Coating 2003 Show News
Mar 27, 2003
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COATING 2003, the premier event for the users of industrial coating processes is coming to the Midwest for the first time. The show will be held Oct. 28-30, 2003 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN, U.S. According to show management, attendees can expect to find the latest information and technology concerning liquid coatings, plating, powder coatings, vacuum coating, electrocoating, porcelain enameling, air and waste management, and UV/EB curing all under one roof.

The exhibit show floor will consist of 200,000 gross square feet of exhibit space with more than 200 exhibiting companies. Attendees will have access to the latest tools and technologies and can get on the fast track with live demonstrations and hands on learning.

The ten co-sponsoring associations have developed the technical conference program featuring more than 60 sessions and 120 speakers who are at the forefront of the industries they serve. The technical presentations are geared to the users of industrial coatings. The 3-day event will be divided into tracks based upon various coating technologies, reportedly making it easy for attendees to choose sessions of interest. Some of the conference sessions to be offered include:

• Developing a Failure Proof Documentation System for Finishing Systems
• Finishing in an Uncertain Economy
• Ten Ways to Save Money & Reduce Waste
• Bulk Application of Electrocoat: From a Vision to Reality
• Metal Finishing and Environmental Sustainability in the Global Supply Chain
• Process Line Design & Integration
• How to Avoid Federal Environmental Liability
• How Low-ure Powder Reduced Reject Rates at Whirlpool
• Batch Systems for Powder
• Physical Properties, Major Products, and Basic Processing of Porcelain Enamel Coatings
• UV/EB Coatings Primer
• Introduction to Vacuum Deposition Processing
• Emerging Technologies

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