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Publications October 1991 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY 25 Practice for obtaining spectro- Kremlin guide to spray equipment sources and wh y do they differ? Kremlin Spray Painting Equipment photometric data for object-colour — Wha t do th e latest census results has produced a full colour, quality evaluation (E 1164). reveal about changing production brochure on its extensive range of Practice for reducing th e variability trends? spray application equipment. of colour measurements by the use — Ho w have price and supply con­ The guide is designed to help of multiple measurements (E 1345). straints affected raw material users select the type of equipment Practice for specifying colour by inputs? that is best suited for their require­ using the optical society of america — Wha t is th e outlook for the major ments. Thi s is achieved by a combin ­ uniform colour scales system (E end-markets for paint? ation of technical details and illus­ 1360). — Wha t is happening to paint exports trations of the Kremlin equipment 42 0 Pages (1991), Soft Cover, and imports? range, supporte d by some aesthetic­ available August 1991. List Price: — Whic h legislation affects coatings? ally pleasing colour photos of objects $55.00. Membe r Price: $50.00 . ISBN — Have th e new technologies man­ finished with Kremlin equipment. 0-8031-1245-9 . PCN: 03-512091- aged to capture a larger slice of These range from aircraft to the th e market? application of protective clear coat­ — Ar e solvent-based paints really ings in the restoration of Tate obsolete? Gallery portraits. — Ho w are shifting demographic The World Paint Industry: an Kremlin equipment described in­ patterns affecting paint production Economic Review cludes Airmix , electrostatic, 2-com- and distribution? Part 2: The Americas: Second ponent mixing and monitoring, con ­ — Wha t impact do regional preferen­ Edition, 1991 ventional airspray, low pressure ces have on paint use? The America s represent a market of spray, airless, application of glues — Ho w is the structure of the vast magnitude — over 25 0 million an d adhesives, and circulating American paint industry changing? consumers in th e United States but systems. — Wh o are the leaders in each 36 0 million counting Mexico and Copies of the new brochure are market sector? Canada; Sout h America contributes available free on request to Kremlin — Wh o has recently acquired whom? an additional 27 0 million inhabitants. Spray Painting Equipment Ltd. 839 Th e publication is extensively Change has been sweeping through Yeovil Road, Slough, Berks. SL1 this Continent — political as wel l as documented wit h th e latest available 4JA . Tel: 075 3 38143. Fax: 0753 statistics and forecasts in readily economic. Ne w free trade areas are 694290 . understood form. It identifies, com­ emerging, encompassing th e United States and Canada on th e one hand panies, opportunities and trends. and Latin Americand groupings on Output , regulatory pressures, AST M Standards on Colour and the other. Wil l these lead t o a Single industry structure, top companies, Appearance Measurement, 3rd Market? technical trends, ra w material usage, edition markets and export/imports. This is th e first published survey to This 420-page volume contains 70 1) In-depth survey of the United offer a comprehensive approach — AST M standards used in appearance States covering, the economy, the an in-depth analysis of th e American analysis for a variety of materials statistical framework, markets, raw pain t market, supplemented by and products, such as: material inputs, international rami­ briefer profiles of Canada and Latin * Acoustical Materials America's principal paint-producing fications , regional aspects, the * Petroleum Products countries. It is a continuation of regulatory impact on technology, the * Paints corporate dimension, outlook. PRA's World Paint Industry series; * Plastics Part 1, on Europe, had appeared in 2) Industry profiles of other coun­ * Traffic Marking Materials Jun e 1989. tries, including, Canada, Mexico, * Pavement Surfaces Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Seventy percent of the standards The United States forms the core Ecuador, Uruguay. in the third edition are new or of the present volume. It is the Dr. Helma Jotischky is the author revised. Al l tables have been com­ world's single largest paint supplier, of th e highl y successful Part 1 o f th e pletely revised (seven tables included), wit h a growt h potential over th e next World Paint Industry, as well as of and a ne w table lists SAE methods decade that is expected to exceed numerous articles on statistical and applicable to automotive materials. Europe's. Moreover, it already forms commercial aspects of the coatings This new publication will help one community and one market; field. She has been wit h the Paint guide those wh o use, select, interpret, hence its marketing appeal. Yet in Research Association for nearly 15 the short-term its problems are or create numerical methods for years, thus gaining a thorough numerous . Beset by a flagging measuring appearance attributes of grounding in the wider aspects of economy, an ageing infrastructure, materials or products. coatings technology. a formidabl e debt, a worsenin g trade balance, a tide of foreign takeovers Sample of standards new to this Price: standard price £275, PRA edition as well as mounting regulatory members' price £235. A surcharge Test Metho d fo r determining relative pressures, the paint industry today of £ 5 is added to overseas orders. stand s in the cross-currents of tinting strength of chromatic paints Details: Information Department, change. What makes this market (D 4838). Paint Research Association, Walde - tick? Specification for retroreflective grave Road, Teddington, Middlesex — Whic h are the main statistical sheeting for traffic control (D 4956) . TW11 8LD. Tel: 08 1 -97 7 4427. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pigment & Resin Technology Emerald Publishing

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Pigment & Resin Technology , Volume 20 (10): 1 – Oct 1, 1991

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October 1991 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY 25 Practice for obtaining spectro- Kremlin guide to spray equipment sources and wh y do they differ? Kremlin Spray Painting Equipment photometric data for object-colour — Wha t do th e latest census results has produced a full colour, quality evaluation (E 1164). reveal about changing production brochure on its extensive range of Practice for reducing th e variability trends? spray application equipment. of colour measurements by the use — Ho w have price and supply con­ The guide is designed to help of multiple measurements (E 1345). straints affected raw material users select the type of equipment Practice for specifying colour by inputs? that is best suited for their require­ using the optical society of america — Wha t is th e outlook for the major ments. Thi s is achieved by a combin ­ uniform colour scales system (E end-markets for paint? ation of technical details and illus­ 1360). — Wha t is happening to paint exports trations of the Kremlin equipment 42 0 Pages (1991), Soft Cover, and imports? range, supporte d by some aesthetic­ available August 1991. List Price: — Whic h legislation affects coatings? ally pleasing colour photos of objects $55.00. Membe r Price: $50.00 . ISBN — Have th e new technologies man­ finished with Kremlin equipment. 0-8031-1245-9 . PCN: 03-512091- aged to capture a larger slice of These range from aircraft to the th e market? application of protective clear coat­ — Ar e solvent-based paints really ings in the restoration of Tate obsolete? Gallery portraits. — Ho w are shifting demographic The World Paint Industry: an Kremlin equipment described in­ patterns affecting paint production Economic Review cludes Airmix , electrostatic, 2-com- and distribution? Part 2: The Americas: Second ponent mixing and monitoring, con ­ — Wha t impact do regional preferen­ Edition, 1991 ventional airspray, low pressure ces have on paint use? The America s represent a market of spray, airless, application of glues — Ho w is the structure of the vast magnitude — over 25 0 million an d adhesives, and circulating American paint industry changing? consumers in th e United States but systems. — Wh o are the leaders in each 36 0 million counting Mexico and Copies of the new brochure are market sector? Canada; Sout h America contributes available free on request to Kremlin — Wh o has recently acquired whom? an additional 27 0 million inhabitants. Spray Painting Equipment Ltd. 839 Th e publication is extensively Change has been sweeping through Yeovil Road, Slough, Berks. SL1 this Continent — political as wel l as documented wit h th e latest available 4JA . Tel: 075 3 38143. Fax: 0753 statistics and forecasts in readily economic. Ne w free trade areas are 694290 . understood form. It identifies, com­ emerging, encompassing th e United States and Canada on th e one hand panies, opportunities and trends. and Latin Americand groupings on Output , regulatory pressures, AST M Standards on Colour and the other. Wil l these lead t o a Single industry structure, top companies, Appearance Measurement, 3rd Market? technical trends, ra w material usage, edition markets and export/imports. This is th e first published survey to This 420-page volume contains 70 1) In-depth survey of the United offer a comprehensive approach — AST M standards used in appearance States covering, the economy, the an in-depth analysis of th e American analysis for a variety of materials statistical framework, markets, raw pain t market, supplemented by and products, such as: material inputs, international rami­ briefer profiles of Canada and Latin * Acoustical Materials America's principal paint-producing fications , regional aspects, the * Petroleum Products countries. It is a continuation of regulatory impact on technology, the * Paints corporate dimension, outlook. PRA's World Paint Industry series; * Plastics Part 1, on Europe, had appeared in 2) Industry profiles of other coun­ * Traffic Marking Materials Jun e 1989. tries, including, Canada, Mexico, * Pavement Surfaces Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Seventy percent of the standards The United States forms the core Ecuador, Uruguay. in the third edition are new or of the present volume. It is the Dr. Helma Jotischky is the author revised. Al l tables have been com­ world's single largest paint supplier, of th e highl y successful Part 1 o f th e pletely revised (seven tables included), wit h a growt h potential over th e next World Paint Industry, as well as of and a ne w table lists SAE methods decade that is expected to exceed numerous articles on statistical and applicable to automotive materials. Europe's. Moreover, it already forms commercial aspects of the coatings This new publication will help one community and one market; field. She has been wit h the Paint guide those wh o use, select, interpret, hence its marketing appeal. Yet in Research Association for nearly 15 the short-term its problems are or create numerical methods for years, thus gaining a thorough numerous . Beset by a flagging measuring appearance attributes of grounding in the wider aspects of economy, an ageing infrastructure, materials or products. coatings technology. a formidabl e debt, a worsenin g trade balance, a tide of foreign takeovers Sample of standards new to this Price: standard price £275, PRA edition as well as mounting regulatory members' price £235. A surcharge Test Metho d fo r determining relative pressures, the paint industry today of £ 5 is added to overseas orders. stand s in the cross-currents of tinting strength of chromatic paints Details: Information Department, change. What makes this market (D 4838). Paint Research Association, Walde - tick? Specification for retroreflective grave Road, Teddington, Middlesex — Whic h are the main statistical sheeting for traffic control (D 4956) . TW11 8LD. Tel: 08 1 -97 7 4427.

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