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Sonja Specks
25 February 2011 08:24:00 | Posted by: Sonja Specks, European Coatings Journal
High solids versus waterborne technology?

As a known fact waterborne coatings have successfully substituted solventbornes in a variety of systems. Another eco-friendly alternative are high solid coatings. Both systems differ in their chemistry, as well as application and drying technology, and thus do not compete, according to Dr. Marie Bleuzen, Group Leader Architectural Coatings, The Dow Chemicals Company. In the Expert Voices column of the February issue of the European Coatings Journal she said "I believe that high solids and waterborne technologies will stay mutually exclusive since they are very different from a formulation and application points of view." Dr. Jørgen H. Olsen, R&D Manager Woodcare at AkzoNobel Decorative Paints has a different opinion:

Kirsten Wrede
10 February 2011 17:52:00 | Posted by: Kirsten Wrede, European Coatings Journal
Nano: always controversial

It's nano again: it seems that you get bombarded with news on nanotechnology these days. Not all of them positive, of course. So why not picking up on this very controversial issue once in a while.

Miriam von Bardeleben
3 February 2011 12:15:00 | Posted by: Miriam von Bardeleben, European Coatings Journal
Does the coatings industry have an image problem?

More than a week has passed since I have listened to Hans Wijers bringing the topic up during his talk at the Coatings Summit in Washington: To what extent is the paint and coatings industry still facing an image problem? Here are the facts:...

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