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The use of radiant heat transfer in the curing of coatings on complex geometries and problematic substrates

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Details the use of infrared energy as a heat transfer mechanism to products that would not normally be regarded as candidates for this form of heating. Work undertaken between Eastern Electricity and Heraeus Noblelight to determine the benefits of infrared in combination with convective heat transfer applied to the curing of electrophoretic coatings on automotive body shells is given to illustrate complex geometric structures. Uses infrared heating applied to the curing of coatings on wooden substrates to highlight problematic substrates.
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Keywords: Coating; New Technology; R&d

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 1997

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