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Saturday, 20 January 2018

News on coatings technologies from waterborne to nanotechnology and UV/EB. Don´t miss any trend!

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18 Jan 18
Aerobrick: Insulation with microscopic bubbles

Better thermal insulation means lower heating costs – but this should not be at the expense of exciting architecture. A new type of brick filled with aerogel could make thin and highly insulating walls possible in the future – without any additional insulation layer.

16 Jan 18
Effect of high corona dosage on laminate bond strength and time dependent behavior of surface energy on PE, PP and PET

How long does a corona treatment last? How strong is the effect of an overtreatment? How does this affect laminate bond strength? Those questions arise frequently during corona treatment of polymer films.

10 Jan 18
Paracetamol based benzoxazine shows high corrosion inhibition efficiency

The study investigated corrosion inhibition properties of paracetamol based benzoxazine on HCS and Al surfaces in 1M HCl.

9 Jan 18
New Market Study: Flame Retardants

The market research institute Ceresana has published its 5th edition of "Market Study: Flame Retardants". The study on the global market for flame retardants is completely revised.

28 Dec 17
Waterborne polyurethane acrylate coatings with low gloss effect

Researchers have employed a simple method to produce low gloss waterborne polyurethane acrylate coatings that work without dulling agents.

15 Dec 17
UV-curable polyurethane acrylate coatings mitigate tin whisker growth

Tin whisker growth phenomenon, which can lead to short circuits in the electronic components and boards, becomes more critical in lead-free electronics. One potential solution is to use a conformal coating to mitigate the tin whisker growth.

7 Dec 17
Fluoropolymer powders: Two coatings in one

A paper in the next issue of the European Coatings Journal shows how a blended powder coating containing FEVE fluoropolymer and super durable polyester can create a two-layer coating system during curing with enhanced protective and optical properties.

6 Dec 17
Self-healing polyurethane containing carboxyl groups

Self-healing polymer is a kind of intelligent material with the capability to repair damage automatically. In a paper, a type of polyurethane containing carboxyl groups is reported that demonstrates thermally assisted healing effects.

1 Dec 17
Bioinspired route toward elastic concrete materials

Taking inspiration from a sea urchin spine with highly ordered nanoparticles in the biomineral mesocrystal, German researchers report a bioinspired route toward elastic concrete materials.

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