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GRAFTED VITON COATING METHOD USING ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000027261D
Original Publication Date: 1995-Dec-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-07
Document File: 2 page(s) / 48K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

Disclosed are processes for spray coating of grafted VITONB onto a fuser subsystem roll. These are: 1) electrostatic spraying, a process where the atomized spray material and the piece part to be coated are of opposite charge; 2) air assisted electrostatic spray, a subset of 1) that employs air as the atomizer; 3) airless electrostatic spray, same as 2), with exception that the spray material is itself pressurized and forced through a small orifice for atomization; and 4) rotary atomized electrostatic spray, same as 3), with exception that the material is charged and then dripped onto a rotating circular disk, atomized and thrown off the rotor and onto the part.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

GRAFTED VITON COATING METHOD USING ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY US. C1.430/059 Frank P. Sgabellone
Richard L. Carlston
Robert M. Ferguso
George J. Heeks
Alan R. Kuntz
Kevin M. McGlynn
Ronald J. Richards
Frank Soos

Proposed Classification

Int. C1. G03g 05/06

Disclosed are processes for spray coating of grafted VITONB onto a fuser subsystem roll. These are: 1) electrostatic spraying, a process where the atomized spray material and the piece part to be coated are of opposite charge;
2) air assisted electrostatic spray, a subset of 1) that employs air as the atomizer; 3) airless electrostatic spray, same as 2), with exception that the spray material is itself pressurized and forced through a small orifice for atomization; and 4) rotary atomized electrostatic spray, same as 3), with exception that the material is charged and then dripped onto a rotating circular disk, atomized and thrown off the rotor and onto the part.

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544 XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL - Vol. 20 No. 6 Novernber/December 1995

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