Subjects -> MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY (Total: 363 journals)
    - CERAMICS, GLASS AND POTTERY (31 journals)
    - MACHINERY (34 journals)
    - MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY (223 journals)
    - METROLOGY AND STANDARDIZATION (6 journals)
    - PACKAGING (19 journals)
    - PAINTS AND PROTECTIVE COATINGS (4 journals)
    - PLASTICS (42 journals)
    - RUBBER (4 journals)

PAINTS AND PROTECTIVE COATINGS (4 journals)

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Journal of Industrial Textiles     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
Journal of Coatings Technology and Research     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 3)
Color Research & Application     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 2)
Pigment & Resin Technology     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 2)
Sealing Technology     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
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Journal of Coatings Technology and Research
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.415
Citation Impact (citeScore): 2
Number of Followers: 3  
 
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ISSN (Print) 1547-0091 - ISSN (Online) 1935-3804
Published by Springer-Verlag Homepage  [2468 journals]
  • Fabrication of superhydrophobic TA2 titanium alloy and preliminary
           assessment of its antifouling, self-cleaning, anti-icing, friction
           resistance, and corrosion resistance performance

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      Abstract: Abstract Titanium alloy-based superhydrophobic surfaces have great advantages in terms of self-cleaning and corrosion resistance. To extend the application of titanium alloy, a multifunctional superhydrophobic TA2 titanium alloy was fabricated by anodic oxidation and chemical modification. Regular TiO2 nanotube arrays were obtained after anodic oxidation and completely covered by 1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorodecyltriethoxysilane. The water contact angle of superhydrophobic TA2 titanium alloy is as high as 153.4° ± 0.6°, and the contact angle of the surface shows good stability in different pH aqueous solutions and different concentrations of NaCl solutions. At −10 °C, the icing time of superhydrophobic TA2 titanium alloy surface can be extended to 4400 s. Furthermore, the superhydrophobic TA2 titanium alloy still maintains superhydrophobic properties when polished 70 times by sandpaper, indicating that the surface has good friction resistance. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy results show that superhydrophobic TA2 titanium alloy with a Z′ f=0.01 Hz value of 84 kΩ cm2 has better corrosion resistance compared with the TA2 titanium alloy. These results indicate that the superhydrophobic composite film integrates multiple functions on the surface of TA2 titanium alloy, which greatly expands its application.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Preparation of hydrophilic modified ZIF-8 and its application in the
           preparation of nanocomposite matrix reverse osmosis membrane with improved
           permeation performance

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      Abstract: Abstract Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are widely employed in designing nanocomposite membranes owing to their excellent performance and diversity. However, their inherent hydrophobicity limits their application in nanocomposite membranes. In order to improve the hydrophilicity of zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8), tannic acid (TA) was utilized to etch-modify it, resulting in a TA-ZIF-8 nanostructure with a hydrophilic shell. TA-ZIF-8 was subsequently introduced into the aqueous phase and used to prepare a nanocomposite matrix reverse osmosis membrane through interfacial polymerization (IP). The prepared nanocomposite reverse osmosis membrane had a surface with good hydrophilicity and a pure water flux increased to 55.28 L m−2 h−1 (approximately 1.74 times). Additionally, the introduction of TA-ZIF-8 significantly enhanced the electronegativity of the membrane surface, and the nanoparticles were compatible with the polyamide layer, leading to a salt rejection rate of up to 99.5% for a NaCl solution with a concentration of 32000 ppm. These results indicate great potential for applying hydrophilically modified ZIF-8 to reverse osmosis membranes.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Cathodic protection shielding of coated buried pipeline

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      Abstract: Abstract During the 2000s, the concept of cathodic protection (CP) shielding was first raised in open literature and remains debated between coatings professionals. The mechanism of CP shielding, and its understanding continue to be studied for different coatings with different approaches and using various techniques. From the CP shielding factors to the assessment methods, the published literature merits a deep analysis to capture the established knowledge and identify the research gaps to further tackle the issue for reliable coated buried structures. A holistic approach to this topic seems necessary where coatings ageing, cathodic protection, electrochemistry, and transport processes should be considered. In the first part of the present review, the recent works related to the understanding of CP shielding, coatings properties were considered before discussing the mechanisms involved underneath coatings. Transport phenomena and their relationship with cathodic protection performance in the presence of chemical and microbiological processes are discussed in the second part. Finally, CP shielding assessment methods and modeling works are presented and discussed from different perspectives.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Improved corrosion protection performance of electrophoretic epoxy
           coatings with the incorporation of amino-functionalized graphene oxide

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      Abstract: Abstract In this study, polyethyleneimine (PEI) was grafted on the surface of graphene oxide (GO) to prepare PEI-GO material. The PEI-GO/EP composite coating was successfully deposited on carbon steel through the cathodic electrophoretic deposition (C-EPD) process. The zeta potential, X-ray diffraction (XRD), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) methods were used to characterize the GO and PEI-GO materials. The dispersibility of PEI-GO in epoxy electrophoretic paint was studied by TEM and the fracture surface morphology of the coatings was observed by scanning electron microscope (SEM). Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) studies evaluated the corrosion resistance of composite coatings. In summary, the impedance modulus of PEI-GO/EP composite coating is two orders of magnitude higher than that of neat epoxy coating, with enhanced anticorrosion performance.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Numerical and experimental investigation on formation of the film for
           different die lip configurations in lithium-ion battery electrode slot-die
           coating

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      Abstract: Abstract The slot-die coating is the most commonly used manufacturing method for producing lithium-ion battery electrodes. However, how to achieve high surface consistency for electrodes still confronts one challenge. In this research, the slot coating processes with different die lip configurations were carefully investigated using numerical and experimental methods. The motion pattern, internal flow structure of the coating bead, and coating uniformity were explored during the coating process of lithium battery cathode slurry. The low-flow limit at different coating gaps was also determined by combining the viscous capillary model and numerical methods, which was in good agreement with experimental results. The results showed that a smaller coating gap controlling the upstream meniscus between the upstream die lip and slot exit was favorable to the coating uniformity. For the same thickness films, a larger coating gap was apt to increase formation of edge defects. However, the coating speed had little effect on the edge height. The evolution of flow structure for the coating bead (parabolic–sharp angle–diagonal) under different processes was investigated by tracking the particle trajectories during the coating process. It can provide theoretical guidance for the fabrication of high-quality electrodes.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • POSS-vinyl-urethane acrylate-based nanohybrid coating materials

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      Abstract: Abstract The effect of POSS-vinyl-heptaisobutyl-substituted (POSSV) compounds as an inorganic additive on the thermal and physical properties of nanohybrid coating materials based on urethane acrylate (UA) resin has been investigated. A diol compound obtained from the reaction of itaconic acid and 1,2-epoxy cyclohexane has been used to produce an UV curable epoxy-based urathane acrylate resin. Nanohybrid coating materials were obtained by curing the UA resin with UV radiation through the thiol–ene reaction, mixed with various amounts of POSSV compounds. The structure of the UA resin was characterized by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy techniques. The UV curing process was also studied by the double bond conversion method. Aggregation of the nanohybrid materials was determined by X-ray diffraction. The thermal, non-flammability, and thermomechanical properties of the samples were examined by thermogravimetric analysis, limiting oxygen index, and dynamic mechanical analysis techniques. Light transmittance of the samples was determined by UV–Vis spectrophotometry, and their morphological structure was determined by scanning electron microscopy. In addition, gel contents, swelling rates, hardness, adhesion, contact angles, and resistance to chemicals and solvents of the samples were examined. In conclusion, nanohybrid materials obtained from the synthesized UA resin and improved with POSSV additive can be used in the coating industry.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Preparation of UV-curable waterborne poly(thiourethane-urethane) acrylate
           based on thiol-click chemistry

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      Abstract: Abstract New strategies for synthesizing click chemical reactions have been studied and widely used in the synthesis of functional polymers. In this paper, based on thiol-click chemistry, thiocarbamate bonds and thioether bonds were introduced into the polymer skeleton, and then pentaerythritol tetraacrylate (PETTA) was introduced into the system to form an interpenetrating network structure (IPN). A new type of waterborne poly(thiourethane-urethane) acrylate (WPTUA) coating with strong toughness, high hardness, and rapid curing was obtained. Under the condition of an organotin catalyst, a WPTUA composite dispersion was prepared by using isophorone diisocyanate and polycarbonate diol as monomers, 2-dimethylol propionic acid as a hydrophilic chain extender, trimethylolpropane tris(3-mercaptopropionate) (TMPMP) and PETTA. The molecular structures of intermediate waterborne poly(thiourethane-urethane) (WPTU), WPTUA oligomers and UV-cured polymers were investigated by FTIR spectroscopy and Raman spectroscopy. The effects of the content of TMPMP and PETTA on the properties of WPTUA, including dispersion stability, thermal properties, mechanical properties, water resistance, hardness, and toughness, were investigated. It is found that when the WPTUA dispersion has 16 wt% TMPMP and 28 wt% PETTA, the prepared films have high hardness, significant water resistance and good thermal stability for coating applications on delicate substrates, such as paper, plastic and wood.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • High-speed slot-die coating of primer layers for Li-ion battery
           electrodes: model calculations and experimental validation of the extended
           coating window depending on coating speed, coating gap and viscosity

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      Abstract: Abstract In the battery industry, very thin primer layers are used to improve electrode adhesion on substrates or act as blocker layers to prevent corrosion in case of aqueous cathodes. For these material configurations, high-speed coating is mandatory to ensure the economic viability of the process. One way to realize high-speed coating is a set-up including a slot die and a vacuum box to stabilize the coating bead. Knowledge and prediction of the coating window of thin wet film thicknesses is crucial to design the production process. Therefore, the influence of coating gap and viscosity of shear-thinning fluids on the coating window is investigated with the help of various model fluids. In addition, a prediction model for the calculation of the coating window for high-speed slot-die coating with vacuum box is developed. This model is shown to be valid for the prediction of the coating window for the investigated material systems and coating gaps over the investigated range of coating speeds up to 500 m min−1. For a material system, which corresponds to a real material system for adhesive primer coatings, it is possible to reach a target wet film thickness of 20–25 µm. This would correspond to a layer thickness of 0.5 µm for a solid content of 2–2.5 wt%.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Preparation and performance study of the self-embrittle composite coatings
           for radioactive decontamination of surface layer of various materials

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      Abstract: Abstract A composite coating with self-embrittlement was prepared using SiO2-modified 3-aminopropyltrimethoxysilane and a solution of random copolymer P(PMMA-co-PMAA-co-PTFEMA). The structures and properties of the composite emulsions were determined using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, thermogravimetry, X-ray diffractometry, and transmission electron microscopy. The results indicate that the self-embrittlement morphology of the coating can be controlled by adjusting the ratio of MMA/MAA in the random copolymer. Furthermore, the coating exhibits a good decontamination effect on simulated radioactive dust (doped with elemental K).
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • A review of high-quality epoxy resins for corrosion-resistant applications

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      Abstract: Abstract Corrosion is a significant challenge in many practical applications, leading to the deterioration of metal infrastructure and equipment. A literature review indicates that various epoxy resins (ERs) and epoxy phenolic resins (EPRs) based coatings are available and are effectively applied on steel and aluminum surfaces for protection against a corrosive environment. The corrosion-resistant performance of ERs and EPRs can be further improved by incorporating numerous chemical compounds through improved bonding, such as inorganic compounds and carbon-based materials, e.g., zinc oxide (ZnO), titanium dioxide (TiO2), silicon dioxide (SiO2), carbon fiber, carbon nanotube (CNTs) and graphene oxide (GO). Surface heterogeneity (surface pores) of coatings contributes to reduced corrosion protection as corrosion species can diffuse to these inconsistencies and break the coating structure of the organic coating. However, after over a hundred years of research and development, the degradation/failure mechanism of organic coatings is still under study. This paper provides an overview of the current state-of-the-art knowledge of the numerous protective organic coatings and coating approaches and examines coating performance and mechanism for the coating degradation and failure in a corrosive environment. Finally, a summary is presented on the understanding of the mechanisms and challenges associated with, and critical factors influencing, coating durability and predictive formulation against coating damage.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Increased hydrophilicity and anti-fouling effect of orthokeratology lenses
           coated with NVP and PEGMA by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition

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      Abstract: Plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) is a vacuum plasma treatment procedure for the deposition of thin film on a substance, which was first used on orthokeratology lenses (ortho-k lenses) in order to coat polymerized 1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone (NVP) and poly(ethylene glycol) methacrylate (PEGMA) on the lenses. First, the surface of ortho-k lenses was pretreated with electrons, radicals, and peroxides for 9 min, under 9 sccm Ar, 36 sccm O2, and 120 W of applied radio frequency (RF) power. NVP and PEGMA were deposited on the surface of lenses through the heating of NVP to 50°C and PEGMA to 43°C. The chamber pressure was maintained at 300 mTorr, with 40 W of applied RF power, 12 sccm Ar, and an 8-cm treatment distance. Obviously decreased water contact angle of NVP/PEGMA-coated lenses exhibited excellent hydrophilicity, which lasted for up to 90 days, and significant lower protein adsorption was observed on NVP/PEGMA-coated lenses. Besides, the MTT assay revealed the great biocompatibility of the coated lenses. Therefore, our results showed that PECVD can be used to prepare NVP/PEGMA-coated ortho-k lenses with excellent long-lasting hydrophilicity and anti-fouling effect. Graphical
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Flame retardancy of acrylic emulsion resin intumescent coatings added with
           alkaline lignin on plywood

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      Abstract: Abstract This study investigated the flame retardancy of water-based intumescent coatings for plywood by conducting flame retardancy tests by using water-based acrylic resin mixed with various concentrations (1%, 3%, 5%, and 10%) of alkaline lignin. Intumescent coatings containing alkaline lignin demonstrated superior flame retardancy compared with those without additives. At a concentration of 5%, the alkaline lignin promoted the formation of an ideal char layer during combustion. The chemical structure and durability of the phosphorus–carbon structure in the intumescent coatings were investigated through Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance analysis (13C and 31P). The analysis results reveal that intumescent coatings containing 5% alkaline lignin were more effective in reducing flammability than those containing higher concentrations of alkaline lignin.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Recent development advances in bio-based powder coatings: a review

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      Abstract: Abstract Sustainability has increasingly become a cornerstone of the chemical industry. Sustainability metrics include low volatile organic compound (VOC) content, high efficiency, low toxicity, low energy requirements, minimal waste, recyclability, durability, and the use of renewable feedstocks. Powder coatings are well known for zero VOCs, efficient utilization, low toxicity, and recyclability. Powder coating technologists have recently ventured into the use of renewable feedstocks to synthesize binder systems. Bio-based compounds have been successfully used to produce highly sustainable powder coatings. This review presents recent research on new binder components designed for powder coatings, including: (poly(limonene carbonate)s; polyester resins; polyamide resins; and crosslinking agents (urethane-acrylates, blocked polyisocyanates). The applications of bio-based materials in powder coatings are also highlighted in this review.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Fabrication of poly(vinylidene fluoride)/graphite heterogeneous porous
           carbon nanofiber composite mat by electrospraying method for efficient
           oil–water separation

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      Abstract: Abstract The efficient separation of oil and water is significant in addressing oil–water pollution issues. In this study, we developed a poly(vinylidene fluoride)/graphite (PVDF/GE) multiscale heterogeneous porous carbon nanofiber composite mat (MHPCM) through a two-step electrospinning method for enhanced oil–water separation. The mat was prepared by incorporating PVDF nanospheres, GE flakes, and carbon nanofibers, taking advantage of their inherent oil-repellent and water-attracting properties. MHPCM-4 demonstrates superhydrophobicity (WCA≈154.1°) and superoleophilicity (OCA≈0°). The separation efficiency for 1–14 μm carbon tetrachloride-in-water emulsions exceeds 99.9%. After 25 cycles, MHPCM-4 maintains its oil flux at 92.25% of the initial value. Additionally, even after 25 cycles, MHPCM-4 retains a separation efficiency of 99.8% for immiscible oil-in-water mixtures and a separation efficiency of 99.7% for water-in-oil emulsions. Thus, this material has great potential for efficient oil–water separation in various circumstances.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Development of an epoxy-based self-intumescent fire protective coating
           containing an appropriate mass ratio of APP and Cu2O

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      Abstract: Abstract A novel epoxy-based self-intumescent fire protective coating has been developed by formulating a combination of ammonium polyphosphate (APP) and copper (I) oxide (Cu2O) in epoxy resin (EP). The effects of various combinations on fire protective performance for steel plate were evaluated using a lab-scale simulated big panel test. Formulations with different mass ratios of APP to Cu2O ranging from 10:0 to 2:8 exhibit good fire protective performance for steel plate. While the final equilibrium backside temperature of un-protected steel plate reached 529 °C, it did not exceed 282 °C for the protected plates with 2 mm thick coatings, which is much lower than the failure temperature of steel (ca. 500 °C). The lowest final equilibrium backside temperature of coated steel plate was 234.5 °C for the optimal formulation (EP/24APP/16Cu2O) with an APP/Cu2O mass ratio of 6/4 in EP. Interestingly, the limiting oxygen index (LOI) value (46.8%) for the optimized formulation (EP/24APP/16Cu2O) is not the highest, being lower than those of (EP/40APP/0Cu2O) and (EP/32APP/8Cu2O) formulations. The fire behavior of the optimized formulation (EP/24APP/16Cu2O) and control EP was compared using the cone calorimetry. The main fire hazard parameters such as peak heat release rate, total smoke production and peak CO production for EP/24APP/16Cu2O are reduced by 80.0%, 59.5% and 75.0%, respectively, relative to those for EP. This indicates that the EP/24APP/16Cu2O formulation provides significantly better fire safety than does control EP alone. A possible mode of action for the combination of APP/Cu2O in terms of the expansion ratio and heat insulation degree of the formed intumescent char layer may be proposed. Thus, this work contributed a reference for developing intumescent fire protective coating with high fire safety.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Development of antibacterial waterborne polymeric coating using iodine
           complex

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      Abstract: Abstract With advancements in architectural coatings, the demand for antimicrobial coatings in this sector has increased significantly. The COVID-19 pandemic has also been a primary force behind the increased demand for and production of antimicrobial coatings. Typically, antimicrobial coatings are used to resist and decolonize microbial attacks such as biofilm formation, fungal contamination, and black mold formation. In this study, we synthesized a water-based antimicrobial polymer nanocomposite, I-P(MMA/BA), by blending an iodine complex with a poly (methyl methacrylate-butyl acrylate) latex with the aid of polyol and polyvinylpyrrolidone. Antimicrobial efficacy was evaluated in two habitats, namely planktonic and biofilm. Biomass studies indicated that iodinated latex nanocomposites and films show excellent antibacterial and antibiofilm activities. About 85–97% of biofilm formation was reduced by covering 15–30% of the area with iodinated latex film. The contact angle measurement of the iodinated latex-coated surface provides evidence of good hydrophobicity, which prevents stagnation of water over the surface. The developed dual-functional water-based iodinated nanocomposite displays great potential for inhibiting biofilm formation on surfaces when employed as a binder in paints.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • A polyurethane coating using CoMOF-BTA metal-organic framework for active
           protection of AA2024-T3

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      Abstract: Abstract CoMOF-BTA, a new metal-organic framework with inherent corrosion inhibition ability was prepared via a one-step solvothermal process and characterized using X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and thermal analyses. Immersion and polarization tests were conducted to evaluate the ability of CoMOF-BTA to resist corrosion on AA2024-T3 alloy in NaCl solution. In addition, CoMOF-BTA particles were incorporated into polyurethane coatings to produce active anti-corrosion coatings, whose corrosion protection capabilities were assessed using electrochemical methods and salt spray analysis. The impedance results show that polyurethane coatings containing CoMOF-BTA have coating resistances (Rcoat) that are around two orders of magnitude higher than that without the CoMOF-BTA particles. The salt spray analysis also indicates the corrosion protection ability of coatings containing CoMOF-BTA particles after a long period of exposure. The results demonstrate that CoMOF-BTA improved the ability of AA2024-T3 to resist corrosion and confirm the anti-corrosion properties of CoMOF-BTA-laden coatings by the controlled release of BTA molecules in NaCl solution. This study offers a new anti-corrosion MOF material and active coating for the protection of aluminum alloys against corrosion.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Preparation of low viscosity and high flexibility epoxy acrylate and its
           application in UV-curable coatings

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      Abstract: Abstract Epoxy acrylate (EA) is currently the most widely used UV-curable oligomer due to its short curing time, high coating hardness, excellent mechanical property, and thermal stability. To address the problems of high brittleness, poor flexibility, and high viscosity of EA, the UV-curable epoxy acrylate oligomer with low viscosity and high flexibility was prepared and applied to UV-curable coatings. The carboxyl terminated intermediate obtained by the reaction of anhydride and diol was used to modify EA to improve the flexibility of cured film, and the flexibility was adjusted through the length of the carbon chain of diols. The resin viscosity was reduced by partially replacing E51 with binary glycidyl ether. Compared with unmodified EA, the viscosity of the resin prepared in this study decreases from 29800 to 13920 mPa s (25°C), and the flexibility of the cured film increases from 12 to 1 mm. Compared with commercially available modified EA, the raw materials used in this study are low cost and easy to obtain with a reaction temperature below 130°C, using a simple synthesis process, and no organic solvents.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Towards the identification of the volatile organic compounds emitted by
           the coatings used in a car factory painting line

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      Abstract: Abstract One of the main reasons for the degradation of working conditions is the lack of air quality. It is known that indoor air contaminants pose a risk to both the human organism and the environment, which constitutes a challenge for employers and major industries. A car factory painting line is an evident example of a work location in which the employers must be especially aware and concerned with the employees' health. Since the coatings are the main VOCs-emitting source, this work studied the analytes emitted by four primers, 17 basecoats and one varnish used in a car factory of a world-renowned automotive brand, with gas chromatography-ion mobility spectrometry (GC-IMS), as a way of identifying all the coating-borne VOCs that can be emitted to the indoor air. The variability of the collected data was assessed, and the repeatability of the results proved the suitability of GC-IMS for this type of study. Among primers, inks and varnish, 45 VOCs were accurately identified using an exclusively developed database of compounds. The presence of the identified analytes in the composition of the coatings represents the potentiality of being emitted to the indoor air of the factory and, consequently, denotes their eventual toxicity for the employees of the painting line. These results represent a step forward in the assessment of the panting line work conditions, so eventual consequences to the employees’ health are theoretically discussed; nonetheless, further studies aim to examine air samples of the factory and evaluate the work conditions and actual consequences to the employees that must be developed.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
  • Corrosion-resistant super-amphiphobic (PVDF-fnAl2O3) coating with thermal
           and mechanical stability

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      Abstract: Abstract The thermal and mechanical stability of amphiphobic anti-corrosion coating is evaluated in this study. The coating was fabricated from functionalized nano Al2O3 and polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) and analyzed using FTIR, DSC, TGA, XRD, abrasion and cross-hatched adhesion test analyses. DSC and XRD revealed the presence of multiple crystalline phases of PVDF in the coating which eventually increased the crystallinity and melting temperature. The removal of the CFx chain from alkylsilane occurred at elevated temperatures, which decreased the repellent characteristic. Overall, the coating demonstrated good thermal stability until the temperature of 450°C with the ISO class 2 adhesion.
      PubDate: 2024-03-01
       
 
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  Subjects -> MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY (Total: 363 journals)
    - CERAMICS, GLASS AND POTTERY (31 journals)
    - MACHINERY (34 journals)
    - MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY (223 journals)
    - METROLOGY AND STANDARDIZATION (6 journals)
    - PACKAGING (19 journals)
    - PAINTS AND PROTECTIVE COATINGS (4 journals)
    - PLASTICS (42 journals)
    - RUBBER (4 journals)

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