fluidized-bed coating

fluidized-bed coating

[¦flü·ə‚dīzd ¦bed ′kōd·iŋ]
(engineering)
Method for plastic-coating of objects; the heated object is immersed into the fluidized bed of a thermoplastic resin that then fuses into a continuous uniform coating over the immersed object.
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Richart, "A report on the fluidized-bed coating system--part 1--fluidized bed variables and their influences," Plastics Design & Technology, vol.
Richart, "A report on the fluidized-bed coating system--part 2: plastics for coating and their selection," Plastics Design & Technology, vol.
A, Nakamoto, S, Mineo, T, Yoshida, K, "A Novel Fluidized-bed Coating of Fine Particles by Rapid Expansion of Supercritical Fluid Solutions." Powder Technol., 85 275 (1995)
ADX 111 can be applied by electrostatic dusting or by fluidized-bed coating to produce highly adhesive coatings of small thickness (under 20 microns) on substrates such as steel and aluminum.