The Universal Selection Source: Coatings Ingredients
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Dr. Denis RUHLMANN is in charge of the Coatings additives department at COATEX. He is 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 base 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.
In many cases, wetting agents can be avoided in your waterborne formulation!
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