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Unlike architectural, industrial coatings are not defined by their aesthetic properties but by their protective ones. Industrial protective coatings are mainly long-lasting coating solutions which allow longer use of industrial facilities or other industrial applications exposed to extreme environmental conditions. Polyurethane, polyester, epoxy and fluoropolymers are the main resins used in industrial coatings.

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By Ayaz A. Khan

Are you formulating water-based pigment dispersions? And looking to develop more sustainable products to answer regulatory and market requirements while keeping high-performance level? During this...

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Raven® 5000 Ultra® II carbon black for solventborne high color coatings exhibits the finest particle size in the world. It provides the industry leading level of jetness which is the property most...

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Birla Carbon offers a complete range of carbon blacks specifically designed for use in paints and coatings. Discover a selection of products for medium color coatings and providing easy dispersion...

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Raven® 1185 Ultra is a surface modified carbon black for coatings and premium quality inks featuring high jetness and easy dispersion. This product is recommended for food­contact and skin­contact...

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Defoamers Selection for Industrial Coatings

By Johan Bieleman

Review factors that are vital while selecting anti-foaming agents for your industrial coatings formulation. Find out more about various classes of defoamers, their functioning and uses in industrial coatings. Also, get a quick brief on risks and benefits linked with each category. And, to further help you select defoamers/anti-foaming agents for your industrial coatings formulations, check out factors which need to be considered according to your substrate, application technology, function of your coating or the film formation chemistry.

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Autonomic Materials is the recognized leader in self-healing additive technology for high-performance coatings, adhesives and sealants. We offer solutions to prevent the costly problem of coating...

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Raven® Carbon Blacks is a complete range of carbon black pigments specifically designed for use in paints and coatings. Find out more about Raven® Carbon Blacks for general purpose tinting. Raven®...

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Raven® 5000 Ultra® II carbon black pigment provides deep color and high level of jetness for waterborne high-end coatings applications in the Automotive, Industrial and Architectural industries...

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Select Scratch & Mar Resistance Agents for Coatings

By Vincent Makala

Scratch & Mar Resistance agents are recommended in many formulations where improved resistance is required. Due to the influence of an agent on many properties, a correct choice may also positively influence other finished coating's characteristics. Among the large choice of agents available in market, this guide will help you select the right product for your formulation on the basis of its type and important characteristics.

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Solvents Selection for Industrial Coatings

By François Magnin

Select the right solvent for your industrial coating formulations from a range provided by the coatings market. The matrices in this selection guide provide a primary evaluation of the different solvent families and some specific solvents within them. This guide also briefs about the main families used in coating formulations: Hydrocarbons, Ketones, Esters, Alcohols and Glycol Ethers.

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