New powder coating operation simplifies cleaning as it advances finishing quality
A New England commercial and residential heating manufacturer installs a new washer, conveyor, and curing oven to accommodate one-step, no-rinse, no-heat cleaning.
The Roaring Twenties was a hot decade of firsts: The first highway, the first motel, the first radio broadcast, the first television, the first sound movie, the first person to swim 100 meters under a minute (Johnny Weissmuller), the first person to hit 60 home runs (Babe Ruth, the Prince of Powders), the first mass production of cars (the Model T). But another first was to heat up the nation in a different—and very practical--way. John H. Ehn invested in a business holding several patents on finned-tube radiation—a new heat-transfer method.