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An interesting development in paint technology is the news of a paint that is virtually impossible to remove, which has been developed at Battelle's Pacific Northwest Laboratories in the USA.
Developments will be described which represent departures from the conventional approaches with which the coatings industry is familiar. Many of these developments are highly specialised, finding application in limited areas. Many represent true innovation such as foam coating or the use of new...
Fasson Europe, whose headquarters for 27 years have been in the Netherlands, has selected one of its most successful production plants Cramlington, Northumberland as the site for a new European research centre for new adhesives, facematerials and release systems for the development of...
Sheen Instruments, 9 Sheendale Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 2JL, has introduced the SS 1200 digital coating thickness meter.
Lawrence Industries, Mitcham Industrial Estate, Streatham Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 2AP, market the Engelhard ASP range of aluminium silicates and the Reichard Coulston iron oxides both from the USA. The latter have recently added 1475SS iron oxide to their range, which is recommended for top...
In the photo right a steel test panel coated with Metalhide OnePac zincrich primer right by PPG Industries shows no rust pitting and less corrosion along the X scribe line than a competitive product applied to an identical panel. Both panels were exposed to 5,000 hrs of saltspray testing. The...
R. J. Hamer Ltd. announce that Mr. Keith Stoodley has been appointed to the post of technical director.
Surface coatings containing stainless steel flake pigments have now become firmly established and proven by applications which increase in variety. The particles, which are lamellar, are marketed in both powder and paste forms.
Zinc stearate Zinc distearate is a fine white soft and muctuous odourless bulky powder, molecular weight 632. Its outstanding characteristic is the extremely small particle size of the top quality material, which can be less than one micron in diameter, giving it a high specific surface e.g. the...
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