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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection
Presentation Title The Importance of Controlling UV Coating Temperature to Stabilize Viscosity during Application to Reduce Energy Consumption
Author(s) Michael Robert Bonner
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Michael Robert Bonner
Abstract Scope Ultraviolet (UV), Electron Beam (EB), and UV-LED, also known as energy curable technology, developed in the late 1920’s, is one of the most sustainable technologies used in manufacturing. However, temperature related viscosity variations during application can result in significant quality problems with film build, color match, surface finish, gloss, adhesion, etc. This is even more important to UV Cure coatings than it is to more conventional solventborne and waterborne systems, due to their steeper viscosity vs. temperature curves. In this presentation we contrast the temperature critical properties of common UV coatings with their conventional counterparts and examine how these properties affect the two most common application methods: spraying and rolling. We show how to turn temperature from an adversary, working against the process, to a tool that can be utilized to assure that the outcomes of the UV coating process are both predictable and repeatable.

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Ceramic Coating as a Diffusion Barrier to Prevent Saddle Marks in Continuous Homogenization of Aluminum 6000 Series
Corrosion-Resistant Coatings for Storage Canister
Development and Wear Behaviour of Compositional Gradient and Multi-layered Ni-W Alloy Coatings
Effect of Micro-arc Oxidation Voltage on the Morphology and Electrochemical Properties of AZ31B Magnesium Alloy
Effect of Sustainable Silica-rich Graphene Analogues to Achieve High-Performance Corrosion Resistance Coating for Carbon Steel
Effects of BN Content on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Cr3C2–NiCr-BN Composite Coatings Prepared by a Novel Ethanol-fueled HVOF Process
Highly Robust CeO2/C3N4-modified NiP Electroless-plated Coatings
Improvement of Cutting Performance of Titanium Based Vacuum Brazed Diamond Tools Excursively Coating via Physical Vapor Deposition
J-1: Development of Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coatings on Steel Components for the Improved UV and Corrosion Resistance Performance
J-2: Obtaining Protective Coatings TiAl, TiSi under Conditions of Synthesis of Complex Functionally Active Charges
Novel Thermal Barrier Coatings Stable up to 1700C
Structural Integrity Assessment of Cold Spray Repaired High-Strength Aluminium Alloy 7075 Specimens
Surface Preparation and Process Optimization on Thin Film Coating to Reduce Wafer Warpage for Advanced Packaging Applications in Semiconductor Industry
Sustainable Development of Spray Parameters for Thermal Spray
The dDevelopment of Resistance Seam Cladding for Corrosion Resistant Liners in Linepipe
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Tribological and Anti-scaling Performance of Graphene-enriched Thin Polymer Coatings
ZnO-doped C3N4 Nanocapsules-modified NiP Metallic Coating

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