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The heating of resin kettles has traditionally been achieved using steam, induction heating or direct firing. In recent years, thermal fluid heating has been a further option available with many advantages to offer. We will consider these alternatives in turn.
Polystyrene glycol was prepared and incorporated into nigerseed oil and castor oil alkyds representing semidrying and nondrying type alkyds respectively. Compatibility of polystyrene glycol with these alkyds was investigated. It was found that 11 to 12 per cent polystyrene glycol could...
Akzo Chemie is now marketing its Epilink range of Epoxy curing agents in the U.K.
Mike Wood has returned to Fishburn Printing Ink Co. Ltd. as national sales director. For the last nine years he was with inmont, Fishburn's parent company, in South Africa with responsibility for its printing ink and automotive paint business.
An interesting new marine coating developed in Finland is particularly useful for icegoing vessels such as ferries which operate in cold areas and icebreakers. Over 30 Finnish vessels have been coated with this material which is called Inerta 160 and which was developed by TeknosMaalit. The...
The EUROPEAN COIL COATING ASSOCIATION ECCA which represents the European organic coating industry held its General Meeting at the Melia Castilla Hotel in Madrid on 23rd25th April 1979. Summaries of the papers are as follows
P. W. Allen & Co., 253 Liverpool Road, London N1 1NA, have announced a new drum viewer Model DV45. This is a Britishmade short cranked handheld probe that can be inserted through barrel side or end bung holes, to examine every part of the interior. A protected 12volt lamp is used for...
BarberGreene England Ltd., manufacturers of road making machinery, have found an unusual use for Th. Goldschmidt Ltd.'s Reinau EW 99DR epoxy resin based seamless flooring.
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