Coatings R&D Notebook
Various issues related to coating techniques are discussed. It is suggested that additives are employed to modify the performance of coatings and enhance specific application and dry-film performance properties. The use of stabilizers in coatings is often essential to improve the long-term service properties of the coatings. The development of high-quality coating systems requires the use of special energy-related chemical-reaction mechanisms to enable the formation of complex network structures.
H. L. Collier, "Coatings R&D Notebook," Industrial Paint and Powder, vol. 79, no. 2, pp. 50, Business News Pub. Co., Feb 2003.
Keywords and Phrases
Dry films; Hydrolytic stability; Photostabilizers; Absorption; Additives; Biodegradation; Chemical bonds; Crosslinking; Glass transition; Microwaves; Oligomers; Photodegradation; Pigments; Plasticizers; Silicone coatings; Surface active agents; Toxicity; Ultraviolet radiation; Coating techniques
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Article - Journal
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