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Publication Date: 03/2000
Pages: 3
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Despite the standby status of its powder clearcoat pilot plant, the LEPC continues to make progress in powder

Three million Chrysler and GM vehicles were coated with a powder primer in 1999. Compare that with a few powder-primed vehicles in 1994, a year after the formation of the Low Emissions Paint Consortium [LEPC], a group that works under the auspices of the United States Council for Automotive Research [USCAR].

But despite its success in promoting powder as a primer coat on vehicles, the LEPC has run into some roadblocks in its attempts to devise a powder clearcoat that will meet the automotive industry's stringent standards.

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