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Waterborne Coatings: Environmental and Health Regulations Meet Coatings Technology Waterborne Coatings: Environmental and Health Regulations Meet Coatings Technology Waterborne Coatings: Environmental and Health Regulations Meet Coatings Technology Waterborne Coatings: Environmental and Health Regulations Meet Coatings Technology


The minimal use or lack of solvents makes waterborne coatings a viable way to meet or exceed stringent environmental and personal health...

The Characteristics of and Applications for Fluoropolymer Coatings The Characteristics of and Applications for Fluoropolymer Coatings The Characteristics of and Applications for Fluoropolymer Coatings The Characteristics of and Applications for Fluoropolymer Coatings


Fluoropolymer coatings have a combination of desirable properties, including weatherability and corrosion barrier protection. They have...

Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Understanding Aluminum Corrosion


A look at the chemical nature of aluminum and aluminum corrosion, aluminum oxide film formation, and the uses of aluminum, aluminum oxide...

The Dangers of Typical Corrosion Prevention Solutions The Dangers of Typical Corrosion Prevention Solutions The Dangers of Typical Corrosion Prevention Solutions The Dangers of Typical Corrosion Prevention Solutions


Typical coating solutions come with risks including VOCs, HAPs and flammability, but there are new and unique solutions hitting the market...

Your Guide to Corrosion-Resistant Metals Your Guide to Corrosion-Resistant Metals Your Guide to Corrosion-Resistant Metals Your Guide to Corrosion-Resistant Metals


Here's a handy guide to understanding corrosion-resistant metals, including the applications where each is appropriate, how they are used...

The Crystalline Structure of Metals The Crystalline Structure of Metals The Crystalline Structure of Metals The Crystalline Structure of Metals


Materials are made up of a wide variety of atomic structures. However, metals in particular almost always have their atoms organized in a...