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The Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan, USA was the venue for the 59th Annual Meeting, Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology and the 46th Paint Industries Show which took place on October 28th30th, 1981. There were no fewer than 179 exhibitors, almost entirely from the USA. The large crowds...
Humphrey & Glasgow Ltd. has ordered ten bulk fluid loading arms, valued at 28,000, from LinkHampson for the new multipurpose resin processing plant which is under construction for ICI Paints Division at Stowmarket. The arms will provide an important link to the plant for bulk quantities of...
ElektroPhysik of Cologne has introduced a new instrument for measuring nondestructively the thickness of surface coatings.
Magnesium stearate Mg C12H33O22 is a fine white odourless bulky powder, probably the finest of the metallic stearates, with a very high covering capacity. It has rounder particle shape than does, say, zinc stearate and is a muctuous soapy powder adherent to the skin, and is rated as...
The coatings industry is based on a large number of scientific principles. To be sure, it developed both in ancient and modern times without regard to these. But once an empirical body of knowledge was built up, it became obvious that theoretical underpinnings were not only desirable but...
Last month we received news of two interesting developments in coatings technology from the United States, both of which won awards.
Production Chemicals Ltd., St. Christopher House, 217 Wellington Road South, Stockport, Cheshire SK2 6NH, have been appointed exclusive U.K. agents for Akkat Chemie, GmbH, of Wulfrath, W.Germany, to market their new synthetic pigment extender for emulsion paints.
Berger Paints last month officially opened its refurbished R&D Laboratory complex, which completes an important phase in a 2 million investment programme.
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