Protective Marine Coating Systems Compatible With VOC Regulations
Award last edited on: 9/5/2002

Sponsored Program
Awarding Agency
DOD : Navy
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Principal Investigator
Thomas W Oakes

Company Information

Fuzetron Inc (AKA: Fuzetron Powder Coating Methods Research)

1946 John Towers Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020
   (619) 449-1834
Location: Single
Congr. District: 53
County: San Diego

Phase I

Contract Number: 17176
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The protective marine paint systems in use border on violating t b volatile organic compound (VOC) emission regulations and by nature are harmful to the environment. Replacement coating systems are needed. The replacement system must be durblex protective, safe for environmental regulations, and be technically easy to apply in a variety of locations this project demonstrates how powder coating' materials procedures, and techniques can satisfy these requirements, and serve the navy and private industry as a valuable replacement coating system project objectives are 1) materials (coating & additive) selection biased on criteria to meet emission safety standards 2) investigate at least 5 innovative ways to cure powder for on-sight applications (radiant ~ infrared ultra violet, plasma sprayon, laser hearing.) 3) document the fact that powder coating systems meet requirements (VOCF s-f baaqbt etc.) Fuzetron has experience in designing and applying powder coatings and has equipment on hand for such application. This experience and knowledge will be applied to making a marine coating system to meet tub present criteria and regulations.

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