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at least one soluble metal salt to cause chemical deposition of the at least one sol- uble metal salt on the coating. Coating Method U.S. Patent 5,756,221. May 26, 1998 K. Ho&e et a/,, assignors to Kansai Paint Co. Ltd., Hyogo-Ken, Japan A coating method comprising applying by electrodeposition a cationic electrode- positable coating composition comprising a polyurethane-modified epoxy resin-amine adduct and a nonionic film-forming resin; applying, onto the cured electrocoating film. without applying any intermediate coating composition, an aqueous coating composition comprising a metallic pig- ment, a coloring pigment or a mixture thereof, as a first topcoat, to form a first coating film. and without substantially heat-curing the formed first coating film: applying thereonto, as a second topcoat, a coating composition having a higher solid content than the aqueous coating composi- tion comprising a carboxyl group-contain- ing compound, a vinyl polymer. a reactive organopolysiloxane, and crosslinked poly- mer fine particles to form a second coating film: and heating the resulting material to simultaneously cure the first and second coating films. Sandblast Resist U.S. Patent 5756.261. May 26, 1998 H. Takehana et al., assignors to Matsushita Electronics Corp. and Tokyo Ohka Kogyo CO. Ltd., Japan A photosensitive resin composition for use as a resist material against sandblasting. Polishing Apparatus U.S. Patent $759,089. June 2, 1998 TE. McCoy, Mooresville, N.C. An apparatus for in-line surface finish- ing of cylindrical tubing, such as stainless steel. with supporting mandrel and method. Abrasive Throwing Wheel U.S. Patent 5,759,091 June 2, 1998 W?. MacMillan, assignor to Ti/ghman Wheelabrator Ltd., Altrincham. United Kingdom A blade for use in an abrasive throwing wheel assembly, the blade comprising a rect- angular body defining a tip, a radial inner end. and a pair of parallel lateral edges. Coated Floll for Aluminizing U.S. Patent 5,759,142. June 2, 1998 C. Perdikaris, assignor to Bender Machine Inc.. Vernon, Calif. A long-wearing roll for guiding steel strip through a high temperature aluminiz- ing bath, said roll comprising a roll body having a surface in guiding contact with the steel strip within the bath and a multilayer coating directly on the roll surface for con- tact with the steel strip. Composition for Electrodepositing Metal-Carbon Alloys U.S. Patent 5,759,243. June 2, 1998 CL Johnson et al, assignors to The USA as represented b;/ fhe Secretary of Commerce, Washmngfon, DC. An aqueous solution for electrodeposit- ing a metal-carbon alloy coating, compris- ing 0.2 to 0.6 M of ions of metal selected from the group consisting of iron, nickel, nickel-tungsten mixture, and cobalt-tung- sten mixture. greater than 1.4 M of an amidosulfonic acid or a salt thereof, ammo- nium ions, formic acid or a salt thereof, and water. Blu-Surf Batch Burn-Off Ovens: Fast, Cost-Effective ; . Rocks __. __ . :s . Hooks 11 l Fixtures 1; l Port Reclamation .;a. Heat cleaning is the proven ,& solution for the painting industry. It limits labor costs, minimizes environmental impact and maximizes profit potential. Blu-Surf, a leader in heat transfer technology, manufactures a variety of heat cleaning ovens to suit any manufacturers’ needs. BLU-SURF INOUSTRIAL OVENS l WASHERS l SYSTEMS 8550 E Michigan Ave l Parma, MI 49269 visit our website: www.blusurf.com Custom fabricated to fit specific tank dimensions Highly resistant to plating solutions Cost efficient for eliminating leaking tanks Adds years of operation to all tanks Prevents and stops tank corrosion Dielectrically sealed to create full material tear strength and smooth bonding Thickness available from 40 MIL to 187 MIL Stock sizes on site for immediate delivery Disposable electroless liners available Emergency service a# no extra charge JUST LINERS, INC. 35507-B Clearpond Road Shawnee, Oklahioma 74801 For orders and no obligation quotes call l-888-838-4017 Fax: 1-405-8’78-6813 Circle 016 on reader information card Circle 145 on reader information card 106 METAL FINISHING l NOVEMBER 1998

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at least one soluble metal salt to cause chemical deposition of the at least one sol- uble metal salt on the coating.

Coating Method U.S. Patent 5,756,221. May 26, 1998 K. Ho&e et a/,, assignors to Kansai Paint Co. Ltd., Hyogo-Ken, Japan

A coating method comprising applying by electrodeposition a cationic electrode- positable coating composition comprising a polyurethane-modified epoxy resin-amine adduct and a nonionic film-forming resin; applying, onto the cured electrocoating film. without applying any intermediate coating composition, an aqueous coating composition comprising a metallic pig- ment, a coloring pigment or a mixture thereof, as a first topcoat, to form a first coating film. and without substantially heat-curing the formed first coating film: applying thereonto, as a second topcoat, a coating composition having a higher solid content than the aqueous coating composi- tion comprising a carboxyl group-contain- ing compound, a vinyl polymer. a reactive organopolysiloxane, and crosslinked poly- mer fine particles to form a second coating film: and heating the resulting material to

simultaneously cure the first and second coating films.

Sandblast Resist U.S. Patent 5756.261. May 26, 1998 H. Takehana et al., assignors to Matsushita Electronics Corp. and Tokyo Ohka Kogyo CO. Ltd., Japan

A photosensitive resin composition for use as a resist material against sandblasting.

Polishing Apparatus U.S. Patent $759,089. June 2, 1998 TE. McCoy, Mooresville, N.C.

An apparatus for in-line surface finish- ing of cylindrical tubing, such as stainless steel. with supporting mandrel and method.

Abrasive Throwing Wheel U.S. Patent 5,759,091 June 2, 1998 W?. MacMillan, assignor to Ti/ghman Wheelabrator Ltd., Altrincham. United Kingdom

A blade for use in an abrasive throwing wheel assembly, the blade comprising a rect- angular body defining a tip, a radial inner end. and a pair of parallel lateral edges.

Coated Floll for Aluminizing U.S. Patent 5,759,142. June 2, 1998 C. Perdikaris, assignor to Bender Machine Inc.. Vernon, Calif.

A long-wearing roll for guiding steel strip through a high temperature aluminiz- ing bath, said roll comprising a roll body having a surface in guiding contact with the steel strip within the bath and a multilayer coating directly on the roll surface for con- tact with the steel strip.

Composition for Electrodepositing Metal-Carbon Alloys U.S. Patent 5,759,243. June 2, 1998 CL Johnson et al, assignors to The USA as represented b;/ fhe Secretary of Commerce, Washmngfon, DC.

An aqueous solution for electrodeposit- ing a metal-carbon alloy coating, compris- ing 0.2 to 0.6 M of ions of metal selected from the group consisting of iron, nickel, nickel-tungsten mixture, and cobalt-tung- sten mixture. greater than 1.4 M of an amidosulfonic acid or a salt thereof, ammo- nium ions, formic acid or a salt thereof, and water.

Blu-Surf Batch Burn-Off Ovens:

Fast, Cost-Effective

; . Rocks __. __ . :s . Hooks 11 l Fixtures 1; l Port Reclamation

.;a. Heat cleaning is the proven ,& solution for the painting industry.

It limits labor costs, minimizes environmental impact and maximizes profit potential. Blu-Surf, a leader in heat transfer technology, manufactures a variety of heat cleaning ovens to suit any manufacturers’ needs.

BLU-SURF INOUSTRIAL OVENS l WASHERS l SYSTEMS

8550 E Michigan Ave l Parma, MI 49269 visit our website: www.blusurf.com

Custom fabricated to fit specific tank dimensions

Highly resistant to plating solutions Cost efficient for eliminating leaking tanks

Adds years of operation to all tanks Prevents and stops tank corrosion

Dielectrically sealed to create full material tear strength and smooth bonding

Thickness available from 40 MIL to 187 MIL Stock sizes on site for immediate delivery

Disposable electroless liners available Emergency service a# no extra charge

JUST LINERS, INC. 35507-B Clearpond Road

Shawnee, Oklahioma 74801 For orders and no obligation quotes call

l-888-838-4017 Fax: 1-405-8’78-6813

Circle 016 on reader information card Circle 145 on reader information card

106 METAL FINISHING l NOVEMBER 1998