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Electrocoating is a method of applying paint in a paint bath or it’s also referred to as an ecoat tank. Electricity charges the particles to deposit paint equally onto the metallic parts, the charge is determined by voltage and current. This blog takes a look at the use of anodes in E-coating and the different types of anode cells that are available. The Use of Anodes In The E-coating Process Electrocoating (E-coat) paint is the base layer of paint applied…

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How Does E-Coating Work?

Electrocoating, or commonly referred to as E-coating is the method of applying paint to a substrate in a paint bath. To find out more about what electrocoating is click here. The e-coating process can best be described as a cross between plating and painting. Read on to find out how e-coating works and how water is part of the electrocoating process. How Does E-Coating Work? The coating materials such as resins, pigments, additives are dispersed in water and circulated in…

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water reduction strategies in manufacturing

Get Your Free Industrial Water Guide Download The Guide To Water Filtration In Industrial Processes The need for manufacturing companies to reduce waste is more paramount today than ever. As a society we are becoming more conscious of waste and harming the environment through incorrect disposals. Reducing water is not only better for the environment but can save you money and drive down operating costs. How To Reduce Water Usage In Manufacturing Many manufacturers can’t compromise when it comes to…

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how can water treatment companies help to reduce the impact on the environment

Get Your Free Industrial Water Guide Larger organisations have a social responsibility to ensure waste products and chemicals are disposed of correctly. As large quantities of water and products are used in manufacturing processes, the impact they have on the environment is huge. Due to the seriousness of incorrect wastewater disposal, companies saw fines of an average of £440,000 in 2017 with the added risk of imprisonment. Water companies are creating awareness around this issue, providing an environmentally friendly solution.…

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difference between microfiltration, ultrafiltration and nanofiltration | wastewater filtration reverse osmosis water | Membracon | Wolverhampton West Midlands

Get Your Free Industrial Water Guide The main difference between microfiltration, nanofiltration and ultrafiltration is the pore size of the membrane. With each different filtration process a variety of elements get either blocked or pass through with the water. Below is a diagram to demonstrate this. Download The Ultimate Guide To Industrial Water Filtration Reverse osmosis is the only water filtration procedure to remove all elements completely, leaving just pure water, proving popular in the pharmaceuticals sector. Each filtration process…

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How does commercial ultrafiltration work, wastewater management recycling water | Membracon | Wolverhampton | West Midlands

Get Your Free Industrial Water Guide Commercial ultrafiltration uses standard low pressure to push water through a membrane to filter out contaminants, bacteria, viruses and parasites whilst retaining minerals in the water. Ultrafiltration is implemented commercially in a variety of ways, small kits can be installed under your sink at home to improve the quality of drinking water from your tap. It’s also used in a much larger scale providing remote villages, who otherwise wouldn’t have access to, clean drinking…

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