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Thursday, 22 October 2020
17 items for Whitepaper
15 Apr 15
Corbion Purac's PURALACT® B3 Enhances Resin Efficiency & Improves Coating Performance

PURALACT®B3-Modified Resins Significantly Reduce Viscosity of Coating Resins, Enabling High Solid Systems

Corbion’s PURALACT® B3 is a renewable, commercially-available, performance building block that enhances resin efficiency and improves coating performance. PURALACT® B3 can be incorporated in saturated polyester and alkyd based resins, in a cost competitive manner, using existing production processes, without compromising performance of both resin and coating.

15 Apr 15
Atlas Ametek - Weather Durability Testing of Paints and Coatings

Will My Coatings Last Outdoors?

Weather durability testing is key to understanding coating "robustness” under various conditions to prevent failures. Often, inappropriate test methods are used, while leaders in coatings and weathering testing have shown the way to reliable testing with the right technologies and methods.

This paper introduces natural accelerated weathering techniques highlighting recent testing technology advances and methods for improved corrosion, lab and outdoor accelerated weathering testing for coatings.

15 Apr 15

A novel 2-Pack Waterborne Epoxy System that Works Like a Solventborne

A new class of amine hardener dispersions for 2K-epoxy application proves that increased productivity, reduced environmental impact and health hazard can be met. BECKOCURE EH 2260 is the central piece of the Easy Cure System. Combined with BECKOPOX® EP 2384w/57WA or BECKOPOX® 387w/52WA, it meets different requirements for protective coatings in terms of hardness, flexibility or speed of curing.

17 Mar 15
Evonik - White Paper - Innovative Binder Technology for High-Solids Industrial Paints

Innovative Binder Technology for High-Solids Industrial Paints

Solventborne paints have demonstrated over decades that the are easy to handle and are distinguished by a very wide processing window.The technology is reliable and established worldwide.

However, since EC Directive 1999/13 came into force, many soventborne paints in European countries no longer meet the regulations for reducing organic volatiles.

Experience shows that, with conventional binder technology, it is not possible to formulate high-solids paints with fewer then 250 g/L VOC. Simply reducing the solvent content in existing medium-solids paints to meet legal requirements results in a highly viscous paint which cannot be applies. To simply reduce the non-volatile components (NVC) in paints requires major changes in the molecular structure of the binder.

3 Apr 14
COROB Equipped for low VOC future

With the change towards the new low-no VOC colorant technologies, both legislation and marketing driven, that is increasingly taking place in the United States, COROB’S experience proves to be key to a hassle free transition. In over a decade of changeover that has occurred in Europe, COROB’S work with customers and high efforts in R&D have been able to deliver true and effective technical solutions to operate equipment in the most demanding colorant-machine conditions.

25 Sep 13
CPS Color - Create a competitive advantage through Integrated Tinting

Create a competitive advantage through Integrated Tinting

Paint manufacturers today are under pressure to meet ever increasing demands on product quality and performance.
This often involves a change of colorants and equipment. Those opting for an integrated tinting system will stay ahead of the market because they will ensure that each component of their system is fine-tuned and optimized for high-quality results.
Find out what the most cost-effective solution is to common problems, in this White Paper on the commercial and technical benefits of Integrated Tinting Systems.

25 Sep 13
DSM - Securing emission profiles beyond the next decade

Protecting indoor air quality beyond current standards

Volatile amine-free water-based polyurethane dispersions from DSM Coating Resins

Be ready for the new standard in waterborne coatings with respect to volatile amine-free water-based polyurethane systems for flooring and decorative paint applications. These amine-free polyurethane dispersions easily meet stringent indoor air quality standards and are even outperforming their amine-neutralized counterparts.


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