knife coating

knife coating

[′nīf ‚kōd·iŋ]
(engineering)
Procedure for coating a continuous-web substrate in which coating thickness is controlled by the distance between the substrate and a movable knife or bar.
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Coated or laminated nonwoven fabrics can be created using a variety of methods, including knife coating, transfer, Zimmer coating, roll-to roll and spray coating.
The module options include those for screen printing, magnetic coating and knife coating, either integrated into new lines or retrofitted into existing installations.
The coatings for evaluating the sheet resistance were prepared by this direct knife coating procedure.
Foam coating involves continuous mechanical mixing of air at a fixed ratio into a waterbome coating, then typically applying the foam onto the fabric via knife coating methods.
We utilize either a knife coating or a calendaring process to maximize material selection for specific performance criteria.
SUNCRYL 4338 is specifically designed to work with rod or knife coating applications.
The basic version, for example, offers manual adjustment in two positions for air knife and roller knife coating and printing without magnet for working widths of up to 240 cm.
In order to retain the design on a part, the air knife coating process is often employed.
In addition to its wet laminating and adhesive powder scattering machinery, Tepa, Barcelona, Spain, provides doctor knife coating units, backcoating kiss rollers and foam coating equipment for the automotives, agriculture, protective clothing, home furnishing and geotextile markets.
The KTF system, which is available with a working width of 300 mm, 450 mm, or 600 mm, consists of a doctor knife coating module and a subsequent drying unit.
The new continuous coating system KTF-S of the Swiss company Werner Mathis AG is available with a working width of 300 mm, 450 mm, or 600 mm, consists of a doctor knife coating module and a subsequent drying unit.