Industrial Coatings – A fascinating decoration Reply

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Patchwork might be good for quilts but certainly not for coated industrial goods. As many finished products consist of multiple components which are manufactured by different suppliers and at different locations, uniformity of color and appearance is crucial. Not only the paint batches need to be delivered with consistent quality, but also the production process of the finished product needs to be controlled.

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Temperature Measurement Reply

 “Caution Hot!” Not only hot beverages should be handled with care, but this is also true for baked coating systems used in today’s mass production. Optimum curing is the prerequisite to achieve the high mechanical and appearance QC requirements specified for finished products. In order to avoid rejects and ensure consistent quality, the exact temperature profile of the baking oven must be controlled on a routine schedule.

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Color Systems for Solid Colors

May 25, 2016, 10am Eastern Time

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Which color system is the best?

A  question with not just one answer!

Color control has historically been done by visually inspecting the samples and comparing them to a standard. The disadvantage of this process is its subjectivity. In 1976, the internationally agreed upon CIEL*a*b* system was adopted for more objectivity. Since then, several modifications of the CIEL*a*b* color equation like ΔE*CMC, ΔE*94, ΔE*2000 were introduced. The goal of the modifications was to improve the correlation between visual perception and instrumentally measured values. In this seminar, you will find out the strong and weak points of the different color equations with typical applications.

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BYK-Gardner Calibration and Accreditation, What Does It Mean for You? Reply

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Every year or so, it comes time to send in your instrumentation to be calibrated per your quality control protocols.  You receive your instrument back along with a traceable certificate.  Or, you may even have a Field Service Engineer visit you on-site to calibrate and certify your instruments.  But, that certificate that you hold in your hand, that you file away, what does it mean for you?

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