Topic:
Chemical resistant coatings
Contents:

CONTENT

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ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS

10 Analysis of the Russian market of fire retardant paints for steel structures in 2012–2016. Forecast until 2025 — Ph. D. Yulia Kislova

24 The European coatings market in 2017

POINT OF VIEW

17 Problem of coatings safety must be solved by joint efforts — Ph.D. V. S. Kaverinsky

48 The staff problems in industry — G. V. Averyanov

PACKAGING

20 Innovation vs classics: the transport of liquid chemicals in drums and IBC-containers

RAW MATERIALS, INTERMEDIATES AND PRODUCTS

22 Resins for the chemically resistant coatings — Yu. V. Galkina

36 New industrial coating materials — academician, Professor, Ph. D. O. L. Figovsky, academician, Professor, Ph. D. P. G. Kudryavtsev,
A. D. Leykin, Ph. D. L. D. Shapovalov, Ph. D. M. Ya. Ioelovich

A number of modern coating materials for various purposes, developed at Polymate Ltd. — INRC, are considered. Hybrid polymer non-isocyanate urethane binders for paints and floorings are successfully used in industrial and civil construction. New materials have a high complex of mechanical and physical-chemical properties. They do not contain hazardous components and volatile solvents. Eco-friendly biodegradable compositions of protective coatings for cellulose-based packaging materials have been developed. Barrier properties of coatings are similar to those of conventional synthetic polymers, and the resulting composite products are subject to recycling. At the stage of intensive development are thermal and fireproof coatings based on polymer-silicate composite materials.

Keywords: nonisocyanate polyurethanes, biodegradable materials, polymer silicates

PRODUCTS AND RESEARCH

25 Barrier against rust by pure, platy talc — Veli Kilpeläinen

The talc grades with diff erent composition, particle shape and particle size distribution were studied to find out their anti-corrosion performance. The results shows that pure, platy talcs (Finntalc M40 and M65) gives better barrier properties (mainly EIS results) compared with impure or blocky talcs (magnesite rich and blocky talcs). The corrosion performance with pure, platy talcs without any anticorrosion pigments give already acceptable results in corrosion protection for the C5-M climate. The blocky or micro-crystalline talc are worse in that respect. Pure, platy, de-dusted talc (Finntalc M40) is overall a very suitable extender for corrosion protective coatings under severe conditions line C5-M. The optimum PVC-level with this talc is 40 vol. % in formulation without anticorrosive pigments.

Keywords: corrosion, talc, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy

30 Leveraging surfactant structure-property relationships to address emerging needs in coatings — Christine Louis, K. Michael Peck

The investigation and product development discussed in this paper demonstrate that surfactant performance can vary significant in formulated systems. There are strong indications that the variation is related to the partitioning of a surfactant to the different interfaces in a formulation and is attributable to the surfactant chemistry itself. A number of products are tailored for activity at select interfaces, whether codispersants for the pigment surface or coalescing surfactants to the latex particle. This approach to optimisation can be applied to general surfactants as well and is particularly eff ective in aqueous pigmented formulations.

Keywords: surfactants, dispersants, coalescents

AUTOMATION
41 Quality Control in formulating and automated systems — I. V. Tretyakov

INTERVIEW
44 Driver of economic growth, or What will be the main topic of discussion at the V Moscow chemical forum?

EVENTS
46 RUCOLOR–2017: focus on major problems in the industry — O. M. Andrutskaya

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