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A method and system for applying a uniform coating to a moving workpiece using an ultrasonic spray head. Polyester-Epoxy Coating U.S. Patent 5,623,(X73. Apr. 22, 1997 S. Tanaka, assignor to Kansai Paint Co. Ltd.. Amagasaki, Japan A coating composition containing poly- ester resin, epoxy resins, and an anticorro- sion pigment. Epoxy Coating U.S. Patent .5,623,046. Apr. 22, 1997 J.G. Papalos et a/., assignors to Henkel Corp., Plymouth Meeting, Pa. A self-dispersing. curable epoxy resin coating composition. Apparatus for Drying Paint U.S. Patent 5623,770. Apr. 29. 1997 F Hoffmann, assignor to Peter Andreas Hoffman, Rrunn am Geb., Austria A process for heating water-dilutable coatings on a substrate comprising hea- inp the substrate by infrared radiation and directing air against the substrate: the impn~vement comprising applying to the substrate successive first and second coatings one atop the other. and after application of the first coating, applying infrared radiation at a first power level and driving the air at a first power level, and after the application of the second coating. driving the air at a second power level lower than the first air power level and applying infrared radiation at a sec- ond power level higher than the first infrared radiation power level. Spray Apparatus Attachment Device U.S. Patent 5.624.075. Apr. 29, 1997 M. Dankerf, assignor to IT!!/ Oberllachenfechnik GmbH. Dietzenbach, Germany A system f’or fixedly mounting spray apparatus upon a suppon- carrier. Buffing Apparatus Suitable for Thin Plate Work U.S. Patent 5.624,297 Apr. 29, 1997 f. Kawana, assignor to Fujifsrl i-imited, Kawasaki, Japan A method of controlling a buffing appa- ratus. which includes at least one buffing roll and a backup roll disposed in parallel to the buffing roll. Process for Substitutionally Plating Zinciferous Surfaces U.S. Patent 5.624,460. Apr. 29, 1997 N. Yoshitake et a/., assignors to Henkei Corp.. Plymouth Meeting, Pa. An aqueous substitutional plating bath composition having a pH of 2.0 to 4.5 and containing water and 1.5 to 40 g/L as metal atom of heavy metal ions selected from the group consisting of nickel. iron. cobalt. and mixtures of any two or more thereot‘; 0.5 to 10 g/L of phosphate ions:, I to 250 g/L of sulfate ions; and 1 to 20 g/L of organic acid. Automated Coating System U.S. Patent 5,624,496. Apr. 29 1997 D.R. Scharf and Rd. Baxter, assignors to Nordson Corp., Westlake, Ohio An automated system for use m coating bearing assemblies having inner and outer races comprising a first <coating station. a turning station, a second coatmg station. and apparatus to effect relative rotation between inner and outer races of each of the bearing assemblies in turn. and a conveyor assemhly extending hetween each of the stations and YAMAMOTO’S A-04 TRICHROM-METER Analyzer for Ct’+(TRIVALENT CHROMIUM)& Fh+(IRON)Content in Chromium Plating Solution A-04 b~~~fa%--$--” (‘/tr~~bl,3~~IWril~3f~‘IoLI~~~~3a,~lJ;~) manufacture YAMAMOTO-MS. CO., Tokyo Japan (#) ~*%r$$p$#g& ~~y+&y;%;* Please address your questions to the following representative sales offlce. . C. UYEMURA & Co., Ltd. 3-2-6 Doshomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan Fax : 06-222-0866 . OKUNO CHEMICAL lNDUSTRlEiS CO., LTD. 4-7-10 Doshomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan Fax : 06-203-0714 - Circle 088 on reader information card ‘OFF WITH THE OLD ON WITH THE NEW IN SECONDS DISPOSABLE, SLIP-ON DANGLER HEADS... *SAVE PLATING TIME *PROLONG CABLE LIFE AND *PERFORM FOR PENNIES NO LOST PLATING TIME. Sip off built-up heads, and s/ip on fresh, new heads without removing Dangler Assembl!y horn barrel. LONGER CABLE LIFE. Removing heads before the plating build-up is excessive. prolongs the life ot the Dangler Assembly. INEXPENSIVE. Field studies have shown that using our disposable heads costs just pennies per barrel load I’o use. CHANGE HEADS IN SECONDS NEW DANGLERS LEAD THE WAY TO IMPORTANT PRODUCTION ECONOMY, m - D U.S. Pat. #4,1 1 1,781 ANGLERS “‘. 35 Oakdale Awenue, Johnston, RI 02919 Phone/Fax: (401) 274-7742 l Dang/ers are pafented in the United States, Foreign Uights reserved. Distributor Inquiries Invited Circle 019 on reader information carcl METAL FlNlSHlNG . JANUARY 1998 89

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A method and system for applying a uniform coating to a moving workpiece

using an ultrasonic spray head.

Polyester-Epoxy Coating U.S. Patent 5,623,(X73. Apr. 22, 1997 S. Tanaka, assignor to Kansai Paint Co. Ltd.. Amagasaki, Japan

A coating composition containing poly-

ester resin, epoxy resins, and an anticorro- sion pigment.

Epoxy Coating U.S. Patent .5,623,046. Apr. 22, 1997 J.G. Papalos et a/., assignors to Henkel Corp., Plymouth Meeting, Pa.

A self-dispersing. curable epoxy resin

coating composition.

Apparatus for Drying Paint U.S. Patent 5623,770. Apr. 29. 1997 F Hoffmann, assignor to Peter Andreas Hoffman, Rrunn am Geb., Austria

A process for heating water-dilutable coatings on a substrate comprising hea-

inp the substrate by infrared radiation and directing air against the substrate: the impn~vement comprising applying to the

substrate successive first and second coatings one atop the other. and after application of the first coating, applying infrared radiation at a first power level and driving the air at a first power level,

and after the application of the second coating. driving the air at a second power level lower than the first air power level

and applying infrared radiation at a sec- ond power level higher than the first infrared radiation power level.

Spray Apparatus Attachment Device U.S. Patent 5.624.075. Apr. 29, 1997 M. Dankerf, assignor to IT!!/ Oberllachenfechnik GmbH. Dietzenbach, Germany

A system f’or fixedly mounting spray apparatus upon a suppon- carrier.

Buffing Apparatus Suitable for Thin Plate Work U.S. Patent 5.624,297 Apr. 29, 1997 f. Kawana, assignor to Fujifsrl i-imited, Kawasaki, Japan

A method of controlling a buffing appa- ratus. which includes at least one buffing

roll and a backup roll disposed in parallel to the buffing roll.

Process for Substitutionally Plating Zinciferous Surfaces U.S. Patent 5.624,460. Apr. 29, 1997 N. Yoshitake et a/., assignors to Henkei Corp.. Plymouth Meeting, Pa.

An aqueous substitutional plating bath composition having a pH of 2.0 to 4.5 and containing water and 1.5 to 40 g/L as metal

atom of heavy metal ions selected from the group consisting of nickel. iron. cobalt. and mixtures of any two or more thereot‘; 0.5 to

10 g/L of phosphate ions:, I to 250 g/L of sulfate ions; and 1 to 20 g/L of organic acid.

Automated Coating System U.S. Patent 5,624,496. Apr. 29 1997 D.R. Scharf and Rd. Baxter, assignors to Nordson Corp., Westlake, Ohio

An automated system for use m coating bearing assemblies having inner and outer races comprising a first <coating station. a

turning station, a second coatmg station. and apparatus to effect relative rotation between inner and outer races of each of the bearing

assemblies in turn. and a conveyor assemhly extending hetween each of the stations and

YAMAMOTO’S A-04 TRICHROM-METER Analyzer for Ct’+(TRIVALENT CHROMIUM)& Fh+(IRON)Content in Chromium Plating Solution

A-04 b~~~fa%--$--” (‘/tr~~bl,3~~IWril~3f~‘IoLI~~~~3a,~lJ;~)

manufacture YAMAMOTO-MS. CO., Tokyo Japan

(#) ~*%r$$p$#g& ~~y+&y;%;*

Please address your questions to the following representative sales offlce.

. C. UYEMURA & Co., Ltd. 3-2-6 Doshomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan

Fax : 06-222-0866

. OKUNO CHEMICAL lNDUSTRlEiS CO., LTD. 4-7-10 Doshomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan

Fax : 06-203-0714 -

Circle 088 on reader information card

‘OFF WITH THE OLD ON WITH THE NEW

IN SECONDS DISPOSABLE, SLIP-ON

DANGLER HEADS... *SAVE PLATING TIME

*PROLONG CABLE LIFE AND

*PERFORM FOR PENNIES

NO LOST PLATING TIME. Sip off built-up heads, and s/ip on fresh, new heads without removing Dangler Assembl!y horn barrel. LONGER CABLE LIFE. Removing heads before the plating build-up is excessive. prolongs the life ot the Dangler Assembly. INEXPENSIVE. Field studies have shown that using our disposable heads costs just pennies per barrel load I’o use.

CHANGE HEADS IN SECONDS

NEW DANGLERS LEAD THE WAY TO IMPORTANT PRODUCTION ECONOMY,

m -

D U.S. Pat. #4,1 1 1,781

ANGLERS “‘. 35 Oakdale Awenue, Johnston, RI 02919

Phone/Fax: (401) 274-7742 l Dang/ers are pafented in the United States, Foreign Uights reserved.

Distributor Inquiries Invited

Circle 019 on reader information carcl

METAL FlNlSHlNG . JANUARY 1998 89