Articles

UV cured coatings for household appliances and decorative panels

2011 RTE Conference

• AFP-coated stainless steel is a high-end “design” product.

• The trend for the adoption of AFP stainless is growing (future?)

• Quality and function requirements are extremely high.

• UV-cured coatings help reduce the “plastic-like” effect of AFPs.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 7 pages

Speeding up the development of coated textile products

Pieter Castelein, 2011 RTE Conference

Globalisation and environmental awareness is forcing the textile industry to innovate and to work more cost-effectively. Therefore technologies that can reduce the time-to-market of new products are of tremendous interest of this industry.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 7 pages

First automatic plant in the world that paints three-dimensional items with UV-curing powder coatings & UV-curable Powder Coatings to be applied on metal

Danilo O. Malavolti - Anver & Alessandro Barzoni e Tullio Rossini - Akzo Nobel Powder Coatings

Powder coating (and the relevant commercial advantages) has been used for more than 50 years with great economic and ecological improvements. Its application technology has continuously developed, reaching a level that nowadays allows obtaining colour changes – therefore, internally cleaning the

Costs: Free
Content: 9 pages

UV curable Clearcoats - A Scratch Resistant and Weatherfast Alternative to Thermosetting Clearcoats

T. Jung And A. Valet, 2001 Conference

UV-curing has found over the past years increasing number of industrial applications and will find even more areas of applications in the years to come. The major reasons for that are its unique benefits, e.g. solvent free formulations, high cure speed and low temperature processing.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages

New Developments in Radiation Curable Powder Coatings II

S. Udding-Louwrier, R.A. Baijards, N.W. Feima, DSM NeoResins, 1999 Conference

Radiation curable powder coatings are now in the early stages of commercialisation. For years, the coating industry has sought ways to lower the curing temperature of powder coatings.

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Content: 8 pages

Vinylethers As Reactive Diluents For Epoxy Silicone Release Coatings

J.A. Dougherty and J. McKittrick, 1997 Conference

Ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB) curable release coatings continue to grow
in popularity. Fueling this growth are many unique features including the ability to
be cured at, or slightly above, room temperature with no solvent emissions. Most

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 9 pages

Electron Beam Coatings on Composite Panels for the Construction Industry

N. Handegard and C. Chaix, 1997 Conference

Looking W years ahead, the need of having a top quality product will be even more necessary than today.Choosing the Electron Beam technology secures STENI's market and makes it in the top range of producers Environmental requirements will make traditional products even more expensive in the futur

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Content: 7 pages

UV Cured Coatings On Automotive Headlights

M. Allard, 1997 Conference

since twenty years has started the industrial use of UV varnishes in automotive area. The author

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Content: 9 pages

Uv Curable Nonsilicone Release Coatings

J.A. Dougherty and J.V. Crivello, 1995 Conference

Radiation curable release coatings contain no solvent and have the unique ability to be
cured at, or slightly above, room temperature. Polymerization is initiated by ultraviolet
light (UV) or electron beam (EB) exposure. Many successful release coating formulations

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages

Effects of Key Variables on Retortability, Flexibility and Other Physical Properties of Uv-Curable Cationic Epoxide Coatings. II

1995 Conference

Coatings for metal packaging must maintain adhesion and not crack while the metal is bent and

Costs: Free
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