Articles

New Generation of High Power Electronic Ballasts

P. Schwarz-Kiene And A. Beying, IST METZ GmbH, 2001 Conference

In this paper different design technologies of electronic ballasts and their system as well as lamp

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Content: 8 pages
Industry: Formulation

Application of Flow Injection Polymer Analysis for the Rapid Characterization of Materials Used in the Optical Fiber Industry

C.P. Chawla, R.C. Domingo And T.T. Ho, 2001 Conference

While Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) is a powerful tool for the characterization of polymers, it can be time consuming which makes it less desirable for quality control purposes.

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Content: 10 pages
Industry: Formulation

The Mechinical Performances of Urethane Acrylate Oligomers

Ph. Barbeau, E. Muzeau And A. Hiersch-Askienazy, 1999 Conference

Urethane acrylate oligomers are being used in a growing extent in many different applications where UV technology takes place.

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Content: 6 pages
Industry: Formulation

Progress in UV Clear Coats for exterior use

V. Rekowski And E. Frigge, 1999 Conference

The work for this presentation was carried out over the last two years within the Corporate Research Department in cooperation with different Product Managements of the former Herberts Group, today DuPont Performance Coatings.The demand for scratch and chemical resistant clear coats has increased

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Content: 6 pages
Industry: Formulation

Performance of Higher-solids Cationic Photoinitiator Mixture

W. Carter, M. Jupina and K. Lamb, 1999 Conference

The amount of propylene carbonate (PC) in commercial cationic photoinitiator (P1) mixtures has
been associated with some applications issues including 1 and PC migration from cured . A

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Content: 8 pages
Industry: Formulation

Radiation Cured Vinyl Ether-Silicone Blends: A Detailed Study

R.P. Eckberg and M. Krenceski, A. Mejiritski and D. Neckers, 1999 Conference

Detailed analyses of photo-cured vinyl ether blends with epoxysilicone polymers have confirmed prior reports that such compositions are useful radiation-cure release coating systems.

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Content: 8 pages
Industry: Formulation

Radiation Cured Vinyl Ether-Silicone Blends: A Detailed Study

R.P. Eckberg and M. Krenceski, A. Mejiritski and D. Neckers, 1999 Conference

Detailed analyses of photo-cured vinyl ether blends with epoxysilicone polymers have confirmed priorreports that such compositions are useful radiation-cure release coating systems.

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Content: 8 pages
Industry: Formulation

Reactivity and Oxygen Inhibition Of Uv Cured Formulations Studied By Real-Time Infrared Spectroscopy

M. Kunz and D. Gysau, 1997 Conference

Oxygen inhibition of free radical polymerization is the most severe handicap for radiation
curing technology. Oxygen inhibition is slowing down the reaction rate, limiting
production speed, and is the reason for bad curing of the surface layer (tackiness). For most

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Content: 9 pages
Industry: Formulation

Chemical Resistance Of Uv Curable Formulations: The Effect Of Solvents

E. Muzeau, B. Magny and A. Askienazy, 1997 Conference

Chemical resistance can be understood in two different ways : solvent resistance or chemical
attack. Solvent resistance is one of the main requirements any coating has to pass, and this
applies to any kind of application : furniture, flooring, metal decoration, etc... The solvent

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Content: 9 pages
Industry: Formulation

Formulation Aspects Of Uv/Eb Curable Metal Coatings

N. Pietschmann, 1997 Conference

In the last 20-30 years ecological requirements caused high interest in coating
systems which allow both reduction of VOC emission and a decrease in energy
consumption for drying and hardening. Thus, the coatings industry and raw

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Content: 10 pages
Industry: Formulation

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