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Allnex at uv.eb West’15: to Showcase Innovative Resins & Additives for Coatings and Inks

Published on 2015-03-03. Author : SpecialChem

ALPHARETTA, Georgia -- Allnex will showcase its innovative resins and additives for energy curable applications at uv.eb West 2015 in Redondo Beach, California. Specifically, Allnex will focus on communicating the benefits and key features of its energy curable EBECRYL® resins, UCECOAT® water-based dispersions and ADDITOL® specialty additives for coatings and inks.

Three presentations will be given during the uv.eb West conference:

Jo Ann Arceneaux, Ph.D., Manager, Technical Service & Business Development, will present on the following topics on March 10:

• "Regulation Friendly UV Curable Products" during the UV Inkjet - Facilitating Adoption for Packaging session 

• "Mitigation of Oxygen Inhibition to Improve the UV LED Cure Process" during the What New Products and Processes will UV LEDs Enable in 2015

Michael Dvorchak, Manager, New Business Development, will present on the following topic:

• “Emerging/Future Applications for UV Cure Technologies” during the UV+EB Curing Technology Innovations – General Session

About Allnex 


A global company with $1.5 billion in sales, Allnex is one of the leading suppliers of resins for architectural, industrial, OEM and special purpose coatings. It is recognized as a specialty chemicals pioneer and known for our professionalism and for offering the broadest portfolio of high quality, innovative liquid resins and additives, radiation cured and powder coating resins, and crosslinkers for use on wood, metal, plastic, and other surfaces. With manufacturing facilities and research and technology support centers located throughout the world, we also provide responsive, local support to our customers, helping them to rapidly bring advanced coating solutions to the market.

Source: Allnex




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