This second edition of an established and well received book has been carefully revised, in many instances by the original authors, and enlarged by the addition of two completely new chapters. These deal with the use of computers in the paint industry and with the increasingly important subject of health and safety. The chapter on pigments has also been re-written by an author new to this edition. It was the editoras intention in the first edition to provide science graduates entering the paint industry with a bridge between academia and the applied science and technology of paints. The great strength and appeal of this book remains that it deals with the technology of paints and surface coatings while also providing a basic understanding of the chemistry and physics of coatings. Extensive revision of first edition New chapter on computers and modelling New chapter on health and safetyand electropainting (where it remains relatively unaffected) before receiving the standard spray surfacer and topcoats. 10.9.5.2 Off-line In this process the plastic part is painted off-line, maybe at a moulders or painting subcontractor and fixed to the car-body after the final paint oven. ... to be designed to suit the plastic, but if the part is to be in body colour it makes colour matching, particularly in metallics, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Paint and Surface Coatings|
|Author||:||R Lambourne, T A Strivens|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 1999-08-23|