technology includes: insulation, anti-explosion, fire
abatement, non-flammable and fire extinguishing products. TPR2's product
lines also include coatings, pellets, plastics & powder technologies.
More information as well as test videos on this coating can be found at
www.TPR2.com. You can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the company direct
Xiom Corp. Teams With New
West Babylon, NY - Xiom Corp., manufacturer of the first on-site plastic
powder coating spray system, has announced 50 percent ownership of a new
joint venture, New Bedford Coatings LLC of New Bedford, MA. This new venture
will focus on applying Xiom’s plastic protective coatings on the more than
700 sea-going fishing trawlers in the New Bedford Harbor fishing fleet. The
fleet is a $2B dollar commercial enterprise. Because Xiom’s coatings are
actually a hard plastic, they are more durable and weather resistant than
conventional powder coating and will provide the trawlers superior
protection against the elements at a fraction of previous maintenance costs.
Charlie Quinn, president of New Bedford Coatings LLC, says that “keeping
protective paint coatings on the fleet is a $200M proposition each year.” It
is expected that Xiom’s coatings — solvent-free plastic coatings that are
applied using Xiom’s portable application systems — will go a long way in
reducing that $200M annual maintenance bill. Xiom’s coatings are heavy duty
tough coatings that are designed for maximum protection in difficult
Powder coating primers from
E-Prime powder coating Powder coating is an effective way to achieve an
attractive, durable finish. With a array of colours to choose from, powder
coating can take your next commercial project to a new level.
But to ensure maximum durability of the finish, a little groundwork would
not go astray.
For metal surfaces such as steel and hot-dipped galvanised (HDG) steel, the
first step is to prime, prior to powder coating. This will give the metal
substrate additional protection, improving both the surface corrosion
resistance as well as the topcoat’s final appearance.
Where the surface of the steel has been pitted due to mill scale (an oxide
formed by hot rolling) or from sandblasting, priming can help to level the
surface prior to a topcoat being applied.
Dulux E-Prime powder coating has been formulated to penetrate crevices and
is the ideal primer for sharp profile/edges or complex metal shapes. It can
be used as a sandable filler for small surface imperfections and to provide
additional film thickness for improved corrosion protection.
Zincshield 2 is a zinc-rich epoxy powder coating specifically designed to
inhibit rust, with strong intercoat adhesion properties. Comprising 60% zinc
dust, Zincshield 2 is ideal for areas subject to high corrosion including
marine and industrial environments.<more>
Akzo Nobel sets $2 bln China
sales goal by 2012
AMSTERDAM, June 14 (Reuters) - Dutch chemical group Akzo Nobel NV (AKZO.AS:
Quote, Profile, Research)(AKZOY.O: Quote, Profile, Research) said on
Thursday it has set a target of reaching $2 billion in annual revenues in
China by 2012, with 20 percent of its total revenue coming from the Asia
Pacific region by then.
"China is clearly fundamental to our global strategic vision and we are
fully committed to expanding our activities in what is one of the world's
most important emerging markets," Akzo Nobel's Chief Executive Hans Wijers
said in a statement during a trip to China by the company's top executives.
Akzo Nobel said it currently has $800 million in revenue in China. <more>
Advances in Emulsion Polymerization and Latex Technolgy 4.6. - 8.6. 2007
Lehigh University Details ...
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Mixing for Uniform Batches: Improving Product Quality and Productivity
5.6. - 6.6. 2007
Coatings Research Institute, Sandra Tanner
Asia Pacific Coatings Show 2007 6.6. - 8.6. 2007
dmg world media (UK) Ltd., Jeff Montgomery
Powder Mixing Technology 11.6. - 14.6. 2007
The Center for Professional Advancement
European Coatings WebTutorial: The Chemistry of Polyurethane Coatings 11.6. - 12.6. 2007
FARBE+LACK WebSeminar: Lack, Modul Pigmente 11.6. - 14.6. 2007
Coating Wood and Wood Composites: Designing for Durability 23.7. - 25.7. 2007
30th Annual Short Course Advances in Emulsion Polymerization and Latex
Technology 6.8. - 10.8. 2007
Dr. F. Joseph Schork
Powder Coating Manual, System Maintenance (Part -
Overall system maintenance affects worker comfort, productivity, product
quality, and operating cost. The least expensive and most effective
maintenance of a coating system is a formalized planned maintenance program.
Planning what will be done, who will do it, what resources
they need to do it with and committing the time and resources to the task is
the correct way to keep the system running well. Fixing things
when they break is the most expensive and least effective way to operate a
Throughout this manual there are references to specific maintenance
practices and the importance of keeping the system in good working
condition. There are often situations where systems are not properly
maintained and excuses are offered; ”… we are too busy to take time
out for maintenance,“ ”… management does not supply us with parts or time
for maintenance.“ In reality, there is no good reason for not
maintaining the system. When it is new it runs correctly. When it is used it
will gradually deteriorate. To keep production at the best possible
level and meet quality goals requires a well designed planned maintenance
program that is performed on a regular basis.
Planned maintenance starts with the development of a Standard Operating
Procedure (SOP). Development of a planned maintenance SOP
involves certain steps.
Step 1: What needs to be done? Study the process with these questions in mind;
• what components of the system need periodic cleaning?
• what components of the system need to be replaced periodically?
• what needs to be lubricated?
• what items need to be inspected?
• what items need to be tested?
Step 2: How often? Determine how often these tasks need to be performed in order for the
system to run at peak efficiency.
Step 3: How long will it take? Determine how many man-hours are required for each task.
Step 4: Who will do it? Select the employee(s) who is/are best suited for each task.
Step 5: What materials are needed? List the materials that will be required for each task.
Step 6: When will it be done? Determine when each task will be performed.
Step 7: What tools will be required to do the work? List all of the equipment that will be necessary to conduct the
With the list of what, who, when, where and how the job will be done it is
possible to design a plan, schedule the activities, maintain a supply
of the materials needed and keep the system operating properly. A Standard
Operating Procedure is a document that clearly defines all
aspects of a specific maintenance requirement.
• Safety precautions
• Steps of the process
Like any plan, the maintenance SOP must be monitored for effectiveness and
adjusted if necessary. The following list is the recommended
tasks that are typically required for a powder system and the frequency that
they should be performed.
Other items may be needed in a particular system. It is important to
identify the maintenance items that affect system performance and
schedule the activities for servicing them. In addition to the maintenance
performed by company personnel, it is advisable to have an outside
contractor come in bi-annually to inspect, clean, calibrate and adjust the
mechanical components of the system. A qualified contractor can check all
belts for wear, inspect and clean fan blades, dismantle, clean, inspect and
adjust all burners, inspect the pumps and motors for wear, and test all of
the vital safety and operating controls. This provides an additional layer
of protection from emergency break-down and keeps the system operating at
Summary Do not underestimate the value of good maintenance. Proper attention to
the systems working components can be the difference between
failure and success of a powder coating system. Once a plan is in place and
the work is performed regularly, it takes very little time
away from production and makes production time more profitable.
We are powder coaters based in Nagpur as such we would like to enlist for
free registration under the Powder Coating Units - Maharashtra State, Nagpur.
Also kindly guide us as to where we can register for our consultancy and
turnkey services for manufacture & installation of powder coating units
which we undertake. Looking forward to your valued cooperation.
For AMA Extrusions Pvt. Ltd.,
Ms Fatema Maimoon
Moderator:We have listed you on our powder coating units page.
In your data base please change add our three new location in USA , one in
Netherlands and one in China
We are regular reader of your News letter and we find it very
interesting. We would like to give u suggestion for creating new segment
"POWDER COATING SUPPLIERS" in which you can register the names of the
various dealers of different companies for different states. This will help
the people to locate the powder paint supplier in required area. We are the
largest dealer of APICL (Powder Coatings) in Eastern zone catering the
maximum market of West bengal, Orrisa, Jharkhand, North east and Bihar. Hope you
will find our suggestion useful.
For Mayur Chem Distributors Pvt ltd
Moderator:based on your suggestion we already have started a
I have visited you website and the IPC-e-newsletter, many works you have
done! the content is quite sufficient
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Liu zexi www.asiacoat.com
remove any address with our domain included.
Thomas O. Adrien
V.P. Sales & Marketing
Burgess Pigment Company
am T.S.Ravi Kumar working with Berger Paints based at Hyderabad as Executive
- Sales (GI,Auto&Powder) covering entire AP. This website is wonderful and
hoping for the best with India Powder
Ravi Kumar, Trichurapalli
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