Through the incorporation of such unique benefits as leak-free operation and line-stripping capabilities, the eccentric-disc principle makes the pump extremely flexible, allowing the pumping of low-viscosity, high-viscosity, and highly abrasive materials within a single process — all with the same pump.
Ecurie Bertelli, the pre-war Aston Martin specialist, and HMG Paints, a United Kingdom-based independent paint manufacturer, have combined their market leading knowledge for a one-of-a-kind project conserving a 1934 Aston Martin MKII. The team at HMG Paints developed a special stabilizing and sealing solution that allowed the team to seal the worn paintwork and prevent further degradation.
Read three project case studies to see how an “oven/oxidizer” combination system can be implemented in almost any manufacturing facility that requires both process heating equipment and an air pollution control system.
A mechanical engineering company that produces hydraulic cylinders recently automated parts of its coatings process. Up until now, surface coating of the cylinders, crucial for robust corrosion protection, was done manually. The company invested approximately 4 million euros in the construction of a new production hall, including an innovative liquid coating system with application, dosing and mixing technology.
The payoffs could be substantial if you’re thinking about designing a robotic paint booth for use in the automotive manufacturing sector. Adding robots into the workflow could lead to greater efficiency, better overall quality, and more. This technology can also increase a facility’s scalability, which is good news if an automaker struggles with frequent demand fluctuations.
Climate neutrality, increased CO2 prices, and uncertainties with the natural gas supply are prompting car manufacturers to intensify their search for alternatives to gas-powered production plants. In response, Dürr became the first supplier to electrify all the body ovens in its portfolio.
Electro-deposition (ED) has proven its benefit as a unique application technology, resulting in several manufacturers installing ED lines in their paint shops. This is mostly due to a distinguishing feature of this technique, namely the throwing power.