Category: Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 4

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 4

Pigmet Volume Concentration (PVC) Coating properties are governed by, among others, the degree of loading of the system with solid particles. Some coatings contain multiple solid particles, while others, like clearcoats, are free of solid particles. The particle loading of a coating is quantified by its Pigment Volume Concentration (PVC). The PVC of a system […]

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 3

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 3

Download FOAMING CONTROL IN PAINTS AND COATINGS Foam means a two-phase stable dispersion in which gas molecules becomes enclosed by liquid. Pure liquids do not foam. When shaking pure liquid, the gas absorbed tends to form spherical bubbles since this involves the least amount of surface energy. However, the bubbles will rise toward the surface […]

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 2

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 2

Download Optimizing Microbial Protection in Paints Paint formulations contain standard industrial biocides for in-can preservation and stability. However, in-can preservatives do not necessarily offer dry film protection, as the dynamics of microbial protection change when the paint film dries. Furthermore, Environmental and Protection Agencies registrations and regulations dictate the kind of antimicrobials that can be […]

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 1

Paint Chemicals Industry Newsletters Vol. 1

Download Understanding the Importance of PH in Aqueos Paints During the manufacturing process of paint, there are several factors that can destabilize the product. This destabilization is presented as a DECREASE in pH which causes: Low gloss, Film with low adhesion, Poor quality color. Poor texture Malfunction of additives and, Procreation of bacteria and consequently […]

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