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International Pinchin Johnson have given a boost to their low temperature resin plant at Minerva Works, Silvertown, London, by the completion of a new 2000gal, stainless steel, steam heated reaction vessel. The new development is the second part of a project which was started in 1971, and will...
Mayne and coworkers have carried out intensive studies on the electrochemical behaviour of anticorrosive paint systems. More recently they have shown that the paint films possess ionogenic sites which become ionised by the absorption of water or moisture and thus become selectively permeable to...
PPG Industries, Pittsburgh, Pa, 15222, USA, has announced development of the world's first waterborne interior coating commercially approved for beer and soft drink cans.
Twentyfour Unipulse meters supplied by Neptune Measurement Ltd. of Dobcross, near Oldham, are playing a major part in a recently commissioned batching plant at the Huddersfield dye manufacturing works of L. B. Holliday & Co. Ltd.
The development of silicone modified alkyd enamels by Berger Chemicals Protection Division goes back to the 1950's when they were compared against normal alkyd together with twopack polyurethane type coatings. These initial tests showed that silicone modified alkyds had superior chalk resistance...
Dr John Eaton Burch has been appointed works director of Synthetic Resins, in succession to Mr W. M. Bell who has recently retired.
A review of waterbased thermosetting resins for industrial finishes includes the fundamental parameters of acrylic polymers and a comparison of emulsion, colloid and solution properties.
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