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Tuesday, 26 May 2020
Technologies

News on coatings technologies from waterborne to nanotechnology and UV/EB. Don´t miss any trend!

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„Good manufacturing practice limits impurities“
14 Apr 11
„Good manufacturing practice limits impurities“

Paul Gevaert from Cytec Surface Specialties, Belgium reports about the latest binder developments for food packaging applications and why the new products have an advantage compared to establishedproducts. Further he gives an overview on major current trends for food packaging coatings.

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24 Mar 11
UV-coatings for vehicle axles patented

By suitable coating of e.g. commercial vehicles, an attempt is made to provide simple and efficient protection from chemical and mechanical stresses.

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23 Mar 11
Gaining know-how about functional coatings

The new book "Functional Coatings" gives users of paint technology an overview of the most promising developments and approaches.

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16 Mar 11
Targeting clean surfaces

Developments in fluorosilicone chemically modified surfaces with easy-to-clean and stay clean properties will be presented at the European Coatings Congress in Nuremberg.

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24 Feb 11
Waterborne versus high solids?

Waterborne or high solids - mutually exclusive or possible one by one, or is a combination possible?

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Controllable surface layers produced
 
17 Feb 11
Ultra-thin aircraft coating to reduce drag

The coating reduces the build-up of ice and debris on the aircraft's structure, leading edge and other surfaces, thus reducing drag on the aircraft's surface.

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11 Feb 11
Controlling carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes have many attractive properties. Scientists at the University of Gothenburg have studied the manufacturing process of these promising materials.

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24 Jan 11
Researcher warns of health risks with carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes, which are extremely small fibers used in many new light and strong materials, may present health risks if inhaled, in the worst case leading to cancer, according to researcher.

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24 Jan 11
Impregnating plastics with carbon dioxide

Researchers are now impregnating plastics with compressed CO2 in a process that could lead to new applications ranging from colored contact lenses to bacteria-resistant door handles.

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