Foam happens— it’s a common and natural occurrence. However, eliminating it can feel anything but conventional. The right defoamer for a paint system requires the consideration of many factors such as, raw materials, manufacturing method, application type and cure conditions. This webinar will familiarize you with the different defoaming chemistries available and arm you with the tools needed to reliably select the right defoamer for any paint formulation.
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On DemandAttend this webinar for an understanding of how corrosion uniquely affects water-borne systems as well as test methods for rapid solution screening. New chemistries can balance hydrophilicity and improve corrosion resistance.
On Demand Formulators of decorative coatings place high value on maximizing visual hiding while minimizing formulation cost. A macro and micro approach is required to reduce surface defects (foam, roller picking, etc.) and improve film uniformity. The choice in rheology modifiers plays a great role in flow and leveling performance but traditional drawdown measurements do not capture all application methods and shear conditions (spray, brush & roll).
On Demand Water-borne coatings are now a major segment of the coatings industry. Water presents numerous challenges because of its high surface tension. Formulators are tasked with resolving these issues in order to achieve high quality coatings. By following 5 easy steps, formulators can optimize
any water-borne system.
On DemandReducing the total number of coats required to paint a room translates into efficiency gains and reduced environmental impact. Improving the hiding power of a coating involves increasing the inherent hide (amount and dispersion of titanium dioxide) of the formulation and its applications properties. This “real world” or applied hide, is significantly influenced by the coatings’ rheology.
Our October issue has a big focus on powder coating technology. We also feature information on rheology, metallic effect pigments and the role and challenges of distributors. October includes distributor profiles as well.