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September issue: Wood coatings in the focus

Tuesday, 17 September 2019

The September issue of European Coatings Journal is out and features a full package on wood coatings: a market report, a product overview and expert interviews. The magazine is also available in European Coatings 360°.

September issue: Wood  coatings in the focus. Image source: Whyframeshot -AdobeStock

September issue: Wood  coatings in the focus. Image source: Whyframeshot -AdobeStock

People have been using wood as a building material for centuries. This natural building material is gaining more and more public attention due to its sustainability and the fact that it stores carbon. Water-based coating systems are becoming increasingly significant. However, these systems still display some weaknesses compared to solvent-borne systems. Their drying times in particular mean that water-based systems cannot currently compete with solvent-borne systems. Take a look at the technical articles on pages 18 and 32, which each offer solutions for aqueous polyurethane coatings and score especially well on short drying times.

During the European Coatings Live (www.european-coatings.com/live) on 24 September at 15.00 CET, Dr Eva Tejada Rosales from Covestro will be talking about a new 2K water-borne polyurethane system that can be used without sacrificing drying time. Use the opportunity to get instant answers to all your questions. Registration is free of charge.

The complete issue is now also available at our data bank European Coatings 360°. European Coatings 360° also provides registered users with the opportunity to conduct your research activities online via our quick and effective full-text search and find exactly the information you need for your daily work in the field of coatings formulation.

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