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Economic Analysis: Converting from Petroleum-Based to Ultraviolet-Light Cured Coating System for Medium-Size Wood Products Manufacturers [PDF]
Abstract: Describes the results of a study conducted to evaluate the feasibility of a manufacturer of wood doors and window trim converting from the conventional, petroleum-based coating process to a method by which lacquer cures when exposed to ultraviolet light.
Source: Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Research Center (PPRC)
Geiger Brickel Benefits: Case Study [PDF]
Abstract: Describes how office furniture producer Geiger Brickel incorporates UV-curable and waterborne coatings in two of its plants.
Source: FDM Finishing Forum
Wood Finishing: Reducing Waste and Cost Saving Ideas
Abstract: This online fact sheet includes general information on emissions and waste issues usually associated with the wood products industry, the benefits of reducing waste, the current standard wood finishing process, alternative coatings options, alternative spray equipment, and other waste reduction options for wood finishers.
Source: Minnesota Technical Assistance Program, University of Minnesota