Fasteners like screws, bolts, nuts and washers are critical for the longevity and structural integrity of automobiles, machinery, construction frameworks, furniture and heavy-duty equipment.
Powder holds just 15% of the global coatings market, but several factors are contributing to its status as the world’s fastest growing finishing technology today. In this era of sustainable manufacturing, powder is well positioned for growth with formulations that are generally made without solvents that release volatile organic compounds (VOCs), a paint process that produces no hazardous waste and the ability to reclaim and reuse overspray.
When it comes to cookware and bakeware, there is no shortage of options on the market with products in every size, color and style. Most cooks, from novices to culinary connoisseurs, base their purchasing decisions on finding the best balance of price and performance to fit their needs.
Performance advantages like advanced corrosion protection, greater design flexibility and better edge coverage are a few reasons why powder is the fastest growing coating technology in the world today. But there is another factor driving the rapid adoption of powder among manufacturers: a growing interest in more sustainable solutions.
After the passing of renowned St. Louis photographer Katherine Ward Burg in 2013, her estate established an endowment to support the creation of a communal public green space in her honor.
Athletes are tough, so the equipment they use to train must be rugged, long-lasting and safe. Did you ever wonder about the protective coatings that keep them in peak operating performance and protected from sweat, corrosion, chipping and scratching?
Manufacturers of agricultural and construction have two challenges-keeping the machinery they make looking good despite heavy use and streamlining operations to control cost and keep up with rising demand for their equipment.
The expansion of hybrid work models across the globe has increased the demand for remote workstations and home offices. According to the career website Zippia, 74% of U.S. companies are currently using or plan to implement flexible work arrangements that enable employees to work from anywhere.