ECOAT18 Conference Bundle


Standard: $750.00
Members: $650.00

Sessions

Keynote: Major Evolving Trends in the Coatings Industry and Their Impact on Future Coating Industry Needs


Identification: 18-01

This presentation explores emerging mobility-related technologies – autonomous vehicles and parts-manufacturing via 3-D printing, and the challenges and opportunities they present to coatings manufacturers. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
  • Kevin Braun, Vice President, Industrial Coatings, Americas, PPG
Tags: PPG
Standard: $59.00
Members: $49.00

Panel Discussion: Pretreatment and Paint Considerations for Processing Mixed Metals and Substrates


Identification: 18-02

There are changes that are occuring in the industry with subtrates and mixed metals. Questions from the audience are discussed surrounding the pretreatment and paint considerations for these changes and other factors surrounding the processes. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $75.00
Members: $65.00

Taking the Next Step in Electrocoat Film Build Efficiency


Identification: 18-03

Ecoat throwpower is embraced in the coating of automotive vehicles and other complex geometric parts for its superior coverage of interior areas. New film build requirements and the need to maximize rack density for profitability have created challenges in maximizing paint usage efficiency beyond simply throwpower. The key is to run at or near the maximum film build capacity of the paint and system. Failing to do this can result in excess application of paint as much as 60%. End-users, paint suppliers, and process designers will need new strategies to maximize performance in today's conditions. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
  • Charles Orr, Electrocoat Specialist, Axalta Coating Systems
Standard: $39.00
Members: $29.00

Coulombic Efficiency and the Effect on Energy Usage and Ecoat Performance


Identification: 18-04

Coulombic efficiency is defined as the number of coulombs (Amp*seconds) of electric charge required to deposit one gram of ecoat solids from the ecoat bath. It can vary considerably depending on the bath makeup; contaminants can reduce the bath's efficiency and increase the power (and cost) required to deposit the same amount of film. Learn about coulombic efficiency, how it impacts costs, and the importance of system maintenance to prevent contaminants from entering the bath. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $29.00
Members: $19.00

Introduction of Acrylic Electrocoat Applications and Advantages


Identification: 18-05

Acrylic electrocoats can provide a one-coat final finish for parts requiring weatherability and color control. This presentation reviews the acrylic technology - markets, strengths and weaknesses - and compares its performance to epoxy electrocoat. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $29.00
Standard: $19.00

Low Temperataure CED is Hot - A New Concept for Cathodic Electrodeposition


Identification: 18-06

Low temperature cathodic electrodeposition (LT-CED) offers coaters an environmentally-friendly coating process with many advantages and efficiencies over the use of conventional binders needing high curing temperatures. LT-CED involves shorter deposition,drying, and post-oven cooling times, low temperatures, close to zero solvent emissions, shorter heating and cooling lines, and reduced energy consumption. Learn more with this presentation. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $29.00
Members: $19.00

Overview of Filtration Methods to Improve Vehicle/Part Surface Quality


Identification: 18-07

Filtration is a necessity for electrodeposition, pretreatment, and source water treatment systems. Many options are available to maintain cleanliness levels in the fluid systems. Methods such as hydrocyclones, magnetic separators and filter presses provide coarse filtration, while filter roll media, disposable filter bags and ultrafiltration provide finer filtration. Different methods can be used together to provide optimal fluid conditions. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $39.00
Members: $29.00

New Options for Ultrafiltration of Electrocoat Paint


Identification: 18-08

After 25 years of a standard ultrafiltration membrane option, several new choices are available based on innovative membrane and spiral element designs and assembly processes. Results of both lab and field trial evaluations of several new types and designs are presented. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $29.00
Members: $19.00

Implementing Customized Wastewater Treatment Programs to Improve Efficiency


Identification: 18-09

Ecoat wastewater treatment systems are often very manual operations utilitzing commodity chemistries, resulting in high labor and chemical costs. Wastewater treatment does not need to be viewed as a 'necessary evil' consuming your profits. Customized treatment programs can be operated very effectively, minimizing labor requirements and costs. While setting up a customized program may require equipment, chemical, and automation changes, it can significantly reduce costs (case histories indicate up to 50%) while improving discharge compliance. Program examples and benefits achieved will be discussed. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
  • Jeremy DeHaai, Regional Sales Team Manager, Kroff Chemical Company
Standard: $29.00
Members: $19.00

Recycling and Reusing Electrocoat Liquid Waste Streams


Identification: 18-10

The electrocoat process creates liquid waste streams that may have limited to no individualized treatment process to convert them for reuse. This session reports on progress in treating waste streams that can greatly reduce the amount of water and chemicals going into wasterwater treatment, both in the lab and in field trials. Conference GOLD sponsors: Axalta Coatings Systems, BASF Corporation, George Koch Sons, LLC, PPG, Therma-Tron-X Inc.

Speaker(s):
Standard: $29.00
Members: $19.00
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