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It is common practice to classify film forming systems into chemical and physical drying types. The drying of a film former by chemical means results in a film that is either largely or completely insoluble in the original solvent in which it was dissolved. Physical drying of a film former...
Modern three roll mills are fitted with automatic temperature control equipment, each roll with its own thermostat system. In addition to uniform and reproducible working temperatures, this ensures savings in water consumption of up to 30. With mechanical and hydrostatic roll adjustment systems...
The Neumo indexing conveyor machine automatically bottom fills foaming liquid into 1 gallon 5 litre plastic containers. It will also automatically top fill containers of up to 1 gallon with nonfoaming liquids, while a handheld remote filling probe is provided to fill up to 45 gallon containers...
Garrick Chemical have been appointed sole UK distributors by SAPICIltaly, for their range of polyurethane surface coating materials. These include the Polurene range, consisting of different isocyanate polymers taken up in solvent ready for blending into polyurethane surface coatings the Rexin...
New marketing plans are announced by Columbian International as a result of the recent acquisition of Philblack. Columbian International will be marketing, on behalf of Cities Service International, carbon black from the Philblack plant at Avonmouth, as well as from the existing Four Ashes plant...
Oertling have produced an informative pamphlet on their digital analytical balances. It includes the basic features e.g. tare, readout, design, technical data, a clear diagram and a list of overseas agents. These models complete the comprehensive R series of 7 digital balances.
Faster, more automated means for curing coatings as well as techniques in which the monomer polymerises to the polymer during curing readily captured the paint industry's imagination. Such concepts spell greater efficiency, greater automation and, in the long run, lower costs and greater...
The worlds of ceramics and plastics, often disparate and in direct competition, are being drawn closer together by new processes in which Beetle aminoplastic resins help print colourful and complex patterns and pictures on tiles and pottery.
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