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Emerging technologies - Waterborne Symposium with new feature

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

The School of Polymers and High-Performance Materials at The University of Southern Mississippi is pleased to announce a new feature for the 2015 Waterborne, High-Solids and Powder Coatings Symposium held February 8-13, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The 2015 Waterborne, High-Solids and Powder Coatings Symposium will be held February 8-13, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The 2015 Waterborne, High-Solids and Powder Coatings Symposium will be held February 8-13, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Special Session will cover the theme of Emerging Technologies. It features three speakers and will be held Thursday morning from 8:00-9:30 in Track 2.

The speakers for this session are
  • Bob Richard, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Label Master
    How to Handle the GHS Conversion Challenge
  • James Meriano, USA Representative, Carbodeon
    Nanodiamond Modification of Surface Coatings to Improve Wear and Friction Properties
  • Anthony Carignano, Director of Buisness Development, Heat Technologies, Inc.
    Good Vibrations: Ultrasonic Acoustically Assisted Inline Drying for Waterborne Wood Coating
Reducing waterborne coating dry times

Bob Richard, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs at LabelMaster, will present "How to Handle the GHS Conversion Challenge”. The coatings industry faces a June 1, 2015 deadline for GHS compliance, and it is essential that coatings manufacturers know about the meaning and procedure of MSDS to GHS SDS conversion.

The properties of diamonds are now available to the coatings industry through functionalised nanodiamond materials. James Meriano, USA Representative for Carbodeon, will offer information on this technology in his presentation, "Nanodiamond Modification of Surface Coatings to Improve Wear and Friction Properties”.

Anthony Carignano, Director of Business Development at Heat Technologies Inc., will present "Good Vibrations: Ultrasonic Acoustically Assisted Inline Drying for Waterborne Wood Coatings.” The presentation will offer insight into a new technology that has the ability to reduce waterborne coating dry times from 10 minutes to 30 seconds, while maintaining gloss and leveling using substantially less energy.

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