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Marine coatings are applied to military or commercial ships, pleasure craft, off shore rigs but also structures which are in sea or fresh water environments. Marine coatings need to provide the dual protection from corrosion and against marine-related damage and provide the performance demanded in the marine industry. Main chemistries used to formulate marine coatings are epoxies or polyurethanes.

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A SpecialChem Client is interested in new processes or technologies which can potentially remove or capture 1,3-butadiene or catalyze the conversion of 1,3-butadiene into less harmful compounds...

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In the first part of "High heat protective coating breakthroughs" technical paper, we presented two innovative solutions to develop high heat protective coatings with corrosion, mechanical and...

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Corrosion Inhibitors for Coatings

By Vincent Makala

Corrosion directly impacts the aesthetics and quality of many finished goods. This guide will apprise you with the role coatings play in the protection of metallic surfaces against the corrosion. This guide will also help you understand the working of corrosion inhibitors in coatings. Read on and explore how to select the corrosion inhibitors to formulate non-toxic coatings with long-lasting performances!

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Get high heat resistance with the best-in class NMP-free Polyimide Varnish: up to 550°C at 5% weight loss properties! A new NMP-free Polyimide Varnish coating material has been developed enabling...

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High heat protection is a property required in many industries like aerospace, industrial, oil & gas or marine. The challenge is not only to provide a sufficient level of heat protection, but also...
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