Airless spray gun
Binks has introduced the new Airless 75 airless spray gun, a 7,500-psi industrial spray gun, designed to provide durability in rough working conditions.
FRP spray systems
Binks has announced it new Century FRP equipment platform, featuring the Century resin and catalyst pump and a choice of Maximum Achievable Control Technologies-compliant Binks Century spray guns that offer Non-Atomizing Resin Application and Low Emissions Laminator technologies.
Stainless steel spray gun
Binks 2100 spray gun features stainless steel fluid passages.
COMPOSITES & POLYCON 2009 preview
The ACMA’s annual tradeshow takes its first turn in its new January timeframe.
Air and Airless Spray Guns
Binks (Glendale Heights, Ill.) has introduced the MAG HVLP automatic air spray gun and the MAG AA automatic air-assisted airless spray gun designed for multigun finishing equipment, such as rotary machines, reciprocators or fixed chain-on-edge systems in high production environments. The new MAG AA UV is designed to
Binks (Glendale Heights, Ill.) added a new design to its line of SG-2 2-qt pressure cups. The new SG-2 Plus is available in three model options: non-agitated, rotary-agitated and oscillating-agitated. According to the company, each model features a new lid design, which facilitates easier pressure hose attachment, and
Meter, Mix Dispense Update
New technologies are improving accuracy, ease of use and repeatability while moving toward automation.
Binks (Glendale Heights, Ill.) has upgraded its pneumatic agitators with a more efficient 15:1 worm gear drive reducer (previously 20:1), providing less air consumption to produce desired mixing speeds. The new units, suitable for use with pails, drums and pressure tanks, are available in fixed speed, variable speed
ITW Industrial Finishing (Glendale Heights, Ill., U.S.A.) offers the complete line of Binks gel coat and resin laminating equipment for polyester applications in marine, recreational vehicle, bath/shower and cultured marble markets. The systems incorporate low-emission laminators (LEL) and include gel coating systems
Sprayable Core Material Doubles As Marine Tooling Putty
A derivative of its barrier coat and core materials, a specially formulated syntactic from ITW SprayCore (Clearwater, Fla., U.S.A.) now serves as the tooling surface for Vectorworks Marine Inc.'s (Titusville, Fla., U.S.A.) new toolmaking "shortcut" called Limited Production Tooling (LPT).
Production timeframes and
Composite manufacturers thrive on products manufactured for the Automotive Aftermarket
Carbon and fiberglass accessories make up a big chunk of this multi-billion-dollar industry.