Paint and Coatings Industry Webinars
Waterborne KYNAR® Coatings for Architectural Products
This webinar is archived and recorded from a live presentation on Wednesday, November 7, 2012.
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The demands on coatings for exterior architectural and building products continue to become more difficult. Not only do today’s coatings need to look great, they need to perform for a considerable time while resisting fading, chalking, peeling and deterioration. Other properties such as environmentally friendly materials, better adhesion, improved scratch and mar resistance, solar-reflectivity, clean-ability, or ease of application -- along with constant pressure to keep cost down has prompted chemists to develop new coating technologies that meet these challenges.
This webinar examines the success of adapting proven KYNAR® PVDF resin-based metal coating technology into new applications in the exterior building product marketplace. The advent of water-based KYNAR AQUATEC® latex provides an eco-friendly solution without compromising curb appeal or exterior durability.
We examine how coatings can be formulated for different substrates (such as wood, plastic, fiberglass, composites, asphalt and cement) and various products (like siding, windows, doors, roofing, decks, railings and trim) that demand specific properties (including color, gloss, flexibility, abrasion resistance, or low heat build) for both factory and field applied coatings.
Attendees will come away with a better knowledge of the wide range of coating options available, how to prepare a comprehensive specification and technical advice for selecting the most appropriate solution for their project.
KYNAR® and KYNAR AQUATEC® are registered trademarks belonging to Arkema Inc.
Skip Gregorevich, Architectural and Building Product Market Manager
Kalcor Coatings Company
Skip is the Architectural and Building Product Market Manager for Kalcor Coatings Company in Willoughby, OH. Skip has been with Kalcor since 1983 and has worked in production, the formulation laboratory, and technical sales. Skip is a member of AAMA and the American Coatings Society. Prior to joining Kalcor he worked for six years at Multi-Coat in Bedford, OH. Skip attended Kent State University.
Charles Weidner, Senior Business Development Engineer
Charles Weidner is a Senior Business Development Engineer for Arkema’s Fluoropolymers Division, responsible for factory applications of the new water-based Kynar Aquatec® PVDF latex. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Management from the Wharton School of Business. Throughout his 20-year career within the specialty chemicals industry, Charlie held positions in marketing, sales, business development, product management, and innovation in industries ranging from non-impact printing and mining to acrylic monomer stabilizers and coatings.
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