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System Options / Components
   Type       
   Your choices are...         
   Outfit / Complete System       Coating outfits, kits, or packages are small or portable machines or systems with all the components required for the coating process. For example, a wet spray paint outfit may consist of spray gun, pressure tank or spray cup, hose, nozzles, pump and ancillary components. Portable packages or outfits are capable of being carried or transported to the worksite, plant or field area.  They may be cart or wall mounted unit. 
   Component / Sub-system       Upgrades or replacement of individual coating or painting components or sub-systems such as pumping units, spray guns, dip tanks, plating power supplies, booths, roll coating heads, process water systems or dust collectors. 
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   System Option / Component:       
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   Applicator / Gun       The gun or applicator directs a stream of paint droplets, coating powder or adhesive through a nozzle or opening, at the appropriate region of the workpiece. 
   Booth - Spray Room       Rooms or booths are used when processing larger workpieces. Rooms contain the painting or coating equipment, the workpiece and the operator.  Booths usually contain internal lighting, ventilation, and recovery systems.  The operator may operate the spray gun in offhand mode or the gun may be reciprocator mounted.  The workpieces often rest on open grid flooring that allows used paint or powder coating to drop through for recycling. 
   Booth - Hood / Cabinet       Paint spray hoods, bench top open-faced booths, or coating cabinets are smaller vessels that contain the workpiece and/or the process.  
   Booth - Tunnel / Continuous       Production tunnels consist of long walk-in enclosures containing continuous processing lines and systems for cleaning, coating, drying or curing and conveying, or material handling. 
   Conveyor / Part Loader       Equipment or sub-systems for conveying, and loading or unloading parts into coating or painting systems. 
   Dust Collection / Air Filtration System       Dust collection or filtration systems remove fine particle sizes of overspray or other coating waste that would otherwise become suspended in the air. 
   Feeding / Metering Unit       Distribution or dispensing units that are used to control the rate that the coating media is fed into the applicator from the paint source. The component may consist of a valve, valve stack or manifold or electromechanical feeding system. Depending on the coating technology, the coating media may be in the form of powder, wire or liquid paint. Plural component coating systems have feeders or fluid handling components that will meter, mix and control the ratio of two or more different components.  
   Oven / UV Curing Unit       Integral or optional ovens, dryers, infrared heaters, immersion heaters or other heating components for drying off or pre-heating part surfaces before coating, curing coatings or thermally reduce liquid resin viscosity. Thermal heating or curing systems can use infrared, RF, combustion, induction or resistance heating technologies.  
   Pump / Compressor       The pump, compressor or pressure generator increases the pressure of the carrier fluid or propellant (typically air) or directly pressurizes and moves the paint or liquid coating. In air spray systems, air compressors are typically used to generate pressure. 
   Reclaimer / Separator       Separators or reclaimers remove undersized powder, media and coarse waste. Reclaimed material can sometimes be recirculated back into the coating process if the media's particle size and coating characteristics still meet specifications. 
   Resin Hopper / Spray Tank       Spray tank, pressure pot or hopper for storage of paint, coating powders or other coating media.  The tank may or may not be pressurized. 
   Spray Cup       Spray cups are small vessels used to contain spray paint or media. Spray cups are directly attached to the spray gun (above or below). 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary component. 
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   Materials of Construction:       
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   Steel / Aluminum       Steel or aluminum enclosures, booths or tanks are electrically conductive. 
   Stainless Steel       Stainless steel sprayers or coating equipment is usually required in food, pharmaceutical, and other sanitary applications. 
   Plastic       Plastics are electrical insulators and also provide corrosion resistance. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary material of construction. 
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Spray Technology
           
   Your choices are...         
   Spray / Atomization (Wet Coating)       A coating process using wet spray paint or fluid coating media where a spray gun directs a coating or paint aerosol toward the part's surface.  The paint or coating aerosol is formed using a rotary (spinning disc or bell) atomizer, an ultrasonic atomizer, or by forcing the media through a nozzle with pressure.   
   Powder Coating       In powder coating systems, protective or decorative coatings are formed by application of powder to a substrate, after which the powder is fused into a continuous film by the application of heat or radiant energy. Powder coatings are finely divided particles of generally containing organic polymer or binder, pigments, fillers, and additives.  In a fluidized bed powder coating process, hot parts are introduced and the powder coating particle stick or fuse onto the part's surface.  In electrostatic powder coating systems, the particles are given an electric charge that causes the particles to be attracted to an oppositely charged part. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary coating process or technology. 
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   Electrostatic Spray?       In electrostatic coating, paint droplets or coating powder particles are charged and then sprayed toward a part with an opposite and attractive electric charge. The spray process may be airless or air assisted.  Since the charged powders in the spray stream are attracted toward the part, the electrostatic process help minimize overspray and waste. Coating powders in a fluidized bed can also be charged for the application of thicker coatings.  
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   Impregnation?       Impregnation equipment uses vacuum, pressure and/or wicking action techniques to drive sprayed on resins or coating materials into parts. In trickle impregnation systems, surface tension effects allow resins to be wicked or soaked up by the internal porosity of a part (like a sponge soaking up water). In vacuum-pressure impregnation equipment uses vacuum and/or pressure to drive resins or coatings into a surface after a dip, spray or trickle coating.  Impregnation equipment is designed for sealing, filling or impregnating the porous surfaces of metal castings, stator windings, transformers or open porosity powder metal parts. Impregnation of P/M parts improves integrity and corrosion resistance.  Impregnation of electrical or electronic components can provide electrical insulation as well as environmental protection. 
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   Wet Spray / Atomization Technology:       
   Your choices are...         
   Air Spray (Air Atomized)       Paint application system wherein paint is atomized by combination with compressed air. System of applying paint in the form of tiny droplets in air, i.e., paint is broken down into droplets, or "atomized," by a spray gun as a result of being forced into a high velocity air stream. Shape and paint density of the resulting droplet cloud can be controlled by air pressure, paint viscosity, and gun tip geometry. 
   Air-assisted Airless       Air-assisted airless spray process is used to alter the spray fan shape pattern, but not to atomize the paint. 
   Airless       Paint spraying or application system using high fluid pressure to atomize paint by forcing it through a small orifice.  System of applying paint, where paint under high pressure is passed through a nozzle and broken down into droplets, or "atomized," when it enters the lower pressure region outside the gun tip. (Less air is used than in conventional air spraying so that the problems of dry spray and paint bounce-back is reduced.) 
   HVLP       High velocity, low pressure (HVLP) spray guns atomized coatings utilizing a high volume of paint with low air pressure.  HVLP spray equipment applies coating by means of a gun, which operates between 0.1 and 10.0 psig air pressure. A turbine produces the high volume of air. The lower pressure reduces paint viscosity, thus reducing bounce back, and increasing deposition efficiency. 
   Mini-spray / Airbrush       Airbrush, mini-spray, or microspray guns have very small nozzles and are used for detailing, touch-up and other precision applications. 
   Reduced / Low Pressure       Spray guns or spray equipment designed to operate under reduced pressure, while not requiring high volumes of air flow.  
   Rotary Cup / Disc       Rotary spray guns or applicators use a rapidly spinning cup/bell or flat disc to project powders or atomize paint. Rotary cup or bell rotary applicators produce a fan pattern, which is closer to a nozzle spray gun. A rotating head that is shaped to deliver paint forward in a circular pattern. The bell may be directed at any angle and be moved on robots or reciprocators, just as nozzle spray guns are.  Disc rotary applicators spin the coating media out radially.  Rotating heads that deliver paint horizontally 360° around the head are useful on an omega loop conveyer finishing lines. A disk is usually mounted horizontally on a vertical reciprocator. Disc rotary spray guns are also useful for internal or ID coating applications. 
   Ultrasonic       Ultrasonic atomization processes use a specialized transducer vibrating at ultrasonic frequencies to form a fine aerosol or mist of the coating material. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary spray process or spraying technology. 
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Automation & Mounting
   Mounting:       
   Your choices are...         
   Bench / Table Top       The machine is small enough or has features for mounting on a bench, table top or pedestal. Semiconductor wafer spin coaters, laboratory dip coaters, and other research coaters are often bench mounted. 
   Cart / Handtruck       Machine is mounted on or built into a cart or handtruck. 
   Floor / Skid       The machine can be mounted on the floor or a skid in a freestanding position. Typically, these units are meant to located and remain stationary in a position in a plant, shop, production line or cellular manufacturing system.  
   Handheld       The spray gun or outfit is handheld or pack mounted and gun is manually directed at the parts to guide the coating spray stream.  
   Machine / Reciprocator       The spray gun, applicator, or coating unit is mounted and gun is manually directed on a reciprocator, robot arm, or in a stationary position on a machine or coating line. In a stationary mounting, the parts are moved by the machine such as conveyor, overhead rail or other material handling system. Typically, automatic guns and coating units are used in machine or reciprocator applications. 
   Reciprocator / Robotic Arm       Reciprocators, oscillators, and robotic arms can uniformly paint or coat a surface by scanning a surface in a controlled and repeatable fashion.  Coating or spraying equipment mounted on crawlers or robotic arms may also find use in hazardous situations such as in containment of toxic materials, extreme environment conditions or in hard to reach places (tower, tank walls, ship hulls, etc.) with associated fall hazards.  Reciprocators and robotic arms are also used in dip coating processes to immerse and withdraw the part from the dip tank. 
   Trailer / Vehicle       The machine can be mounted on or built into a trailer or vehicle.  The trailer or vehicle is driven or towed to the worksite requiring coating, lining, or painting such as the side or interior of a steel tank, ship's hull, industrial flooring, or building wall. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary mounting method. 
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Specifications
   Air Supply Pressure:       The air pressure used to propel powder, atomize paint, or control a paint stream. 
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   Air Flow / Gas Consumption:       Volume of air consumed per unit time by the machine. 
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   Fluid / Output Pressure:       The output pressure of the coating or paint after pressurization by pneumatic, hydraulic, or mechanical pumping means. 
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   Power / Driver:       
   Your choices are...         
   Electric       The unit is driven by electrical means, be it a plug in source or motor. 
   Air / Pneumatic       The equipment requires compressed air or is pneumatically driven. The compressed air may directly atomize a fluid, propel powders, or drive rotary atomizer. 
   Combustion Engine       The unit is powered by a combustion engine. 
   Manual       The equipment is manually powered or pressurized. 
   Hydraulic       The equipment requires hydraulic power or is driven by a hydraulic power unit or motor. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary driver or power source. 
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Features & Automation
   Features       
   Your choices are...         
   Color Change       Metering unit, gun, or coating system capable of coating multiple colors and quickly changing between one or more colors without cross contamination. The color change may consist of a valve manifold system that purges and then switches from one coating source to another color coating. On manual spray guns, the color change may be accomplished using quick change spray cups.  Also, spray guns, or components compatible with color changer equipment. 
   Plural Components / Catalyst Injector       System is capable of deposition plural or multi-component materials or coating systems such as A+B paints or resins requiring injection of a catalyst or hardening agent.  Plural component coating systems have feeders that will meter, mix, and control the ratio of two or more different components. 
   Cleanroom / Critical Coating (PCBs / Wafers)       Machines used to coat surfaces of critical parts such as wafers, storage discs, or other electronic components, biotechnology devices, or pharmaceutical equipment parts. The smallest amount of remaining contaminants on the surface can result in a defect causing the scrapping of the products. Equipment designed to deposit coatings for electronic components applications such as printed circuit board (PCB, PWB), flexible circuits, silicon wafers, semiconductors or IC chips, IC packages and reel-to-reel connectors or lead frames.  For example, the equipment may apply a dielectric conformal coating to insulate and protect the PCB or flexible circuit. Other PCB coating equipment can selectively apply conductive metal pastes or solders to form circuitry or aid in forming soldered connections. Thick film and thin film circuits are also formed using coating techniques.  For example, the equipment may apply a photoresist resins as part of the photolithography process.  Spin coaters are typically used to apply photoresist. Dopants (SOG type) and dielectric layers are often applied to wafers using spin coating techniques. Other PCB coating equipment can selectively apply conductive metal pastes or solders to form circuitry or aid in forming soldered connections.  Wafer level metallization and thin film circuits or interconnect are also formed using PVD, CVD, and ECD coating techniques. 
   Fiber Chopper / Composites Spray-up       Fiber choppers cut and feed glass or other reinforcing fibers for composite spray-up or lamination applications. 
   Integral Agitator       Product supplied with or has the option for an integral agitator or mixer to maintain the quality of the liquid coating or paint. 
   Integral Regulator       Gun, pressure pot, or tank supplied with or has the option for an integral regulator to maintain the required pressure within the liquid coating or paint, and/or pressurizing air. 
   Integral Heater       The product has an integral heater or can be attached to one. Heating the medium allows for improved quality and maintained viscosity.  
   Gravity Feed       The paint, fluid, or coating powders are fed into the gun or applicator by gravity. 
   Pressure Feed       The tank, pressure pot, spray cup or vessel is pressurized using compressed air or gas. The pressurized air, liquid or gas in the vessel pushes the coating material from the vessel into the gun. 
   Suction Feed (Venturi / Siphon)       Venturi generators use a fast moving stream to create a vacuum that pulls materials into the steam.  
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   Automation / Control:       
   Your choices are...         
   None - Manual       Machine or system is capable of operation under manual control. 
   Automatic       Machine or system requires a CNC controller to operate automatically with little or no operator intervention. The machine changes or adjusts abrasive media and other parameters such as speed, applied load or coolant / lubricant flow rate in a pre-programmed manner.  
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