ESPC

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AcronymDefinition
ESPCEnergy Savings Performance Contract
ESPCEdinburgh Solicitors Property Centre (Scotland)
ESPCE-Mail Sender and Provider Coalition
ESPCEquality State Policy Center
ESPCE-Mail Service Provider Coalition
ESPCEnvironmental Satellite Processing Center (US NOAA)
ESPCEuropean Space Power Conference
ESPCEnglish-Swedish Parallel Corpus
ESPCElectrostatic Powder Coating
ESPCEntscheidungsunterstützungssystem in der Statistischen Prozeßcontrolle (Germany)
ESPCExpeditionary Support Policy Council (NAVSUP)
ESPCEnvironment and Security Pilot Study
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|If I had not had the opportunity to sell electrostatic powder coating equipment I believe that I would not be here today.
Since then Marstat has grown steadily, first under the Ransburg Gema flag (he still supplies the full range of DeVilbiss Ransburg wet application equipment) and is now selling the full range of Gema Volstatic manual electrostatic powder coating equipment.
This UK company was formed only a year ago to design and manufacture a comprehensive range of high quality electrostatic powder coating equipment for sale to a global market.
The Eurotec range of electrostatic powder coating equipment has been designed by Dave Campbell and supplemented with the world wide experience of the team to produce what they consider is an unsurpassed range.
Electrostatic powder coating equipment manufacturers Gema Volstatic, which was exhibiting as part of the ITW group, launched an automatic powder system range.
The Quadco manual electrostatic powder coating unit is said to incorporate all the latest developments in powder coating equipment.
The company can now offer a speedier turnround in a wide range of colours, following the expansion of its electrostatic powder coating facility at the Midland Division in Kingswinford.
* AddWorks[R] IBC 251--a new "tribo enhancing" additive for electrostatic powder coatings, providing an all-in-one solution for cost-effective formulations.
It reportedly eliminates problems of sagging and running that can result from fluidized-bed and electrostatic powder coatings.
Contraflow ovens were developed primarily for curing electrostatic powder coatings, but other uses are possible.
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