Articles (13)


Problem Solved: My Paint Looks Bad — Can I Prove It Has Faded?

from D+D Print, Fall 2017 ; by Kenneth A. Trimber, KTA-Tator Inc.

Is there a way to prove the paint on your building has faded and become dull, and if ...


Estimating Color Fade of PVDF-Based Topcoats: For ‘Bright Color’ Architectural Restoration and Protective Coating Applications

from D+D In Depth, July 2017 ; by KURT WOOD, ARKEMA INC.

Although many topcoat standards for architectural and protective coating applications...


SPF Roofing and Coatings Systems: Considerations for Performance, Application and Sales

from D+D In Depth, April 2017 ; by RICK DUNCAN, PE, PH.D., SPRAY POLYURETHANE FOAM ALLIANCE

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing is considered a highly durable building materia...


Durability Of Silicone-Based Flat Roof Coatings

from D+D Print, Spring 2017 ; by Roy Cannon, Pecora Corporation

Silicone polymers reportedly boast an edge over other polymeric roofing materials in ...


Painted Aluminum Failures in South Florida Exposure

from D+D In Depth, October 2016 ; by Kirk R. Shields, Corrosion Probe Inc.

Painted aluminum exterior units are rapidly failing in South Florida — sometimes even...


Top of the News

from JPCL, July 2015

Webinar studies weathering on Florida bridges


Keeping Coatings in the Game

from D+D Print, February 2015 ; by Michael P. Reina, P.E., KTA-Tator Inc.

Testing at five major-league baseball stadiums offers insights into paint performance...


Test Method Development for Improved Laboratory Accelerated Weathering of High-Performance Coatings

from D+D Print, January/February 2013 ; by Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing Technology LLC

As this article shows, methods for accelerated weather testing for high-performance c...


The Next Step in Solar Reflectance Testing for Roofing Products

from D+D Online Features, December online 2012 ; by Matthew Lendzinski and Joseph Rokowski

When it comes to roofing, after expected service life of individual products, the mos...


Sealant Smarts

from PWC, November/December 2010 ; by Rodney Conn

Product performance is put to the test.


The case of the not-so-hot roof

from JPCL, April 2010 ; by E. Bud Senkowski, PE, KTA-Tator, Inc. & Richard Burgess, KTA-Tator, Inc., Series Editor


New Waterborne Fluoropolymer Resins for Ultra-Weatherable Coatings

from JPCL, December 2009 ; by Winn Darden and Bob Parker, AGC Chemicals Americas; and Naoko Sumi, Isao Kimura, Masakazu Ataku, and Takashige Maekawa, Asahi Glass Co. Ltd.

this article describes solvent-borne and waterborne FEVE resins as well as the potent...


Wood Coatings: Don’t get (sun) burned

from JAC, July 2005 ; by R. Sam Williams

Contrary to popular myth, allowing wood to weather before applying a finish does not ...


 
 
   

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