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New Possibilities for Polyurethanes: Waterbornes on Metal

A D+D Online Feature published February 18, 2011

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by Margaret Kendi, Pete Schmitt and Raymond Stewart

Material-science advancements in one-component (1K) water-borne urethane coatings have led to increased interest among formulators and users regarding their suitability for architectural direct-to-metal applications....
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Tagged categories: Bayer MaterialScience; Formulating; Polyurethane

Comment from Michael Kramer, (2/21/2011, 8:37 AM)

Very well done article. I would be interested in knowing the names/manufacturers of the commercially available 1K waterborne products which meet the A1 and A2 formulations.

Comment from Ki-hong Kim, (2/22/2011, 3:44 AM)

It's great. I was very intrested in your paper. Can I try test with your sample paint of formulaation A1 and A2. If I get good result, I will be using at deckhouse exterior of new construction ships in KOREA

Comment from Sukhmander Singh, (2/25/2011, 11:10 PM)

1.Can this paint be used on corten steel and stainless steel for painting exterior surface of railway passenger coaches without primer application? 2.For this paint,what is approximate drying temperature and time? 3.Can you share an economic comparison with epoxy/alkyd paints.

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