Quick turn-around project

PROBLEM

Rods, tubes, posts and similar items could not be coated and cured within the Customer’s stringent time/temperature parameters. Powder had to be applied to a pre-heated part, then cured for a few seconds without additional heating, and finally quenched in cold water to conform to the desired line speed and space constraints.

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Enclosures damaged during assembly

PROBLEM

Coatings on enclosures, cabinets and components suffered damage during assembly operations that resulted in slow production and increased need for rework. See the Solution

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Standard cure powder not meeting requirements

PROBLEM

A standard cure powder used on heat exchanger cores for military vehicles would not meet the requirements causing loss of performance properties, as well as flaking and chipping when used in the field.
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Inconsistent final finishes

PROBLEM

Linear lighting fixtures comprised of steel and aluminum had inconsistent final finishes, caused by raw material variations and fabrication processes.
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Yellowing finish on recessed lighting fixtures

PROBLEM

After one thousand hours of continual use, UV degradation caused “yellowing” finish on recessed lighting fixtures.
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