Oct 20

Global Protective Coatings Market to See 9.75% CAGR Through 2019, Says MarketsandMarkets in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

London, UK (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

In 2013, the value of the global protective coatings market was estimated at over USD 10.59 billion. In the same year, the world consumption of protective coatings stood at almost 4,254 KT. The APAC region was the leading consumer of protective coatings, accounting for more than 68.5% of the worlds total consumption volume in 2013. China was the top country in terms of protective coatings consumption.

Akzo Nobel N.V., PPG Industries, The Sherwin-Williams Company, Jotun, Kansai Paint Co., The Valspar Corporation, Arkema Group, Wacker Chemie AG, Croda International Plc, Sika Group and Hempel Group are among the top players in the world market for protective coatings. Moreover, the worldwide protective coatings market has a huge potential toward attracting new small as well as big industry players.

The world protective coatings market is projected to grow at a 9.75% CAGR between 2014 and 2019. Meantime, the global consumption of protective coatings is poised to register growth at a 9.52% CAGR in the next 5 years, and is expected to exceed 6,701 KT in 2019. The growth in the world protective coatings market is spurred mainly by the increasing demand from end-use areas as oil and gas, construction, aerospace and automotive industries.

New research report Protective Coatings Market by Resin Type (Alkyd, Acrylic, Epoxy, Polyurethane, Polyester & Others), by Technology (Solvent Borne, Water Borne, Powder & Others) & by Application (Construction, Oil & Gas, Automotive, Aerospace, Product Finishes & Others) – Global Trends & Forecast to 2019 elaborated by MarketsandMarkets (M&M) is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

Report Details:

Title: Protective Coatings Market by Resin Type (Alkyd, Acrylic, Epoxy, Polyurethane, Polyester & Others), by Technology (Solvent Borne, Water Borne, Powder & Others) & by Application (Construction, Oil & Gas, Automotive, Aerospace, Product Finishes & Others) – Global Trends & Forecast to 2019

Published: July, 2014

Pages: 219

Price: US$ 4,650.00


Oct 20

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Oct 19

August 2014 Gives Five Weekends To Explore ARTS In Franklin County

Franklin County, PA (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

This August, the Franklin County Visitors Bureau wants to share the amazing art of Franklin County, PA. August 2014 has a very special phenomenon–five Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The calendar only aligns like this every 823 years, so it is literally a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for five chances to get in a late summer, three-day getaway to explore Franklin County and an array of performing and visual arts.

The first of the five weekends offers Totem Pole Playhouse’s smashing performance of The Foreigner, on August 1, 2, and 3. The comedy stars Ken Jenkins, well-known from Scrubs and Cougar Town, Jill Larson of the long-running soap All My Children, and Dan Jenkins, nominated for a Tony Award in Big River. Totem Pole is one of a handful of summer stock theatres in the U.S. For more than 65 years, Totem Pole has been bringing the quality of Broadway to south central PA. On the remaining four extended weekends, Totem Pole is staging the family musical Godspell, directed by Rowan Joseph and featuring the talent of local church choirs. Friday shows are 8 PM, Saturday shows are 3 PM and 8 PM, and Sunday shows are 3 PM.

Throughout all five August weekends, Destination ARTS in downtown Waynesboro brings art to the streets of downtown in six galleries displaying oil paintings, watercolors, pottery, fiber arts, sculpture, photographs, furniture, prints plus live musicians on the square. The six galleries are located at 42, 50, and 74 West Main, 10 and 20 East Main, and 13 South Church Street. Galleries are open on Fridays from 5 PM to 8 PM, on Saturdays from noon to 6 PM, and Sundays from 1 PM to 4 PM. It is an amazing display and immersion in all forms of art.

POP A Cork For The Capitol on August 16 is the centerpiece of art weekend number three. POP A Cork is a wine-tasting fund-raiser in the historic, art-deco theatre, which opened in 1927. Winemaking is an art, and the art of seven PA wineries is offered for tasting throughout the day, along with a variety of live music inside and outside the theatre. Relax and enjoy a summer wine festival; it is living art.

Franklin County, PA is located just over the Maryland-Pennsylvania border along I-81. It is less than two hours from the Washington, DC and three-and-half hours from New York City. Travel the trails of Franklin County through acres of farmland and forests. Trek back to frontier settlements and forts, stopovers along the Underground Railroad, and sites of Civil War raids and invasions. Woven between the stories that make America’s history are the verdant, rolling hills and azure skies; old-fashioned ice cream parlors and bakeries with shoo-fly pies and sticky buns, orchards with succulent sweet peaches in July and crisp, juicy apples in October; theatres and inns; ski slopes and golf courses; and clean, charming towns where people still smile, stop, and speak.

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Oct 18

BOMAG Introduces BC472RB Refuse Compactor

Kewanee, Illinois (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

The BC472RB refuse compactor from BOMAG offers the performance and durability of the companys larger machines, but in a more compact package. Ideal for smaller landfills, the 52,900-pound compactor offers a sealed frame design, outstanding operator comfort, easy maintenance access and superior compaction capabilities.

Featuring BOMAGs exclusive PAKALL wheel design, the BC472RB utilizes polygonal compaction rings. The front wheel contains 50 teeth, and the rear wheel has 40. The machine eliminates air voids by shredding and crushing waste, allowing landfill operators to achieve greater density, preserve valuable airspace and extend the lifespan of their landfills.

The BC472RB comes with a hydrostatic drive system for superior control and traction. Powered by a 255-horsepower Deutz water-cooled diesel engine, the hydrostatic drive efficiently transfers power and torque to the wheels, providing high pushing power while consuming low amounts of fuel.

Like the larger compactors in the BOMAG line, the BC472RB features a sealed frame and hubs, which protect major drive components and prevent debris from entering the engine compartment. The compactor has 23.6 inches of ground clearance and an articulating/oscillating center joint, helping to maintain greater wheel contact, control and maneuverability. Adjustable scraper bars and wire cutters keep the wheels free of debris to maintain traction and allow maximum tooth penetration.

In addition to offering superior compaction to extend landfill lifespan, the BC472RB also reduces maintenance costs and labor. A central lubrication system automatically greases all major joints, eliminating the need for regular manual greasing. The vertically opening hood and lower access door provide complete access to all engine maintenance points.

Operator comfort and ergonomics are also enhanced with the BC472RB. Joystick controls allow the operator to drive the machine from a natural position, thereby reducing fatigue, and cab noise is minimized for a quiet operating environment.

Other standard equipment includes a sound-suppression cab with heating and air conditioning, vibration isolation and AM/FM CD radio; front and rear working lights; comfort seat; windscreen wipers and washers; back-up alarm; warning horn; seat belts; and a master battery disconnect switch. Optional equipment includes a hydraulic oil temperature gauge, decelerator pedal, cab protection grids, service platforms, a rotary beacon, special paint, charcoal cab filtration and an 11.8-foot refuse blade.

BOMAG Americas, Inc., headquartered in Kewanee, IL, is a global manufacturing and marketing organization for road building and construction machines. The BOMAG product lines include: Cedarapids asphalt pavers and material transfer equipment, CMI & BOMAG reclaimer/stabilizers, Milling Machines, Single drum and Tandem vibratory rollers, Pneumatic tired rollers, Landfill refuse compactors, and a full range of Light compaction equipment. For further information please contact BOMAG at 2000 Kentville Road, Kewanee, IL, 61443, call 309-853-3571, email info(dot)bomag(at)bomag(dot)com or visit http://www.bomag.com/us.

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