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Michael R. Bonner - Guns or Bells, How Do I Decide?

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Michael R. Bonner - Guns or Bells, How Do I Decide?

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Michael R. Bonner
Vice President - Engineering & Technology
Saint Clair Systems, Inc.
Website: www.stclairsystems.com
Phone: 586-255-2889

 

Abstract

If you believe that the selection of guns or bells for your coating application technology is based solely on atomization and transfer efficiency, you are only considering half of the picture.  In this presentation we examine some little known facts about guns and bells – things that your supplier never told you – and how these “secrets” affect the application of waterborne, solventborne, and UV cure coatings, specifically with regard to surface finish.  In the end, we distill these factors into practical guidelines to help you select the best applicator for your project to more than double your chances to obtain your desired finish results with high first-pass yields and minimal finish-related rejects.

 

Biography

Michael Bonner is the Vice President of Engineering & Technology for Saint Clair Systems, Inc., a leading supplier of process temperature control equipment for industrial fluid dispensing systems.  A degreed electrical engineer, over the years he has spent time in a wide variety of industries including audio systems, medical equipment, HVAC and appliance controls, metal stamping, even the manufacture of gasoline pumps.  For the last 20 years he has focused his attention on the science of point-of-use temperature and viscosity control in fluid dispensing processes.

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