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News features.

"Safe Powder Coating Guidline"  from The European Council of the Paint, Printing Ink and Artists‘ Colours Industry (CEPE) ( Part3 )

Exhibitions and Conferences in June and July 2008

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Collective paint demand for the 10 countries covered has been estimated at 10.6 million tonnes. The individual market sizes are summarised in the table below:Information Research (IRL)
 
Country Paint demand in 2006 (tonnes)
China 5,137,500
India 1,225,000
Indonesia 282,900
Japan 1,854,000
Malaysia 132,600
Philippines 250,000
Singapore 173,000
South Korea 884,800
Thailand 439,700
Vietnam 233,600
TOTAL 10,603,100

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With the end of another financial year, it's once again time to estimate the powder production capacity of India. The estimated production figure rose from 14,000 tons in 2002-2003 to 18000 tons during 2003-2004. In 2004-2005 the figure went up to 20000 tons. 2005-2006 showed a steep rise to 34,000 tons slowing down to 39000 tons in 2006-2007.

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   Infomercial from Mitsuba Systems  
   
   

 Mitsuba Automatic Gun Movers – Reciprocator



 

 
Mitsuba Automatic Gun Movers – Reciprocator

Mitsuba presents the servo driven ultra smooth reciprocator for swift, clean and jerk-free gun movement.

The Reciprocators are capable of operating at different speeds in the same stroke giving you the flexibility to coat even the most complex parts without powder wastage.

Save up to 99 different configurations for various parts and minimise labour intervention for your powder coating process.

The control panel incorporates a most user friendly touch screen which self explains the operations. Two reciprocators can be operated on one panel.

Use Mitsuba's Electromechanical Reciprocators to mount Corona and Tribo powder guns as well as liquid spray guns.

The reciprocators are available in different stroke lengths and can load up to 8 automatic guns. The Patented Infiniti™ Automatic Corona guns paired with a wide range of powder spray nozzles will give you the best finish.

To view a video of the Reciprocators operating please click on the following link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xU9ZfSSaBsQ


To find out more about how Mitsuba can offer you the best equipment in the powder coating industry please feel free to contact us on the address / email id given below.

Mitsuba Systems (I) P Ltd,
34/H, Laxmi Indl Estate,
New Link Road,
Andheri (W),
Mumbai - 400 053
Tel: 2631 8633 /66924151/2/3
Fax-66924154
Email: mitsuba@vsnl.com 
Website: www.powdergun.com 
 
   


 

   Infomercial from Nordson  
   
   
 
 
Why Spray To Waste? Save powder!

Recovering your over sprayed powder means cutting the cost of your powder coating operations, instantly.
Powder recovery constitutes of three stages:
• Containment of the powder within the booth
• Transportation of the collected powder, and
• Conditioning the recycled powder ready for use again.
Nordson has solutions that help you effectively save powder in all three stages, to help you stop disposing and start saving!
Here is a video that depicts how Nordson powder booths effectively recovers powder using Cyclone technology, reclaiming more than 95% of your powder to be used again
Please click here for an animated video of the or click the play button.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBNPCMv2pBw

Please contact us for more details. Our proficient team will meet you right away to provide the best solutions for cost effective powder coating

Nordson India Private Limted
143 A, Bommasandra Industrial Area,
Bangalore – 560099
Tel: +91 80 4021 3600
Fax: +91 80 4021 3601
Email: nordsonindia@nordson.com
Website: www.nordson.com



 
   


 

Infomercial from Vijay Enterprises Pvt. Ltd

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. 

Vijay Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.

Admin. Office :
103, Gita Bhavan, 1st Floor, Opp. Vijay Transport,
Narol Char Rasta, AHMEDABAD 382 405.
GUJARAT. INDIA.
Telephone: +91-79-2532 9057, 25329374,Fax: +91-79-2535 9481
Email: jayesh@icenet.net
web: vijay-powdercoat.com  


 

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Canada to toughen up on VOCs
The Canadian government has announced plans to limit VOCs in three key consumer areas:

• Consumer products, including nail polish, adhesives, caulking, shaving cream
and deodorants
• Architectural coatings, including paints, stains and varnishes.
• Automotive refinishing products, including coatings and surface cleaners used
in vehicle refinishing or repairs.

Over a 25-year period, the government expects to lower VOC emissions from consumer products by 602.5 kilotonnes, in architectural coatings by 506 kilotonnes and automotive refinishing products by 71.2 kilotonnes. The government plans to hire inspectors to enforce the regulations, at a total cost of US$14 million.

One industry representative claimed it will cost the sector several hundred million dollars to lower VOC levels. “(With) exterior deck stains, which people use to do their decks, the VOC concentration they’re asking us to go to is one we think we’re going to have difficulty getting to,” Jim Quick, President of the Canadian Paint and Coatings Association, said. “So, that means they’ll have to re-do their decks more often and that sort of thing. Our question then for government is: if you’re increasing the number of applications, are you actually getting an environmental benefit for that?”

John Baird, the Canadian Environment Minister who announced the plans, acknowledged that lower VOC levels could mean having to paint or stain more often, then said, “it’s up to industry to come up with better products.” (Abridged from Canadian Press, 27 April 2008)

Berger Paints
Berger Paints India, one of India’s three largest paint companies, has tied up with the Italian arm of Becker Acroma, marketing the latter’s wood-finishing products in the country. The product will be marketed under the name of Berger-Becker Acroma.

The company is targeting a market share of 20% of the total wood finishes market in India. “The total (organised and unorganised sector) wood finish product segment in India is valued at around Rs 600 crore. With this new product we are eyeing for 20% market share,” Berger Paints’ Vice-President Abhijit Roy said. “Currently, we will be importing the product from Becker but if there is an increase in the volume then we may manufacture it in India,” he added. (Abridged from Indian News, 29 April 2008)



 

 


 

 

  Seminar Events Exhibitions  


ISSPA
10th Biennial Conference
Paints Changing Scenario
23 to 26 May 2008

UV & EB Technology Expo & Conference 2008
5.5. - 8.5. 2008
Chicago, Il./USA
RadTech International North America

Advanced Topics in Polymers and Coatings
6.5. - 8.5. 2008
Ypsilanti, MI/USA
Eastern Michigan University Details ...

Basics of Polyurethane Coatings
6.5. - 7.5. 2008
Ypsilanti, MI/USA
Eastern Michigan University Details ...

Paint Technology
12.5. - 15.5. 2008
Hampton/UK
PRA Coatings Technology Centre

CPMA's International Color Pigments Conference
13.5. - 15.5. 2008
Chicago, Il/USA
Color Pigments Manufacturers Association, Inc.

Understanding Coating Raw Materials
13.5. 2008
Ypsilanti, MI/USA
Eastern Michigan University

Electrocoat 2008
14.5. - 16.5. 2008
Indianapolis, IN/USA
The Electrocoat Association, Anne Von Moll

International Conference on Aircraft Coating
15.5. - 16.5. 2008
Munich/Germany
Vincentz Network

WebSeminar Lacke: Modul Pigmente & Füllstoffe II
19.5. - 20.5. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

EC WebTutorial: Understanding Easy-cleanability I
19.5. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

Introduction to Liquid Adhesives and Sealants Laboratory
May 20 - 21, 2008
Mentor, OH U.S.A.


Additives for Coatings
20.5. - 21.5. 2008
Frankfurt am Main/Germany
PRA Coatings Technology Centre

VdL - General Assembly (Association of German Paint Manufacturers)
20.5. - 21.5. 2008
Baden-Baden/Germany
Verband der deutschen Lackindustrie e. V.

The 4th Dongguan International Coatings Fair
May 21 - 23, 2008
Dongguan, GD China

EC WebTutorial: Understanding Easy-cleanability II
21.5. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

DCF2008: The 4th Dongguan International Coatings Fair
21.5. - 23.5. 2008
Guangdong/China
World Trade Expo Limited

9th Asia Coatings
22-23 May 2008
Omni Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City
grace@cmtsp.com.sg

ISSPA Bi-Annual Conference
23.5. - 25.5. 2008
Agra/India
ISSPA


WebSeminar Lacke: Modul Additive
26.5. - 29.5. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

EC WebSeminar Coatings: Solvents
26.5. - 29.5. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

REPORT 2008
26.5. - 29.5. 2008
Buenos Aires/Argentina
SATER

FL WebSeminar: Wässrige Alkydlacke
26.5. - 27.5. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

drupa 2008
29.5. - 11.6. 2008
Düsseldorf/Germany
Messe Düsseldorf GmbH


PCI Annual Meeting
Jun 01 - 04, 2008
Marco Island, FL US

American Coatings Conference
Jun 02 - 03, 2008 Charlotte,
NC US
www.american-coatings-show.com


Advances in Emulsion Polymerization and Latex Technolgy
2.6. - 6.6. 2008
Bethlehem, PA/USA
Emulsion Polymers Institute

Surfex 2006
3.6. - 4.6. 2008
Harrogate/UK
Surfex Limited


EC WebSeminar Coatings: Additives I
5.6. - 6.6. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

FATIPEC 2008
9.6. - 11.6. 2008
Ghent/Belgium
ATIPIC

Mixing for Uniform Batches: Improving Product Quality and Productivity
9.6. - 10.6. 2008
Ypsilanti, MI/USA
Eastern Michigan University

WebSeminar Lacke: Modul Lackrezeptierung
10.6. - 12.6. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

Powder Coating Technology
10.6. - 11.6. 2008
Hampton/UK
PRA Coatings Technology Centre

EC WebSeminar Coatings: Additives II
10.6. - 11.6. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

European Coatings Conference: Food Contact
11.6. - 13.6. 2008
Berlin/Germany
Vincentz Network

Volatile Organic Compound and Hazardous Air
15.6. 2008
Vancouver, BC/Canada
ASTM Committee D01

ASTM Committee on Paint and Related Coatings, Materials, and Applications
Jun 15 - 18, 2008
Vancouver, Canada

International Marine & Offshore Coatings Conference & Expo
Jun 16 - 18, 2008 Virginia Beach, VA U.S.A.

Sur/Fin 2008
Jun 16 - 18, 2008 Indianapolis, IN US

NPCA International Marine & Offshore Coatings Conference & Expo
16.6. - 18.6. 2008
Virginia Beach, VA/USA
National Paint & Coatings Association

WebSeminar Lacke: Modul Lackherstellung
16.6. - 19.6. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

Introduction to Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Technology
Jun 17 - 19, 2008
Mentor, OH U.S.A.

CCAI Annual Meeting
Jun 21 - 24, 2008
Clearwater Beach, FL US

COSI - 4th Coatings Science International 2008
23.6. - 27.6. 2008
Noordwijk/The Netherlands
Eindhoven University of Technology

FL WebSeminar: Automobillacke
23.6. - 24.6. 2008
Internet
Vincentz Network

Asia Pacific Coatings Show 2008
24.6. - 26.6. 2008
Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia
The Coatings Group Details ...

 

 

 

  Safe Powder Coating (Part 2)  
 
3.
Electrical hazards

3.1 Causes
The main sources of electrical hazard are :
(i) inadequate or defective earthing (grounding) systems leading to build-up of static and subsequent sparking or shock.
(ii) breakdown or overheating of the electrical equipment leading to fire
or shock.

3.2 Prevention

3.2.1 The contact between the workpiece, carrier jigs and conveyor should be designed and regularly tested to ensure an adequate earth is maintained at all times. Jigs should be designed to avoid any unnecessary build-up of coating. They should be cleaned on a regular basis to maintain correct contact. Automatic cut-out or warning systems should be installed, wherever
practicable, to constantly monitor the efficiency of the earthing system between the jig and the conveyor.

3.2.2 Metal objects to be coated should have a resistance to earth not exceeding 106 W.

3.2.3 Floors and other surfaces with which operators can make contact should be conductive and have a resistance not exceeding 106 W. Non-conductive materials can be coated with conductive floor compounds and coatings.

3.2.4 As an additional precaution, all components of the spraying facility should be connected together through an equipotential bonding system. This should include all electrical equipment enclosures, metal floors, ceilings, fences, partitions, and conveyors as well as the
HV generator.

3.2.5 As an alternative to physical earthing of the workpiece, ionising devices can be used to discharge any accumulated electrostatic charges. The device should be sited as near as possible to the work piece.

3.2.6 Conveyors should be designed to minimise swinging of the work piece.

3.2.7 Regular maintenance and cleaning programmes should be introduced to ensure that dusts are not allowed to build up on electrical equipment and that ventilation ducts and cooling fins are
kept clean and unobstructed.

3.2.8 Only the spray gun(s) and associated electrical cables and powder supply hoses should be sited inside the booth. If the siting of other electrical equipment, including the HV generator,
in the booth or adjacent areas is unavoidable, this equipment must meet the requirements of EN 50050 ( handguns )and EN 50 177 ( automatic guns ) and must be dust tight to Standard IPX.

3.2.9 Operatives should wear anti-static overalls, non-insulating gloves and anti-static footwear meeting the requirements of ISO 2023/2024.
 
 

 

  Feed Back  

I have been member of your website since inception and have found your web content interesting. Your dedication to the website is commendable. The effort to give new and more to the industry and consequently to your venture has been very visible over the years. I believe it surely adds value to the integration of powder coatings industry. I enjoyed all the interactions with you and also meetings at Indore. Thanks. I wish all the very best of to your web-site.
Best Regards
Ratnakar Gokhale
Akzo Nobel Coatings India Pvt. Ltd..
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Dear Mr. Vivek Soley,
We’re the organizer of The 8th International (Guangzhou) Coating Printing Ink & Adhesive Exhibition which will be held on May 18th---20th, 2009 in Guangzhou, China. And the accompanying activities such as an international profession summit and high technology promotion conference will attract scholars’ participation. We sincerely look forward to cooperation between us.
Best Regards,
Cindy Zheng
International Sales Manager:
Wise Exhibition (Guangdong) Co., Ltd
Guangzhou, China

Dear Sirs,
We are pleased to contact you to explore the possible opportunity to cooperate with your esteemed company for import and export business in the near future.
With best regards,
Monica Lai
Chemspring Corporation
Taipei, Taiwan



 
 

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