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Ashland Specialty Chemical Company Develops Self-Initiating Radiation-Cured Resins for UV Coatings


Dublin, Ohio (USA) -- Ashland Specialty Chemical Company today announced it has developed patented technology to produce self-initiating radiation-cured resins for UV coatings. NOVACURE® radiation-cured resins are developed for use without the need for UV photoinitiators. Designed performance ...


Laurent Godart fashions Altuglas® into his « Dady Candy » luminaire


The acrylic sheet ALTUGLAS® was chosen by designer Laurent Godart for the manufacture of an architectural luminaire. The luminaire, called "Dady Candy", is the result of the designer's research into the thermoplastic properties of the ALTUGLAS® material. The ALTUGLAS® sheet material offers ...


Lyondell Sells Major Portion of ADI Assets to Bayer


HOUSTON, Jan. 3, 2002 - Lyondell Chemical Company has sold the majority of its aliphatic diisocyanates (ADI) assets to Bayer Corporation. The transaction, which included Lyondell's Luxate® product inventories, certain intellectual properties, customer lists and contracts, was completed Dec. 31, ...


Degussa 2001 Innovation Prize in the Category ?New Applications? for Scratch-Proof Coatings


They are extremely scratchproof, environmentally friendly - because they are free of solvents -, easy to apply and versatile in application, because they can develop their action just as well on parquet floors and papers as on metals and plastics. These are the advantages promised by acrylic ...


Shell Chemicals announces new polymer polyol plant


Shell Chemicals Limited has announced that a new polymer polyol plant is to be built by Shell Nederland Chemie (SNC) BV at Pernis, near Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The project has now entered the detailed engineering and construction planning phase. The 50,000 tonnes per year, world-class ...


Akzo Nobel invests in impregnated paper facility in Brazil


Akzo Nobel is investing in a production facility for melamine impregnated papers in Brazil. The unit will be situated in Curitiba, the capital of the federal state of Paraná. The Brazilian market for melamine impregnated papers, which are used as a surface material for furniture, is growing ...


Study: Customer satisfaction in European furniture coatings


Latest research from international market analysts Frost & Sullivan reveals that in the European furniture coatings business, the customers for these products - furniture manufacturers - place more emphasis on technical performance and supplier responsiveness to changing requirements than ...


European Market for Powder Coatings


The stability and growth of Eastern European countries has encouraged many large international manufacturers of vehicles and consumer goods to transfer production facilities to these countries. They now represent a growing market for powder coatings. A new Study from international marketing ...


VOC Directive Heralds Change for UV Curable Wood Coatings


Over 22,000 tonnes of UV curable coatings were sold into the furniture and construction industries in 2001 and the total market was valued at some $179million. But, a new study from Frost & Sullivan, international market analysts, shows that product reformulation required to meet the EU ...


Pricing is Key to the Future of UV Coatings in the Electronics Industry


UV curable coatings are used for a variety of purposes in the electronics and telecommunications industries including PCB and PWB manufacture and optical fibre coating. In 2000 the total European market for UV curable coatings in these industries was valued at $115million with an annual growth ...


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