Daily Quiz (22)


What seaweed derivative did researchers from the University of Genoa recently use to test a coating’s tensile properties?


During a presentation at the CoatingsTech Conference, Research Fellow Wenjun Wu explained that what type of polymer is the cornerstone of waterborne paint formulations?


According to Edye Fox Abrams, VP of Business Development, The ChemQuest Group, this color choice has been increasing in popularity in waterborne wood coatings over the last several years.


True or false: Coalescing agents in a waterborne coating do not contribute to VOC levels.


True or false: Fire-resistive, thin-film intumescent coatings for interior use are typically waterborne.


True or false: UV-cured waterborne coatings can be successfully used on wood floors.


True or false: With electrostatic painting, waterborne coatings are conductive and tend to carry a charge that can cause issues with “grounding out” when they are sprayed.


True or false: When the relative humidity is high, curing times for waterborne coatings will be shorter than what is stated as normal on the application data sheet.


What is one reason that “waterborne” might be preferred over “water-based” coating?


According to a D+D article, there are now waterborne elastomeric acrylic coatings designed for ponding water applications on roofs.


True or false: Urethane acrylates are used to create UV-cure waterborne coatings for wood.


What constituent in a waterborne coating can contribute to VOC levels?


True or false: Organic zinc-rich coatings are solvent-borne; inorganic zinc-rich coatings are water-borne.


True or false: Waterborne polyurethane coatings are sometimes called “waterglass.”


True or false: Waterborne acrylic primers for steel cannot be formulated with inhibitive pigments.


True or false: Waterborne coatings require special spray guns when applied by electrostatic spray.


What organization holds the annual Waterborne, High-Solids and Powder Coatings Symposium?


True or false: Waterborne acrylic primers for steel often contain inhibitive pigments such as zinc phosphate.


True or false: Direct-to-metal polyurethane coatings are available in waterborne formulations.


True or False: The substrate wetting of waterborne acrylics is often inferior to the wetting achieved by solvent-borne coatings.


True or False? Waterborne acrylic primers for steel are often formulated with inhibitive pigments such as zinc phosphate.


What university organizes the annual Waterborne Symposium, a coatings industry technical conference?


 
 
   

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