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AkzoNobel Interpon is the world leader in powder coatings. We offer effective coatings solutions for a wide range of applications, including furniture, automotive, IT, appliance, the architectural market and general industry.


AkzoNobel Powder Coatings & Cromadex


AkzoNobel Powder Coatings is the largest global manufacturer of powder coatings and a leader in powder coatings technology, manufacturing at over 32 factories around the world. As the global number one we can help you - whatever your powder coating needs. We supply industries and consumers worldwide with innovative products, primarily under the Interpon and Resicoat brands. We are passionate about dev- eloping sustainable solutions for all our customers.


Cromadex is an AkzoNobel Brand supplying products to the general industrial market for over 30 years. Experts in colour, textured and special effect coatings, as well as corrosion protection and specialist paint systems.


AkzoNobel is the world leader in corrosion protection, providing high performance coatings for the protection of steel and other substrates in the most severe environments. As part of AkzoNobel, Cromadex use this expertise to offer anti-corrosion systems.


stand: 50


Amber Industries is presenting its range of overhead chain conveyor systems, designed specifically for operation within the paint and powder finishing industries.


Amber Industries Limited


Amber Industries will be using the exhibition to spotlight its comprehensive product range, suited to provide solutions for all material handling requirements. With product capacities from 14kg up to 8000kg, Amber Industries conveyors have been designed and built for high throughputs in tough operating conditions, where temperatures are common up to 250˚C.


Modular construction makes installation quick and easy and facilitates future system extension or alteration.


Custom designed electronic control systems range from standard PLCs to management diagnostic and bar code systems. Multi-drive systems with speed matched controls are available for longer and heavily loaded installations.


Amber Industries ‘clean’ product - the ‘Sidetrack’ range - has been specifically developed for


stand: 170


Non-destructive testing (NDT) and fluorescent penetrant inspection (FPI) requirements – central to many surface treatment and finishing processes – are fully achieved via the methods, expertise and track record being highlighted by Ardrox Engineering.


Ardrox Engineering TESTING SOLUTIONS FROM ARDROX ENGINEERING


Proven with many of the world’s leading companies, Ardrox Engineering’s standing as a major international supplier of NDT and FPI technology is well-established.


From modular installations to custom designed and turnkey facilities, every project gains from the combination of design, manufacturing quality and innovation – factors which, with ongoing support, are at the heart of the company’s leading reputation.


The wide choice of systems available from Ardrox Engineering ranges from automated lines – ideal for high volume work flows – to manual lines, which are often the ideal solution where space is minimised. Dedicated solutions, such as highly versatile Booth systems or space saving Carousel designs – the latter enabling the simultaneous processing of large volumes in an enclosed environment – can also be specified.


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Technology – all Ardrox Engineering customers benefit from both specific testing and inspection expertise and from the company’s ability to interface with other processing equipment. This is enhanced by a tailored support and service capability – also being detailed for finishing and surface treatment process users on stand N° 170 at this year’s show.


NHE


Godiva Place Coventry


West Midlands CV1 5PN


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 24 7625 3099 Email: andrew.shears@nhe.uk.com www.nhe.uk.com


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applications demanding zero product contamination. Purpose designed ‘C’ pendants are attached to the side of the conveyor, rather than the underside as with conventional systems. The conveyor chain is thus shielded by the conveyor track section, therefore eliminating the possibility of particles contaminationg the carried product.


Amber Industries Ltd Amber House Crompton Street Chadderton, Oldham Lancashire OL9 9AA


Telephone: +44 (0) 161 284 2222 Email: info@amber-industries.ltd.uk www.amber-industries.ltd.uk


Unit 5 Redwood Business Park Oldbury Road Smethwick Birmingham B66 1NJ


United Kingdom


Email: uk.marketingservices@akzonobel.com www.interpon.co.uk www.cromadex.com


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