Radiation-curable coatings

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Publisher: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC

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  • Coatings.,
  • Ultraviolet radiation.

Edition Notes

Other titlesRadiation curable coatings.
StatementS.A. Walata III and C.R. Newman.
ContributionsNewman, C. R., Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15371870M

The major ingredients for radiation curable coatings include oligomers, monomers, photoinitiators and additives in order to modify and improve various functions of radiation curable coatings. The major applications for radiation curable coatings include paper & film coatings; printing inks, wood, plastics, and electronic products. In Japan, these uses account for 20–30% of the total market for radiation curable products. In India, about 80% of radiation curable products are used by ink manufacturers. In China, the major uses of radiation curable products are in wood, bamboo, paper, and plastics coatings. Radiation curable coatings offer productivity and cost saving advantages including eliminating the dependence on massive ovens, extended pot life, and reduction in equipment footprints. Such coatings permit replacement of complex, multiple component films with simpler single layer options of high quality. On the basis of raw material, the radiation curable coatings market is segmented into oligomers, monomers, photoinitiators, and additives. Monomers are low-molecular-weight substances that reduce the viscosity of the radiation curable coatings. Based on type, the market is divided into ultraviolet and electron beam coating.

Striking a balance between the scientific and technological aspects of radiation curing, Radiation-Curable Coatings with Emphasis on the Graphic Arts. Book Title Radiation Curing Book Subtitle Science and Technology Editors. S. Peter Pappas;. This test method provides a means to measure the volatile content of individual acrylate monomers, oligomers, and blends commonly used to formulate radiation curable coatings such as printing inks. Such coatings comprise liquid or solid reactants that cure by polymerizing, crosslinking, or a combination of both and are designed to be applied as thin coatings in the absence of water or. Radiation cure coatings are surface treatments which are either cured by ultraviolet or electron beam radiation. These coating products are obtained by the process of radiation curing which can be modulated to fit in a wide range of applications. Radiation cure coatings are used for a variety of materials such as wood, glass, plastic and paper/5(17). Radiation-curable formulations, including coatings, inks, adhesives and electronics, are cross-linked by high-intensity ultraviolet (UV) light or electron beam (EB) energy sources. Radiation-curable products are used in a wide variety of applications.

This OECD Emission Scenario Document (ESD) provides information on the sources, use patterns, and potential release pathways of chemicals used in the radiation curable products industry, specifically during application of radiation curable coatings.   The report mainly wraps radiation-curable coatings market in Europe, Latin America, North America, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East along with . Characteristics and Performance of Radiation Curable Powder Coatings Udding-Louwrier, S. / de Jong, E. S. / Bayards, R. A. / RadTech International North America | print version.   Radiation-Curable Coatings on the Upsweep of a Strong Growth Curve. June 1, waterborne coatings and radiation-curable coatings. The coating industry didn’t want to change, but change it did. Crosslinking assumed a new importance as a way to develop properties from small bits of polymers known as oligomers. All the new technologies.

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The Trouble Shooting Chapter summarizes approaches to solving problems that may arise during the manufacture and processing of radiation curable systems. The focus is on % liquid coating systems that are radically or cationically curable by UV or electron beam : Hardcover.

Radiation‐cured coatings cross‐link by reactions initiated by radiation, rather than Radiation-curable coatings book. Such coatings have the potential advantage of being indefinitely stable when stored in the absence of radiation; following application, cross‐linking occurs rapidly at.

Radiation Curable Coating, Inks and Adhesives This OECD Emission Scenario Document (ESD) provides information on the sources, use patterns, and potential release pathways of chemicals used in the radiation curable products industry, specifically during application of radiation curable coatings, inks, and adhesives.

coatings, which are cured (cross-linking) when exposed to a radiation of ultra violet light (UV) or electron beam (EB). Composition of radiation curable coatings Equipment for radiation curing Advantages and disadvantages of radiation curable coatings. Composition of radiation curable coatings.

Radiation curable coating consists of the. Radiation curing is the fastest growing technology in the inks and coatings industries. It is being widely discussed in numerous publications and conferences and is being used or at least tested in all possible industrial applications.

This book's objective is to link theory and practice in a reference guide for formulators in the field Radiation-curable coatings book radiation curing. Mike Idacavage: The technology behind radiation curable coatings can be thought of as changing the way a coating is cured.

In radiation curable coatings, UV energy, visible light, or low energy electrons (EB) are used to form a coating, film or ink as opposed to thermal, evaporative, or oxidative (air-dry) cure.

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merization vessel will be described in detail, but in an understandable manner, in this book. Reading it will give one a good understanding of this topic and enough knowledge to begin formulating radiation-curable inks, coatings, and sealants. Table 4-r RADIATION CURABLE COATINGS FOR WOOD FINISHING APPLICATIONS (,50) Coating Formulation Curinq Conditions ADDlication Alkyds, polyesters, urea- Infrared oven 90 to Filler, base-coat formaldehyde, vinyl s, sec cure times and top-coat acrylics, urethanes; varnishes 65% solids (solvent or water based); clear poly.

useful as pigment grinding and let-down vehicles for radiation-curable ink formulations and over-print varnish (OPV) applications. Multifunctional acrylate resins are formed by the reaction of acrylate monomers and oligomers with β-dicarbonyl Radiation-curable coatings book (Michael “donors”) that can participate in the Michael addition reaction.

The radiation-cured coating process involves applying a low-viscosity mixture of reactive materials and additives onto a substrate.

This is then exposed to an electron beam or ultraviolet radiation energy for short periods of time. Once exposed to the radiation, the mixture converts instantaneously into a cross-linked high-quality coating.

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Recently there has been increasing interest in nonacrylate radiation-curable coatings. One factor that limits the choice of alternative chemical systems is the energy dose that is required to cure. Special radiation curable systems Water-based radiation curable coatings Radiation curable powder coatings Dual cure technology Additives Pigment wetting and dispersing additives Rheological additives Substrate wetting additives Defoamers and deaerators Antioxidants and formulation stabilizers.

C.A. Lukey, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, Radiation Curable Coatings. The vast majority of thermoset coatings produced today are heat-cured; however, a growing trend is towards more environmentally friendly coatings that utilize high-energy radiation (UV light and electron beam) to effect the cross-linking reaction, with little or no heat applied.

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Radiation-curable coatings, printing inks, and adhesives are discussed in Chaptersrespectively. Chapter 10 offers a discussion on photopolymer imaging systems.

Authors. The main part of the book will deal with new developments, like water-based UV coatings, UV powder coatings and dual cure systems, cured by UV and thermal energy, which have been developed to cure the coating on three dimensional substrates in shadow areas.

coatings and UVolve ® Instant Floor Coatings. Formulated differently than conventional materials, UV-curable products require particular. instruction for their safe handling. The information provided in this guide is designed to acquaint you with UV-cure technology, identify its.

Radiation-Curable Adhesives and Coatings Radiation curing is a relatively new, pollution-free process in which a specially formulated coating or adhesive is cured by means of high-energy electrons. Radiation-cured coatings don't pollute the air, cure in seconds, and cut : Michael Szycher Ph.D.

Get this from a library. Radiation curing of coatings. [J V Koleske; ASTM Committee D-1 on Paint and Related Coatings, Materials, and Applications.] -- Annotation The technology that deals with using the substrate as your polymerization vessel will be described in detail, but in an understandable manner, in this book.

Reading it will give one a. radiation curable coatings, and bio-based as well as nanomaterial based coatings, to name a few.

The raw materials used in today’s advanced coatings are incredibly diverse and innovative compared to those used a few decades before. Understanding this growing palette of coating raw materials and their specific roles and inter. The report on Radiation-Curable Coatings Market offers in-depth analysis of market trends, drivers, restraints, opportunities etc.

Along with qualitative information, this report includes the quantitative analysis of various segments in terms of market share, growth, opportunity analysis, market value, etc. for the forecast years.5/5(23). Content: Waterborne coatings with an emphasis on synthetic aspects: an overview / Melissa A.

Grunlan, Lin-Lin Xing, and J. Edward Glass --A perspective on resins for aqueous coatings / John L. Gardon --Progress in predicting latex-particle morphology and projections for the future / Yvon G. Durant and Donald C. Sundberg --Particle coalescence / Peter T.

Elliott, Wylie H. Wetzel, Lin-Lin Xing. Monomers - low molecular weight substances reducing the viscosity of the radiation curable coatings. Monomers act similar to solvents in solvent-borne paints If lowering viscosity is the only function of a monomer it is called monofunctional monomer (e.g., isobornyl acrylate).

Multifunctional (di- tri- tetra- etc.) monomers have also other functions, for example they are involved in the. USA USA USA USA US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords compound nh4 coating composition resin formula Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an.

Get this from a library. Radiation curing of coatings. [J V Koleske; ASTM Committee D-1 on Paint and Related Coatings, Materials, and Applications.] -- The technology that deals with using the substrate as your polymerization vessel will be described in detail, but in an understandable manner, in this book.

Reading it will give one a good. Coatings (including paints, lacquers, varnishes, and similar products) have two general purposes. Regardless of end use or end market, these products are designed for aesthetic enhancement and Radiation-Curable Coatings with Emphasis on the Graphic Arts | SpringerLink.

solvent or water based coating and printing technologies. The use of radiation curable materials based at least partially on renewable raw materials brings another level of sustainability.

While renewable based radiation curable materials are currently being used commercially (primarily in printing inks), there are many opportunities to design. Radiation curing technology can increase production, save money, improve working conditions, and decrease pollution.

This manual's straightforward style makes it easily understood and allows readers to go directly from the book to their specific work area of radiation-curing technology. The present invention is directed to a coating composition for use in the graphic arts comprising, based on the total weight of the coating composition, 30 to 95 % by wt.

of an aqueous radiation curable polyurethane dispersion; 2 to 30 % by wt. of an aqueous dispersion of a non radiation curable (meth)acrylic resin; to 5 % by wt.

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[email protected] All books 40 New Releases 3 Knowledge base 6 Formulation expertise 6 Raw materials 15 Application fields 10 Measuring & testing 3.Request PDF | Radiation-Curable Smart Coatings | A quickly expanding process within the paint and coatings industry is the implementation of ultraviolet (UV) to cure or dry coating on various.