U-C Coatings Prevent Glue Buildup on Woodworking Clamps

By Matt Schumake | Posted: 07/03/2014 7:54AM


click image to zoomUC Coatings Bates Glue Release Protective CoatingUC Coatings offers Bates Glue Release BUFFALO, NY - U-C Coatings aims to prevent glue buildup and paint overspray on clamps and spray equipment with its new line of preventative coatings. 

The Bates coatings act as a barrier between clean equipment and glue buildup. When applied to clean machinery, they create a transparent film which keeps glue, wood resin and paint from bonding with metal surfaces.

The company says the Bates BC, Bates HTR-1 and Bates HTR-4 coatings allow both cold- and high-temperature glues to be removed with a paint scraper, eliminating the need for hazardous cleaning chemicals. U-C Coatings adds that its silicone-free wax and oil emulsions are also environmentally friendly.

U-C Coatings also produces Anchorseal end-coatings for logs and lumber. The company will demonstrate the new Bates glue release coatings in booth #2075 at IWF 2014, August 20-23, alongside more than 850 exhibitors showcasing new woodworking tools, machinery, software and equipment. 


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Matt Schumake

As a writer for Woodworking Network, Matt reports on tools, trends, innovations and business methods in the woodworking industry. His experience spans e-commerce and marketing, and he specializes in developing web and media presence for businesses small and large. In addition to writing, Matt builds custom wood furniture pieces at his home in Chicago, Illinois. He can be reached at mjschumake@gmail.com

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