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Guanidine stearate will function as a lubricant for melamineformaldehyde resins and guanamineformaldehyde resins, and glyceryl monostearate can improve the mechanical properties of the former. Laurie acid can be applied to the production of high grade baking enemel resins in combination with...
BASF's Lepton Top LB is a 43 aqueous dispersion of various acrylic copolymers with special additives.
As readers will know, although there is a long tradition in the coatings industry of using fillers, improvements in the quality of various fillers means the market is expanding. This view is supported in a recent Frost & Sullivan report which explores the market for fillers, opacifiers and...
Insulating varnishes are widely used for coating of armaturescoils of electric motors, transformers and also for finishing electrical components. Natural resin shellac finds considerable use in the manufacture of insulating varnishes. Improved dielectric properties have been obtained for...
The programme for the ICSF91 Conference to be organised by the IMF at the Palace Hotel, Torquay, 2426 April 1991, has just been published.
Sigma Coatings has once again provided operations with the right choice of paint system, this time to protect boottops, topsides, decks, deck fittings and superstructures.
FrymaMaschinenbau GmbH presented its products at the recent FARBE UND LACK '91 Fair in Nrnberg.
The Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology has announced the recent publication of Introduction to Coatings Technology, the 16th monograph in its revised Series on Coatings Technology.
When Albert Einstein theoretically proved the possibility of laser action in 1917, who could have thought it would come to this Yes, once again scientists have applied the laser to another previously unchallenged area of industry curing of coatings. It was once said that a laser was developed as...
Interpon D International Paint Ltd's polyester powder coating for factory finished architectural metalwork has been used in the major refurbishment of the imposing Gothic Crown Courts Building at Wood Green in North London.
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