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One Component, Many Options: The Growing Role of Acrylics in Industrial Coatings

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One Component, Many Options: The Growing Role of Acrylics in Industrial Coatings Sponsored by Dow Coating Materials Register Now

Thursday, October 23, 2014; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
Cost: FREE

Few binder chemistries offer the convenience and simplicity of one-component acrylics for industrial coatings. They are ready to spray with less mixing, no induction time and no pot life. In many cases, applicators can set up faster, start spraying more quickly and save left-over material for later use. Waterborne acrylics offer the added advantages of low odor, low VOC, no flammability and solvent-free clean-up. Today, significant improvements in the performance of one-component acrylic coatings are pushing their utility well beyond light-duty applications. This webinar will describe the basic chemistry and film formation process of one-component acrylics, technologies that are raising performance properties, applications in light-to-medium duty maintenance and protection of concrete and steel, applications in commercial architecture (including green building trends), and new uses such as liquid applied sound damping.
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Presenters:

Dr. Leo Procopio, Technical Service Group Leader
Dow Coating Materials

Dr. Leo Procopio earned his Ph.D. in inorganic Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and has spent the last 22 years carrying out exploratory research, new product development and technical service work in the area of waterborne coatings for industrial maintenance and industrial metal and wood finishing markets. He is a member of the American Chemical Society, ACA, NACE and SSPC, and currently chairs the SSPC committee C.1.4.C. on Waterborne Acrylic Coatings.

Mary Rose Correa, Industrial Acrylics Marketing Manager, NA
Dow Coating Materials

Mary Rose Correa earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Dayton, and an M.B.A. from Temple University’s Fox School of Business. As Industrial Acrylics Marketing Manager for Dow Coating Materials-North America and Global Marketing Manager for PARALOID™ Acrylic Resins, she is responsible for introducing and positioning new products, managing the product portfolio, and implementing the strategy for the industrial segment, working closely with the regional sales and technical teams.

Sponsor:

Dow Coating Materials

Dow elevates acrylic coatings to industrial scale with advanced technologies offering stronger protection, easier application and lower VOC. Our products include AVANSE™ and MAINCOTE™ Acrylic Resins for metal; PARALOID™ B66 Resin in VOC-exempt solvent for concrete; and RHOPLEX™ Binders for elastomeric wall coatings. New offerings include MAINCOTE™ 4950 Acrylic Resin, a high performance, ultra-low VOC (< 50 g/L) binder for general metal finishing and commercial architecture. Visit dow.com/coatingmaterials to learn about our entire portfolio, including resins for primers and DTM finishes, insulation coatings and liquid applied sound damping.


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Tagged categories: Acrylic; Coating chemistry; Dow Coating Materials; Liquid-applied coatings; Single component coatings; Solvents; Water-borne

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