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  • Coating Thickness Measurement: The Fundamentals
    Coating thickness measurement is a concern for both finishers and for companies receiving finished components. Defective coatings lead to rust. As a result, product liability requires quality control of coatings, and in many cases documentation of measurements in an electronic format. Conflicts can
  • Measure Automotive Coating Thickness
    Quality control of painting processes in automobile manufacturing is becoming increasingly important. The requirements for efficient corrosion protection and paint quality are growing with the simultaneous goal of reducing costs. Utilizing technological advancements to reduce costs and improve
  • Measuring Duplex Coating Thickness Applications
    As with any corrosion protection system, the thickness of the individual coatings is an important quality factor in duplex coatings. For obvious reasons, not least as a result of the costs involved, the thickness measurement should be non-destructive. A newly developed measuring method
  • New Industrial Calotest for Improved Coating Thickness Determination
  • New Calowear Tester for Characterization of Coating Thickness and Wear Properties
  • Coating Formation Rate
    using the METALAST Process Control System (MPCS) according to the chosen recipes with a target thickness of anodic coatings. The resultant coating thickness was measured using an Isoscope (Fischer Scientific, MP2C). The coating formation rates were calculated by dividing the target thickness
  • Solution Delivery for High Precision Coating
    Solution Delivery for High Precision Coating. By Jason Payne, PhD, Director. Precision coating is an advanced operation that encompasses sophisticated and highly controlled functions, including the distribution of liquid across a conveying web and the control of coating thickness in the down-web
  • Interdependencies Between Fluid Design and Coating Methods
    .  There is a highly interdependent relationship between coating techniques and fluids, making consideration of both at the same time very important. . “Fluid design” is influenced by the desired optimal final coating thickness, the number of layers, the expected curing and handling of the material