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POWDER COATING, December 2016 31 A-coat and powder technology Case history: —Coater improves finish and process w i t h p o w d e r a n d a - c o a t c o m b o . (Valley Coating Services, Fountain, Minn.) September 2002, p. 66. Acrylic resins Innovations in GMA acrylic powder coat- ings. Szuping Lu. February 2013, p. 20. Air blow-off Effective air-blow-off applications in pow- der coating. Homer Fager. November 2004, p. 14. Air showers Using clean rooms and air showers to banish contaminants from your clothes, powder line, and finish. Thomas C. Ottney. March 1997, p. 37. Aluminum extrusions Powder coatings poised for major growth in the US architectural market. Dave Heflin. October 2006, p. 13. Architectural showcase: The skyscraper's the limit for architectural powder coat- ing. (Schunck, Windsor Metal Finishing, Maars, Kessebohmer.) October 2006, p. 18. Will your coating last and withstand its purpose? Karl Rijkse, Burkhard Maier, and Ramoo Puru. October 2006, p. 21. Architectural showcase: Architectural powder coating: The perfect building b l o c k . ( A r c h i - T e x t u r e F i n i s h i n g , PorterCorp, Herbert S. Newman and Partners, Mayne Coatings.) October 2007, p. 14. Architectural certification at Pilkington Metal Finishing. Michael Nuttall. October 2007, p. 17. Architectural showcase: Architectural powder coating—the tall and the short of it. (TIGER Drylac, Belco.) October 2009, p. 12. Architectural showcase: Powder coating reaches new heights in architectural mar- ket. (Futureguard Building Products, Quality Powder Coating, Powder Coating Technologies.) August 2010 digital issue, p. 16. A r c h i t e c t u r a l c o a t e r s p o t l i g h t : NanaWall Systems showcases its pow- der coated open glass wall systems for the architectural market. (NanaWall Systems, Mill Valley, Calif.) August 2011 digital issue, p. 16. Sustainable finishing solutions: A paradigm shift. Greg Yahn, August 2011 digital issue, p. 25. Architectural showcase: California pow- der coater's work seen across the nation— from Chicago to the White House lawn. (SunDial Powder Coatings.) August 2012 digital issue, p. 12. Architectural powder coater spotlight: Three companies showcase their re- markable architectural powder coating projects. (R. Michael Art & Design, Americana Building Products, Testo.) August 2013 digital issue, p. 14. Architectural powder coater spotlight. (LEED HIMMEL INDUSTRIES, AR Iron.) August 2014 digital issue, p. 16. Architectural powder coater spotlight 2015. (Southern Aluminum Finishing, Gordon Inc.) August 2015 digital issue, p. 14. Architectural powder coater spotlight 2016. (LAURCOAT, Hentzen Coatings.) August 2016 digital issue, p. 12. Case histories: —A manufacturer jumps off the fence to bring a powder line in house. (Digger Specialties, Bremen, Ind.) October 2005, p. 16. —Coater builds its success by powder coating for the architectural market- place. (Architectural Powder Choice, Claxton, Ga.) October 2006, p. 26. —Upgrading to an automatic powder sys- tem takes extruder to the next level. (Hydro Aluminum, St. Augustine, Fla.) October 2007, p. 28. —Vertical integration leads to horizontal e x p a n s i o n . ( C r y s t a l E x t r u s i o n Systems, Union, Mo.) Steve Foley. March 2008, p. 30. —Midwest powder coater waltzes into the major leagues by building a solid repu- tation coating large parts for historic projects. (Extreme Powder Coating, Blooming Prairie, Minn.) Peggy M. Koop. August 2010 digital issue, p. 27. —It's tough, it's metal, it's powder-coated, and it's always smiling. (Tube-Dude and Creative Coatings, Sarasota, Fla.) Peggy M. Koop. August 2011 digital issue, p. 20. Appliance coating Answering the appliance industry's finish- ing needs in the '90s. Dale Thompson. April 1992, p. 19. Blank coating—where it stands in the US appliance industry. Dale Thompson. April 1992, p. 27. The next frontier in appliance powder coatings. Scott Dennis. October 1997, p. 29. Appliance pretreatment: An evolving pro- cess. George Trigg. October 1997, p. 36. Advancements in powder coil coating speed up. Randy Froehlich. October 1997, p. 40. UV-durability of appliance powder coat- ings: Chemistry makes a difference. Scott Dennis. October 1998, p. 31. Flat-line powder coatings of blanks—a s y s t e m s p e r s p e c t i v e . C o l i n K . Drummond. October 1998, p. 39. Trends in appliance powder coatings— part I. Scott Dennis and Champ Bowden. October 2000, p. 25. Case history: —Metal fabricator succeeds at powder coating galvanneal panels after years of trial and error. (Serra-Enterprise Div., Van Nuys, Calif.) October 2000, p. 32. Plant tours: —Company's blank-coated steel full of promise as GE washing machines. ( I n d u s t r i a l P o w d e r C o a t i n g s , Louisville, Ky.) Jean Thilmany. October 1996, p. 38. —Switch to powder stops rejects cold for freezer maker. (Frigidaire, Freezer Products, St. Cloud, Minn.) Jean Thilmany. October 1996, p. 44. —Powder helps Maytag's high-efficien- cy washers clean up the market. ( M a y t a g , N e w t o n , I o w a . ) J e a n Thilmany. October 1997, p. 44. —Appliance finisher strives to be stan- dard-bearer within stringent indus- try. (Kromet America, North Vernon, Ind.) Susan Brettingen. October 1998, p. 48. Specialty application: —Printing process creates washing ma- chine instructions you'll read. (General Electric Appliances, Louisville, Ky.) Jean Thilmany. October 1996, p. 54. Index to Articles and Authors Volumes 1-27, 1990-2016 ARTICLE INDEX

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