By Rose A. Ryntz, Philip V. Yaneff
Surveys fresh advancements in coating polymers and plastics. Evaluates the coatings functionality compromise in coating choice for polymers and plastics.
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Coating the parts with high-quality paints is thus an absolute requirement for commercial success. This finishing step is very expensive, with coating costs frequently equal to that of the unfinished part. Efficient coating is therefore critical for continued commercial viability in this application. A common figure of merit for the painting process is transfer efficiency (TE), which is the weight of paint delivered to the part divided by the total weight that left the paint gun per part. Although each painting technique covers a range of efficiencies because of differences among painting shops, there are fundamental efficiency differences between the different processes.
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4 Surface Contamination Surface contamination can significantly change the nature of surface forces and be both a source of error in surface-tension measurements and a detriment to TABLE 10 Surface Tensions of Polymers at Three Temperatures Polymer Linear polyethylene Branched polyethylene Atactic polypropylene Poly(isobutylene) Poly(methyl methacrylate) Poly(chloroprene) Poly(ethylene terephthalate) Polycarbonate (bisphenol A) Polystyrene Polyacrylonitrile Nylon 6 Nylon 6,6 Nylon 10,10 Molecular weight Mw = 67,000 Mn = 7,000 Mn = 3,000 Mn = 2,700 Mv = 3,000 Mv = 30,000 Mn = 25,000 Unspecified Mn = 44,000 — — — — Copyright 2003 by Marcel Dekker, Inc.