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Surface reflections that prevent a clear view of a display device are a recurring problem in most optical systems. They also reduce the energy transmitted through an optical system, an important factor where low levels of energy are involved.
Since the appointment of Mr. L. Hill as managing director of KEK, Macclesfield, earlier in the year, emphasis on the company's export activities has been strengthened by the appointments of Mr. R. Alt as export sales manager, and Mr. A. J. Boulton as U.K. marketing manager.
Electric iron handles moulded in black phenolic are being successfully coated by Hotpoint with a special lowbake, epoxy thermoset powder coating developed and supplied by Drynamels Ltd, Shaftmoor Lane, Hall Green, Birmingham.
Ferguson & Menzies Ltd, 14 Park Road, London W3 9BD, are currently introducing to the UK market a new range of rosinderived tackifying resins.
On this page of our July issue we commented upon a recent study of the West European paint study made by Industrial Aids Ltd, of London SW1 which gave the gloomy forecast that the growth of paint production in the 1980's would be less than 5 per cent. In contrast, we have now seen another...
A graphite waterborne paint with special antistatic properties is now available from International Paint Industrial Coatings. The coating is already being used on the inside of phenolic impregnated fibreboard covers for the backs of television cabinets to prevent the buildup of static...
The oil from the fruit of Parinari anamense Hance, a tree indigenous of Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, is a practical substitute for tung oil for making quality printing inks. In Thailand, the tree grows wild in the northeastern part of the country, where the ripened fruits that fall down...
Each year many review articles appear which summarise more or less complete data in a given area. Some of these make forecasts for a given period. Thus, Mann Modern Paint & Coatings, 67, January 1977 p. 23 in a review entitled The Circuitous Road to Recovery has described some of the important...
The expanding demand in food factories for customprepared epoxide resin flooring using specialised curing agents is illustrated by three recent installations carried out by AbChem Ltd., using Anchor Chemical curing agents.
Vinyl esters of mixed fatty acids derived from linseed and safflower oils were emulsion polymerised to yield oligomers that gave hard, glossy films with excellent flexibility and good water and chemical resistance.
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