Coatings R&D Notebook
The solutions to various paint industry problems suggested by Dr. Harvest L. Collier, University of Missouri-Rolla, are presented. He suggests that skinning has long been observed as a potential problem for certain coating systems that contain unsaturated resin systems. For coating applications, nanomaterials have been shown to provide beneficial properties for optical coating properties, wear- and scratch-resistant coatings, thermal spray coatings and conductive coatings. He advises that associative thickeners are an important group of rheological additives used in various coatings formulations.
H. L. Collier, "Coatings R&D Notebook," Industrial Paint and Powder, vol. 79, no. 6, pp. 42, Business News Pub. Co., Jun 2003.
Keywords and Phrases
Anti-skinning agents; Conductive coatings; Thermal spray coatings; Catalysis; Cobalt; Free radicals; Hydrophobicity; Nanostructured materials; Nitrogen compounds; Polyurethanes; Research and development management; Resins; Spraying; Coating techniques
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01 Jun 2003