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Why you can knock on wood

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Wooden surfaces are among the toughest surfaces to be coated. Indeed the optimum technology fulfils expectations on robustness and aesthetics. A tough task. And it works: without formaldehyde and isocyanates.

The EUROPEAN COATINGS CONFERENCE &quot;Parquet and furniture coatings”<strong>&nbsp;on 27/28 November in Berlin</strong> provides 12 excellent speakers

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The EUROPEAN COATINGS CONFERENCE "Parquet and furniture coatings” on 27/28 November in Berlin provides 12 excellent spea...

Bud Equi, Cytec, US shows at the EUROPEAN COATINGS CONFERENCE "Parquet and furniture coatings” that environmental safety can be guaranteed with a new series of formaldehyde-free crosslinkers.

Crosslinkers for low temperature cure

The developments include formaldehydefree crosslinkers for ambient and low temperature cure industrial wood applications. 

Without using isocyanatebased systemsthe following performance can be achieved:

-          extended pot life

-          good appearance,

-          early hardness development, and

-          chemical resistance.

 Results will be presented

The results shown during this conference will show how well the new technology can compete against the current industry benchmark for kitchen cabinets, commercial and domestic furniture.

Providing much more information about parquet and furniture coatings

The conference on 27/28 November in Berlin provides 12 excellent speakers. Experts in the fields of e.g.

-          global trendsand challenges regarding woodbased surface markets (by Pöyry Management Consulting, UK)

-          light stabilizing concepts (by BASF SE, Germany)

-          Two UV/LED curing systems for the wood industry (by Heraeus NoblelightGmbH, Germany and Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland)

-          Haptics of wooden flooring elements and the influences on it (Holzforschung Austria, Austria)

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