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Architectural and decorative coatings industry covers a large category of applications: interior and exterior house paints, primers, sealers, varnishes and stains. Decorative paints mainly add color to an interior room, to freshen up façades and can serve a protective purpose too by providing resistance to moisture, bacteria, corrosion, UV radiation, etc.

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Jul 4, 2007 | Article

Waterborne Polyurethane Coatings for Wood Floors – The Next Generation

New pathways were explored to make aqueous polyurethane dispersions without the co-solvent nmethylpyrolidone (NMP). This includes methods to process these materials with alternate cosolvents as well...

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May 18, 2005 | Article

Technology Update: Architectural Finishes

The term 'architectural paints' is not readily defined. In market statistics, architectural and decorative paints are grouped together - reasonably enough, since it's sometimes possible to use the...

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Dec 22, 2004 | Article

Phosphate Esters in Low-VOC Waterborne Architectural Paint Systems

There are a number of basic ingredients necessary in formulating waterborne architectural paints - the latex resin (binder), pigments, coalescent solvents, thickeners and the additives. Among these...

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May 26, 2004 | Article

Benefits of Using Synthetic Aluminium Silicate Extenders in Architecture Coatings and Other Application Fields

Extenders are mainly natural minerals that are micronised after separating secondary constituents. From this huge amount of Extenders only a relative small part used in the coating and Ink industry...

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Apr 23, 2003 | Article

Resins Company Has Floor Coating Needs Covered

Eliokem (formerly Specialty Chemicals business of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.) is a global specialty resin producer, offering start-to-finish service for niche coatings applications, particularly...

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Dec 12, 2005 | Article

Architectural Coatings – Aging Costs Money!

Architectural coatings are generally considered to be those coatings intended for on-site application to residential, commercial, or institutional buildings covering the amateur "do-it-yourself" and...

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Apr 13, 2005 | Article

Proposal for a test method to assess facade coatings against colonization by algae

This document deals with a proposal for a laboratory test method designed to accelerate the colonization process of microscopic algae on facade coating materials. The materials are placed into a...

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Nov 24, 2004 | Article

Acrylic Latex Paints: Still the Gold Standard for Exterior Performance

For over four decades, properly formulated, top-quality latex paints based on all-acrylic binders have withstood all challenges to their position as the premier architectural finishes in North...

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Jan 14, 2004 | Article

Development of VOC-Compliant Binders for Interior Wood Coatings

Special demands apply to lacquers and paints designed for furniture. Requirements for stackability, fast drying and resistance to blocking, solvents, chemicals and UV light all call for a thorough...

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Jochum Beetsma

Wednesday Feb 8, 2017

By Jochum Beetsma

Solve faster your coatings and inks adhesion issues by reviewing origin of adhesive failure and compatible solutions (pre-treatment, additives...) for waterborne, solvent-based, high-solids, and...

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