Re: Threaded Coating Rod
Yes, I mean a regular rod that a nut would screw on. And you can pick
them up almost anywhere so if anyone is interested in try one in lieu
of a glass rod it would be inexpensive to do so.
The wire wound rod is another type of coating technology but offers
no advantages for sizing paper so far as I see.
At 11:24 AM -0400 10/3/06, Robert Newcomb wrote:
So when you say threaded rod, you actually mean a regular threaded
rod that a nut would screw on to? Which is different then a wire
wound rod. The threads determine the amount of coating?
On Oct 3, 2006, at 12:39 AM, Sandy King wrote:
BTW, threaded rods in many sizes are available at Home Depot and
Lowes stores. These are Zinc plated and may or may not hold up to
For coating carbon or gum I would probably just spray a coat of a
anti-corrosive paint (Rust-Oleum) on the rod to protect it. Not as
good as the stainless rods, but would be a very inexpensive way to
find out of this method of coating would work for you.
At 12:31 AM -0400 10/3/06, Sandy King wrote:
Here is another source for coating rods.