Waterborne Functional Coatings

Combating Noise, Heat and Air Pollution

From JPCL, July 2017

By LEO PROCOPIO, JUSTIN GIMBAL, DHARA METLA AND
PAUL DOLL, THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY

Coatings are constantly being asked to go to greater extremes, such as lower VOC and higher performance — and some are being tasked with other functions beyond the typical protective and aesthetic aspects of coatings. This feature delves into specially designed waterborne functional coating technologies that combat heat, noise and air pollutants like formaldehyde, including examples of where the functional coatings could be used in industrial and commercial settings....


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Tagged categories: Air pollution control; Ceramic microspheres; CHPS; Coating chemistry; Coatings Technology; Coatings under insulation; Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI); Dow Chemical Company; Hazardous air pollutants; Indoor air quality; Insulating coatings; Insulation; LEED; Liquid-applied coatings; Specialty Coatings; Specialty functions; VOC content; Waterborne coatings

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