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POWDER PAINTING WOOD




Powder Coating of Wood! I am an MSc student trying to graduate. However my dissertation topic "powder coating of wood" is a very new technology and I cannot seem to find any information about it. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks.

Ilker Tayali
Istanbul, TURKEY
1999



Being into wood manufacturing also, I came across an article in the latest issue of "Woodworking", called "New coatings poised to enter wood market". It is from the June 1999 issue, Volume 13, Number 4, Page 30. You can contact the publisher at wood@actioncom.com.

I trust this helps.

Russ Godfrey
electronics - New Dundee, Ontario, Canada
1999


At my research institute we have been working with this issue for several years. For pure wood it is very hard to get an acceptable surface but for MDF boards we have obtained promising results. On the Rad-tech conference in Berlin 8-10 Nov. there will be a presentation on UV curable powder paints for MDF. I think the UV technique is the future, because of lower curing temperature.

Stefan Hjort
Gothenburg, SWEDEN
1999



Sir:

We use powder painting for metallics material but for wood no. Can you support us to introduce this technology in Tunisia it can be important ?

Best regards,

KESKES NABIL
- SFAX - TUNISIA
2001




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