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In this presentation our speakers, Dr. Denis RUHLMANN and Mehdi BOUZID, will address American and European types of formulation from high to low PVC.
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Dr. Denis RUHLMANN is in charge of the Coatings additives department at COATEX. He has been responsible for the development of rheology additives encompassing dispersants and thickeners for water-based formulations for more than 15 years.
Dr. Denis RUHLMANN has a PhD in the field of photochemistry and polymers, is author or co-author of more than 30 papers and of about 10 patents. He gives conferences on a regular basis at various professional Paints and Coatings events (ECS, ACS, OCCA, FSCT, Eurocoat, Fatipec, Formula III, AFTPVA...). He also gives lectures about applied rheology for vocational training at the AFPEV (French Association for Paints and Varnishes) and lectures for students at schools and universities.
Mehdi Bouzid has a degree in Chemistry, he joined COATEX France in 1998 to work on polyacrylate dispersing agents used in the Water treatment, Ceramic industries and other Industrial Specialties. In 2008, he was promoted as COATEX Application Laboratory Manager in Chester, SC. With his team, he is now in charge of all the Technical Support to the Paint and Coatings industry for the Americas as well as the Construction, Paper and Minerals Processing areas.
His mission is the management of projects interfacing with Customers and Research & Development labs.
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