curtain coating

curtain coating

[′kərt·ən ‚kōd·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
A method in which the substrate to be coated with low-viscosity resins or solutions is passed through, and is perpendicular to, a freely falling liquid curtain.

curtain coating

The application of paint by passing the object being coated under a continuous falling sheet of paint.
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Usually, premetered methods, such as slot, tensioned-web-over-slot die (TWOSD), slide, and curtain coating techniques, are used to produce multilayer films.
The delivery will also include a new curtain coating station with a one-sided gas-heated air dryer.
These primary coatings are applied via metering bar, stiff and bent blade, air knife, and curtain coating processes.
Curtain coating has been considered an effective means for applying a thin liquid layer on a moving substrate for decades.
Curtain Coating in the early 1970's was big business, with multiple staff and staggered breaks 500 sheets of 8' * 4' hardboard could be run through in a day, the panels were coated and cooked so that they could immediately be palletized ready for despatch the following morning.
PSR-4000 CC200 HRS solder mask is for curtain coating.
It can be easily formulated and applied by either spray or curtain coating in safe conditions.
PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE WITH CURTAIN COATING FOR WOODFREE COATED PAPER
Examples of the former include spray and curtain coating, while flexo, gravure and roller coating involve impact techniques.
Despite the fact that all well-known European manufacturers of finishing equipment offer curtain coating equipment, only a few pieces were found on display at LIGNA PLUS.
Harwick Standard has a distribution agreement for Luxco's fully refined paraffin, microcrystalline, rubber, candle, curtain coating and specialty waxes within the U.
is curtain coating film at 3000 ft/min, far faster and less expensively than gravure coating or slot dies, BMB says.