RE: Coating Rod Basics

From: Jason DeFontes ^lt;>
Date: 11/24/04-12:39:53 AM Z
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Are there any processes that would be contaminated by the use of a
stainless-steel rod? So many of the formulas I've been reading warn about
contamination from iron in the water, etc. I've been wondering if these
wire-wound coating rods would work, since the way they're designed to
provide an even coating makes a lot of sense to me.


From: Jack Fulton []
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 8:58 PM
Subject: Re: Coating Rod Basics

Stainless steel coating rods come in various sizes of length and diameter.
They are wound with wire to provide even coating and a smooth flow of liquid
over a surface such as paper.

Here is web site providing prices and sizes.

Received on Wed Nov 24 00:39:23 2004

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