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Powder Coating For Fencing & Grills
Powder Coating Is A Type Of Coating That Is Applied As A Free-flowing, Dry Powder. Unlike Conventional Liquid Paint Which Is Delivered Via An Evaporating Solvent, Powder Coating Is Typically Applied Electrostatically And Then Cured Under Heat Or With Ultraviolet Light.
Wet Chemical Fire Suppression
The Wet Chemical Suppression System Is What Most People Understand As The Traditional Fire Suppression System, For Instance In A Commercial Kitchen. This Extinguishing Method Is Specific To The Cooking Fires That May Occur In Residential And Commercial Settings
The systems are ideally suited to meet the demands associated with today’s busy catering facilities an important characteristic of grease fires is auto-ignition. Cooking grease at room temperature is not a problem. Its vapours, for example, are not easily ignited.
It is one of the important key material for the production of Aluminium metal and manufactured through dry process using Fluorspar and Aluminium Hydrate as a raw material. In this process, high density Aluminium fluoride is produced which is preferred for modern Aluminium smelters in world.
Suphuric acid is manufactured through Double Conversion & Double Absorption Process using molten Sulphur as a raw material. It is widely produced with different methods, such as contact process, wet sulfuric acid process, lead chamber process etc…
Fusion bonded epoxy coating, also known as fusion-bond epoxy powder coating and commonly referred to as FBE coating, is an epoxy-based powder coating that is widely used to protect from corrosion steel pipe used in pipeline construction, concrete reinforcing bars and on a wide variety of piping connections, valves etc.
PVC, is an alternative coating material to plastisol coating. PVC resin is typically hard and inflexible, and yet when mixed with a plasticizer additive, it becomes more flexible, and thus is a popular material choice for dip coating.