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100 Years of Electroplating & Related Processes & Plant Making Progress in the Printing Industry (2)

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Pt 2. focusses on Cu & Cr plating of printing cylinders with subsequent etching or engraving of patterns or text. Numerous photos.

100 years of electroplating and related processes in the service of the printing industry

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100 Years of Industrial Electrochemistry

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JES Abstracts avail. online. (JE)

100 Years of Messrs Dr W Kampschulte DWK Ltd

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Short history of this well-known German electroplating Supply House.

100 years of thermal spray: About the inventor Max Ulrich Schoop.

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100% solids epoxy linings for industrial and marine applications: a review

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100% solids epoxy coatings are discussed, including basics of formulation, recent developments (flexibilized coatings, UV-resistant coatings, fast-curing systems, solvent-free concrete sealers and antifoulant coatings), selection tips, properties, and applications (general maintenance, high-performance products for corrosion control, cladding systems, high-performance products for abrasion and erosion control, concrete restoration and protection and anti-slip coatings). Newer epoxy products offer flexibility, fast cure, better acid and caustic resistance than before, high temp. (260°C) resistance, and high abrasion resistance even in 1 mm films.

1000 hours of corrosion resistance to the salt spray test: why wait 42 days when it is able to be done in 24 hours.

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A recently-developed 24 hour test for corrosion resistance is described, which uses electrochemical measurement techniques. The results have been correlated with 1000 hour tests in salt spray chamber. The test is under development as ISO 17463-1.

100th Anniversary of the Institute of Technical Electrochemistry at Dresden

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Note with photo & reproduction of Charter dated 1900, incl. history of the establishment and well-known scientists who worked there

100th Year of Publication

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Magazine continues to celebrate its history, article discusses the early years, shows advertisements & early equipment, notes effects of the two World Wars & Great Depression and comments on some of the most prolific contributors. 14 refs

101 Ways to Make Pollution Prevention Work

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Diatribe on how to enthuse & enlist management & staff.

1050°C isothermal oxidation behavior of detonation gun sprayed NiCrAlY coating

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1050°C isothermal oxidation behavior of detonation gun sprayed NiCrAlY coating

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1050°C isothermal oxidation behavior of detonation gun sprayed NiCrAlY coating

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10th AESF/EPA Conference on Environmental Control for the Metal Finishing Industry. January 23-25

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Abstracts of papers at this conference, 23-25.1.1989, Orlando, FL, including: J.E. Dewitt (Connecticut Resource Group Inc., Hartford, CT): F006 Land ban - its impact on the metal finisher; T Cashen (Chemical Waste Management, riverdale, IL): An integrated system for assuring safe disposal of electroplating sludge waste; L. Graf zu Munster (GFS, Munich, Germany): The application of various GFS solidification methods for wastes from metal treatment industries; D. Ringquist (Connecticut Dept. of Environmental Protection, Hartford, CT): New hazardous waste tank regulation; J. Butlin (John A. Butlin Ltd., Atrincham, Cheshire,UK): European developments in hazardous waste management; J. Ray (Connecticut Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP), Hartford, CT): State enforcement program strategy; D.J. McCoy (Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, Grand Rapids, MI): Toxic hazards from solvent exposure in metal plating industries; R.E. Kenson (Met-Pro Corporation, Harleysville, PA): VOC emission control for organic finishing operations in the aerospace industry; N. Zaki(Frederick Gumm Chemical Company, Kearny, NJ): Complying with air quality standards with new trivalent chromium plating technology; T. Miles (CM & E International, Irvine, CA): An ultra-high efficiency control device; W.O. Camp and N. Meeker (Circuits Inc., Berlin, CT): Discharge compliance for PWB manufacturing using microfiltration membranes; H.L. Martin (E. I. DuPont, Aiken, SC): Wastewater filtration enhancement; C.W. Walton, FEF, and S.S. Bray (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE) and T. Thompson, CEF (Lincoln Plating Company, Lincoln, NE): Determination of feasible operating conditions for metal recovery from electroplating rinsewater effluent; B.V. Schmidt, W.E. Schmidt and D.J. Vaughan (IonSep Corporation, Rockland, DE): Closed-loop system for processes using chromic acid; G.C. Cushnie, Hr. (CAI Engineering, Oakton, VA) and W. Anderson (Harper Thiel Plating, Inc., Wilmington, DE): Removal of metal cations from chromium plating solutions; D.A. Rockstraw and J.F. Scamehorn (University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK): Removal of dissolved metals for water using elecrodialysis; T.J. Susa and R.A. Tata (Ionics Inc., Watertown, MA): A case study of an electrodialysis reversal system for the recovery of nickel salts; P.M. Walter (Hadco Corporation, Oswego, NY): Biological treatment of segregated printed circuit board manufacturing wastewater; P. M. Nelis (Bio-Recovery Systems Inc., Las Cruces, NM) and J. Wright (Connector Technology Inc., Anaheim, CA): Recovering a copper commodity from printed circuit board rinsewater; J. Eason(Thermo Electron, NAPCO Inc., Terryville, CT): The use of canister ion-exchange technology in a zero discharge facility; J. Ryan (Aeroscientific Corporation, Anaheim, CA), J. Kassiere, B. Fleet, C. Small and B. Cardoza (TRSI, Ontario, Canada): Case study of a minimum discharge heavy metal waste reduction systematic Aeroscientific Corporation; R.B. Pajasek (Chem Cycle Corporation, Boston, MA): Implementing a waste minimization system at your facility; F. Lafser (Industrial Waste Management Inc., St. Louis, MO): Reuse of metal finishing wastes in the manufacture of cement.

10th Ann. Int. Aluminium Anodising Conference

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Montreal, Sept. 2001 Outline program incl. power factor correction, reverse osmosis vs. DI water, free anodising tank cooling, boilers & burner tubes, energy conservation using covered tanks, advances in power control systems (rectifiers etc).. Exhibitor list.