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NETZSCH Focuses on Paint Curing at European Coatings Show 2011 at Nuremberg

Published on 2011-01-25. Author : SpecialChem

NETZSCH is participating at European Coatings Show 2011 in Nuremberg and Paint and adhesive curing will be the primary focus of the company. Together with its sister Business Unit, "Grinding & Dispersing", the company will present its many solutions for the paints, dyes, sealants and adhesives industries (Hall 6, Booth 221.)

With its Photo-DSC 204 F1 Phoenix®, NETZSCH addresses the prevailing market demand for UV-curing analysis solutions on light-activated resin systems, adhesives, paints, coatings and dental masses. When equipped with the automatic sample changer for up to 64 samples, the Phoenix® can also be a versatile workhorse for quality assurance and failure analysis in the temperature range from -180°C to 700°C.

The easy-to-operate thermo-microbalance, TG 209 F3 Tarsus®, was developed especially for routine applications in the polymer field, but also serves the chemical industry. It is an ideal entry-level instrument for analyzing thermostability as well as the individual constituents of paint and adhesive systems up to 1000°C.

After its resounding success during the ECS 2009, NETZSCH "Analyzing & Testing" will again be holding a user seminar for paints and adhesives technology, on March 30, 2011. Presenting at the seminar will be reputable professionals who use thermal analysis and cure monitoring in their day-to-day work. Experienced users from various application fields will be on hand for discussions about practical problems, and copies of the application poster "Thermal Properties of Polymers" will also be available free of charge.

About NETZSCH

The Analyzing & Testing business unit of the NETZSCH group develops and manufactures a complete high-precision instrument line for thermal analysis and thermophysical properties measurement, as well as offering world class commercial testing services in our laboratories. Our instrumentation is employed for research and quality control in the polymer sector, the chemical industry, the areas of inorganic and building materials, and environmental analysis. Instruments for controlling - such as for in-situ cure monitoring - complete our product line.

Source: NETZSCH


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