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Cobalt naphthenate has been employed in adhesives for joining metals and rubber e.g. steel cord tyres and conveyor belts, to promote adhesion, and in elastomeric compounds for adhesion to brass plated metals. It has also been employed in hardeners for epoxy resin adhesives, and as a reducing...
When modern technology is brought forward to meet the needs of socially responsible conservation, the result, it is said, can be a happy blend of old and new, extremely satisfying for all concerned.
Endecotts have just launched a new test sieve shaker, known as the EFL3 Mk3, specially designed to accommodate larger sieves. Its rugged construction makes it ideal for the widely used large diameter sieves of 400mm and 450mm.
ICI has completed a major refit of its Resin Technology Laboratory, a small but significant part of its paint making resources at Slough. The new facilities which were opened recently by ICI Paints Division Chairman, David Barnes, are a response to the rising level of technology and bring the...
Ircogelr 903 is a new product introduced by the Diversified Products Group of Lubrizolr Corporation to replace Ircogel 901, a liquid calcium organic thixotrope predispersed in dioctylphthalate DOP. The change is a reflection of Lubrizol's longstanding policy in regard to health, safety, and the...
Douglas Naismith, 24, has been appointed technical representative by Butinox Timber Finishes Ltd.
Britain's newest paint production plant has been given a royal opening by Princess Alexandra.
Three copolymer and three terpolymer systems involving tributyltin methacrylate, methyl methacrylate and acrylonitrile were prepared with variable tin content of 7, 15 and 22. The structure of the organotin polymers was investigated by the elemental analysis of tin and nitrogen and by infrared...
Eastman Chemical International has introduced a new solvent, Ektapro EEP, chemically ethyl 3ethoxypropionate, and are suggesting its use as a toxicologically safe alternative to ethyl glycol acetate.
We were informed last month that work on a 2V2 year collaborative project has just begun at two major UK Research Institutions on the development of computer software to model emulsion polymerisation reactions. Yarsley Technical Centre and its sister company Fulmer Research Laboratories are...
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