Articles

UV Curable Metal Coatings - Special Possibilities and Problems

N. Pietschmann, 2005 Conference

Transparent and black pigmented UV crosslinking model formulations were investigated on steel and aluminium using various raw materials and curing conditions.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages
Industry: Formulation

UV Meets Colour: A Numerical Simulation of the Through-Cure of Pigmented UV Coatings

T. Frey, 2005 Conference

The physical interactions between electro-magnetic radiation and colour pigments in pigmented UV coatings complicate the through-cure of such coating films.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages
Industry: Formulation

Application of Modern EB-Processors in the Packaging Industry

I. Rangwalla, 2005 Conference

A new generation of low voltage, low cost electron beam dryers in the 70 kV — 110 kV range, has opened new opportunities for electron beam drying in the packaging and printing industry.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages
Industry: Formulation

How to Get Enhanced Adhesion on Plastic Substrates

A. Carroy, 2005 Conference

By going through the required properties to achieve adhesion this presentation will cover selection of monomers and oligomers and will be illustrated by several case studies.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 4 pages
Industry: Formulation

How to Coat Plastics with UV Curable Resins

S. Smeets, 2005 Conference

Due to the increasing use of plastics as construction materials in automotive, electronic and

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages
Industry: Formulation

Optimised Matting Agents for UV-curing Coatings

D.J. Kent and Dr. V. Petry, 2001 Conference

The mechanism for creating matt effects in traditional coatings is well understood in that it relies on incorporating a particulate matting agent in the coating and adequate film shrinkage resulting from evaporation of volatile components enables the particulate to create a microrough surface.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 6 pages
Industry: Formulation

The Process and benefits of Nitrogen Inertingfor UV curable Coatings with and without the presence of Photoinitiator

J. Walia, Heraeus Noblelight Fusion UV Inc, 2001 Conference

Free radical chemistry is still the most widely used UV curable system. There are a wide range of raw materials and applications available to the formulator and end user to achieve the desired properties for their film.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 12 pages
Industry: Formulation

Evaluation os some Parameters Influencing the Properties of UV Curable Coatings

C. Tronche, J.C. Ubert And C.P. Chawla, 2001 Conference

UV curable organic-inorganic hard-coats, containing functionalized nanosized silica dispersed in

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 6 pages
Industry: Formulation

A New Onium Salt for Cationic Curing of White Pigmented Expoxy Formulations

J.-L. Birbaum and S. Iig, 2001 Conference

 

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 6 pages
Industry: Formulation

Use of a Novel Bifunctional Photoinitiator in Graphic Arts

M. Cattaneo, R. Filpa, P. Soragna And M. Visconti, 2001 Conference

The performances of the novel bifunctional photoinitiator LFC 1001 (Esacure 1001) are reported
when used in combination of H-transfer co-initiators and in particular with amine and ethoxylated

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 6 pages
Industry: Formulation

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