New Issue: The future is water-borne

The November issue of European Coatings Journal is out and features many interesting new facts, market overviews and technical articles about water-borne coatings. The magazine is also available in European Coatings 360°.

The new issue of the European Coatings Journal focusses on water-borne technology. (Source: artemegorov - -

There is a whole number of obvious benefits pushing the shift towards water-borne coatings – be it environmental safety, reduced health risks, or lower clean-up costs. The just released European Coatings Journal – issue 11/2018 will help you to push for more or just better water-borne coatings in your portfolio.

Our latest market report forecast a steady growth for the water-borne coatings sector and will give an idea of how the situation for water-borne coatings will develop in the next years. We also spoke with two technical experts from Tikkurila and Synthomer about their view on the situation. Both of them mentioned regulations as a major driver for technical innovations.

And of course, there is the main technical focus article about a styrene acrylic dispersion for high performance decorative and silicate paint. The author of this article will also present his findings during our monthly webcast European Coatings Live on September 27. Registration is free of charge and you will have the opportunity to ask questions directly to the speaker.

If your focus is not on water-borne coatings, the current issue is worth reading, too. Aside from this focus topic there are more articles on technical innovations, regulatory affairs and much more.

Have a glance at the contents.pdf 720 kB

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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