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August 20 - August 27, 2016

What causes amine blush in epoxy topcoats?


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From Klaas de Wit of de Wit Consulting on January 8, 2017:
There is very good writing on this question from&n ...read more

From OM PRAKASH JAT of TECH INTERNATIONAL SHARJAH HAMRIAH UAE. on September 10, 2016:
Amine-cured epoxies are sensitive to amine blush. ...read more

From Chuck Pease of MMI Tank on August 29, 2016:
To that end, with all of the possibilities of amin ...read more

From john schultz of o-gee paint co on August 29, 2016:
We see that under certain conditions amine blush i ...read more

From Warren Graves of Warren Graves Coating Consultant inc on August 29, 2016:
George Mays wrote a complete analysis of amine blu ...read more

From James Prevatt of SPEC-GUARD on August 26, 2016:
Coatings manufacturers typically make epoxy with a ...read more

From Irvin Hosford of Tennant Company on August 25, 2016:
Amine blush usually occurs at high humidity under ...read more

From Eric Piotrowski of SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings on August 25, 2016:
High humidity and/or cool temperatures during appl ...read more

From shahram akbartbar of mapna boiler on August 24, 2016:
Amine blush can cause surface tackiness or greasin ...read more

From David Zuskin of Indepedent on August 23, 2016:
Cool, damp and still conditions can cause amine bl ...read more

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