You can use any kind of support: paper, fabric, net and other supports on the market. For further information, please contact us
Yes, you can
Yes, you can
Bicomponent PU prices are in line with solvent PU ones, even more advantageous. In fact, all the raw material you use can be found in the final product; by contrast, in a traditional process part of the raw material evaporates
It depends on the length of the line, the type of product manufactured, the furnace and many other factors. For more details, please contact us
You can buy them from all multinational companies. There is a wide range of offerings
You can produce any kind of traditional coating products and much more, having features that traditional coating process does not provide
High-solid technology is an alternative coating technology that uses approximately 30% solvent and 70% solid coating material. On the contrary, NTT technology is solvent-free, the entire coating process does not contain solvents, reducing operating costs and with a zero environmental impact.
By using traditional technology, production waste, in particular compound remains, has to be considered and processed as dangerous waste because it contains a relevant quantity of solvents.
Coating traditional technology involves a substantial consumption of water during cooling phases and in recovery plants, unless they use powerful closed-circuit refrigeration systems.
In addition to the macro emissions that normally occur during the solvent coating process, there are many other minor emissions. They result from usual equipment cleaning, processing waste and from final products (traces).
Unfortunately, even the most technically efficient systems, such as catalytic afterburners, are not 100% effective; therefore, some solvent emissions may occur. Moreover, recovery process involves emissions of volatile organic compounds, made up of combustion/oxidation residues.
In traditional continuous coating, coated products are dried in hot air tunnels; therefore, the polluted air is suctioned and ejected continuously.
As in compound preparation, it is inevitable that some solvent emissions are released in the workplace during the processing because they are not suctioned by ventilation systems.
Compound preparation for continuous coating, that is the dissolution of resins into solvent, the measuring of all elements and their mixing must be carried out in proper rooms. In fact, because of the large number of open-air transfers, such rooms must have efficient ventilation systems, both natural and forced.
In traditional coating plants, compounds contain about 70-80% of toxic solvents: this means that, during the entire process, solvent gas emissions in the environment and in the workplace may occur.