<Keynote Paper 1>NanoTechnology in Coatings: Realising the Potential
Prof. Jamil BaghdachiCoatings Research Institute, Eastern Michigan University, USA
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology have fueled vigorous research and development in material science which is being applied to develop coatings with novel properties. The approach has enabled molecular level control of composition and nanometer scale property control that have resulted in rapid developments in raw materials and coatings with improved decorative and protective properties as well as enhanced adhesion, superior aesthetics, and improved corrosion resistance. This keynote paper focuses on the development and application of organic and inorganic nanomaterials in coatings, examples of coatings and their properties.
Dr. Jamil Baghdachi is a Professor of Polymers and Coatings and the Director of Coatings Research Institute at the Eastern Michigan University. He joined the Coatings Research Institute in 1997, after spending 22 years at various technical and managerial capacities at BASF Corporation, DuPont, and ARCO Chemical Company. He is the author/editor of 4 books in related areas and has published over 122 papers including six book chapters and conference proceedings and holds 44 U.S. patents.
<Paper 2>Sustainable Polyesters for Powder Coatings
Dr. Alessandro MinessoAllnex, Belgium
Our research has focused on the use of renewable raw materials to develop materials with unique properties with our existing as well as bio-based monomers, as building blocks for the synthesis of sustainable and cost-effective bio-polymers. This approach brings new opportunities to develop materials with unique properties. This methodology, combined with recycled materials has been used to develop sustainable polyester resins and opens new possibilities in market segments where the current PC has some intrinsic limitations.
Dr. Alessandro Minesso is the Technology Laboratory leader for the Powder Coating Resins business unit at Allnex (formerly Cytec Coatings Resin) since 2009. He joined the company in 2001 as a research chemist where he worked in the R&D department on new products development and process improvement for coating resins with special focus on various polymeric chemical platforms: saturated and unsaturated polyesters, polyanhydrides, solid and solvent-born acrylics, alkyds and polyurethanes. He acquired his PhD degree in Chemical Sciences at the University of Venice, with a theoretical/structural curriculum and activity on synthesis and characterization of sol-gel based nanostructured oxides and supported nanodispersed metal particles by wide angle and small angle scattering of X-ray, also by using the synchrotron radiation.
<Paper 3>Antimicrobial Nano-Additives for Architectural Paints & Impregnates
Prof. Maria ZieleckaIndustrial Chemistry Research Institute, Poland
Sol-gel derived silica nanospheres containing immobilized copper nanoparticles of narrow particle size distribution, focused on potential applications were developed. The properties of these nanoparticles were tested by using SEM, EDS, AAS, XRD, photon correlation spectroscopy. These nanospheres are very active against Aspergillus niger, Paecilomyces varioti, Penicillium funiculosum, Chaetomium globosum as well as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus. The results of antifungi and antialgae tests of silicone-acrylic architectural paint and impregnates containing these additives are also presented and discussed.
Prof. Maria Zielecka is Deputy Director for Research and Head of Silicon Polymers Group at ICRI. She has been involved in the development of several technologies of new silicone products. During last years her research activities are focused on nanostructured systems synthesised by sol-gel processes. Moreover, several projects have been also concentrated on synthesis and application of environmentally friendly emulsions for protection of building materials as well as on synthesis of silicone-containing hybrid systems for sophisticated applications. Most of those technologies were commercialised during last 20 years. She is co-author of over 50 papers and over 30 patents.
<Paper 4>Versatile Biopolymer: An Eco-Friendly Additive
Mrs. Petra LenzBYK Additives & Instruments, Germany
Biotechnology has opened the door to an entirely new matting additive with unique combination of properties compared to conventional matting agents. The new additive, based on biopolymer, obtained by bacterial fermentation of sugars, is fully biodegradable, GMO free and has good mechanical properties. The best results were achieved in UV systems but it is suitable for water- & solvent borne coatings.
Mrs. Petra Lenz first worked for a leading chemical company in the application technology department for coating resins, with the focus on UV and wood. Petra Lenz gained a lot of experience in the development and marketing of binders for all kinds of different applications. In 2002 she began working at BYK in the application technology department for wood and furniture coatings. Petra Lenz then went on to head the laboratory for wood and furniture coatings from 2004 to 2012. Since October 2012 she has been employed in the sales department as a Technical Support Manager Paint Additives.
<Paper 5>HDPE Films with Improved Barrier & Antibacterial Properties
Prof. Regina JeziorskaIndustrial Chemistry Research Institute, Poland
The ability of spherical silica containing immobilized nanosilver (SiO2-Ag) to give antimicrobial activity to HDPE films was investigated. The thermal stability as well as barrier properties of the silica filled HDPE films were significantly better compared to the neat polymer. Moreover, higher silica contents resulted in higher storage modulus, proving that the material became stiffer. Improved resistance to microorganisms (E. coli, S. aureus, S. typhimurium, L. motocytogenes, B. subtilis and P. fluorescens) of the HDPE films containing SiO2-Ag was also observed whereas pure HDPE did not show this activity.
Prof. Regina Jeziorska is the Managing Director of Industrial Chemistry Research Institute and Head of Polymer Technology and Processing Department at the Institute. She is a member of the Polymer Processing Society, Association of Polish Innovators and Rationalizers, as well as a member of jury of Brussels INNOVA. She is also member of Managing Board of Modification, Degradation and Stabilization Society (MoDeSt). Her research covers reactive processing, filling and recycling of polymers, biomaterials and nanocomposites. She is an author and co-author of more than 150 publications, 32 patents, as well as an author of the 4 monographs. She takes part in many national and international conferences and has already given over 90 lectures, including 17 invited lectures. Many of her research results were commercialized.
<Paper 6>A Sustainable and Forward-looking Preservation Concept in Paints & Coatings
Mr. Mark ZhangSchuelke & Mayr, Germany
The large number of possible micro-organisms and the enormous diversity of raw materials impose demands that cannot be covered by just one microbial active used at an acceptable dosage. Moreover, environmental acceptability, including the sustainable use of raw materials, is becoming a decisive factor to customers. The synergistic combination of benzisothiazolone (BIT), methylisothiazolinone (MIT) and bis (3-aminopropyl) dodecylamine (BDA) has proved being highly effective by minimizing the level of biocidal actives needed for preservation. With this new sustainable "full-life" protection concept, it is possible to control waterborne contaminations, provide safer manufacturing procedures, to offer an opportunity to eliminate product recalls and downtime issues. Moreover, it allows for sustainable use of raw materials due to low usage concentrations and complies with the standards of various eco-labels.
Mr. Mark Zhang joined Schülke & Mayr as the manager of Technical Center Asia Pacific, responsible for technical service to customers within Asia Pacific region. Mark is engaged in preservatives and biocides formulation development and product applications in many fields including cosmetics, paints and coatings, metalworking fluids etc. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in applied chemistry and a Master of Science degree in macromolecules chemistry and physics from Fudan University (2007). Before joined Schülke & Mayr, Mark worked in ISP Global R&D Shanghai as chemist for biocide / preservative development.
<Paper 7>Fluoropolymer Nano Coatings
Mr. Patrick ZhaoBeijing Sino-Rich Material Science, P.R. China
How does a coating manufacturer tailor made fluorocarbon nanocoatings in meeting with high performance customer driven demand? One effective way could be to apply superdurable, crosslinkable fluoropolymer in waterborne, powder type, solvent type as developing tool, while optimising its properties through adding multifunctional nano-particulate system to suit all coatings procedure such as flooding, spraying & rolling. Thus easy-clean, heat reflection and anti-graffiti effects can be realised.
Mr. Patrick Zhao has been working on fluoropolymer polymerization and specialty fluoropolymer coating innovative development field for over 20 years. Formerly he was DuPont Teflon Finishes Specialist and Deputy Member of China Fluoro-silicon Industrial Association. Currently he is the Deputy Member of China Fluoro Polymer Coating Academy, Author of book “PEEK” and Founder of Beijing Sino-Rich Material Science Co., Ltd.
<Paper 8>Sustainable Metal Surface Treatment Technology for Steel
Mr. Ignacio BaltaProCoat Tecnologias, Barcelona, Spain
A Thin Organic Coating (TOC) is a one step film forming phosphatization process, based on nanotechnology, which offers a new and wide range of properties for metallic surfaces. Its chemical composition provides the treated surface with anti-fingerprint properties, durability in terms of corrosion resistance, lubricity and also adhesion to different kinds of paints. TOC is recommended to be applied at Continuous Galvanizing Lines and the curing process requires very low energy and no residues are generated during the application. These TOCs are around 1 micron thick and they show excellent paintability to liquid, powder and coil coating paints.
Mr. Ignacio Balta is an Industrial Engineer. He has a master degree in Business Administration. He has been working in international business for more than 20 years, mainly in the automotive sector. Currently, Mr. Balta is the Vice President of ProCoat Tecnologias, a Spanish chemical manufacturer devoted to metal surface treatment products. Mr. Balta has also acted as speaker in many different exhibitions, fairs, congresses and business forums.
<Paper 9>Preparation and Properties of UV Curing SiO2 / Hyperbranched Polyurethane Acrylate Transparent Coatings
Prof. Weiping TuSouth China University of Technology, P.R. China
The modified silicone sol from TEOS and MAPTMS were used as inorganic components and hyperbranched polyurethane acrylate (HBPUA) were used as organic components for preparing UV-curable HBPUA/(MAPTMS-SiO2) hybrid coatings. When the content of modified silicone sol was 30wt.%, 1,6-hexanediol diacrylate was 20wt.%, composite initiators (Irgacure 184 + TPO) was 3wt.%, the gel time of HBPUA/(MAPTMS-SiO2) hybrid coatings exceed 180 days. After UV curing for 4 mins, hybrid coatings had optimal properties with transmittance of 92.8%, pencil hardness of 4H, adhesion of 0 degree, flexibility of 3 mm, impact strength of 46 kg·cm and abrasion resistance of only 17.5 mg.
Prof Tu Weiping, Research in Fine Chemical Engineering. Deputy Director of Institute of Chemical Engineering, South China University of Technology. Deputy Director of Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Green Chemical Technology.
<Paper 10>Hard & Invisible-Incorporating Nanosilica Technology for New Improvements in 2-pack PU Coatings
Mr. Marco HeuerEvonik Hanse, Germany
2K PU coatings can be formulated by using polyols with various chain lengths and OH-values and different isocyanate crosslinker to create different mechanical properties. By adding nanosilica composites coating properties like scratch and abrasion resistance can be improved dramatically. A correlation between nanosized silica particles and the content was found without any influence to gloss or transparency. Also barrier properties like water vapour and oxygen or water immersion resistance are highly enhanced.
Mr. Marco Heuer worked as Lab Manager in various companies during 1995-2006. In 2006, he joined Evonik Hanse GmbH being a Technical Manager Application Development & Area Sales Manager North America for nanoresins AG. Since 2012, he is Senior Technical Manager Nanoresins, mainly responsible for worldwide technical support for Nanoresins Products for Coatings applications.
<Paper 11>Improved Effects in Pigment Dispersion by Coating Additives with Advanced Polymer Architecture
Mr. Ralf KnischkaBASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany
In recent years, formulation additives based on new controlled free radical polymerisation (CFRP) techniques have made their way into industrial reality. Especially in pigment dispersants, well-designed acrylic block copolymers can offer improved solutions compared to conventional dispersants. It is well-known that the selection of monomer chemistry and the chain length of AB-block copolymers are key design parameters. But the extent of “structural perfection” in polymer architecture needed to realise optimum performance has not been clear so far. This paper will show recent developments using nitroxyl-mediated polymerisation resulting in high-performance dispersing agents for demanding applications, with a focus on the use in waterborne applications. Detailed analysis in determining the level of structural perfection necessary to achieve optimal results and what impact deviations from the ideal structure have on the performance will be discussed.
Ralf Knischka received his PhD in Polymer Chemistry from the University in Freiburg in 2000. He joined Ciba Specialty Chemicals in 2001 working on the development of pigment dispersants via controlled free radical polymerzation. From 2004 onward he worked in product development for various field within coatings. Since 2009, Ralf is responsible in BASF SE for PD of Formulation Additives in Coatings.
<Paper 12>Novel Application of Fluorosurfactants in Easy-Clean Architectural Paints
Ms. Charlene GuoDuPont China R&D Center, USA
New research demonstrates that dosing the fluorosurfactants in both grind and letdown stages unlock their multi-functional benefits. This reformulation method, combined with several minor adjustments in the formulation, achieves the best overall easy-clean performance in low sheen paints. Three binders and two levels of PVC were evaluated with two short chain based fluorosurfactants to demonstrate easy-clean performance. Data for household and Leneta stain cleanability, as well as water and oil contact angles will be discussed in detail. No negative impact was observed on hiding power and wet scrub resistance. The use of fluorosurfactants thus is the most effective way to improve latex paint easy-clean performance.
Ms. Charlene Guo graduated from Shanghai Jiaotong University with Master Degree. She is now working on Asian Pacific technical service for Fluorosurfactant and Fluororepellent, E.I DuPont. She has 6 years formulation experience for architectural coating and industrial coating.
<Paper 13>Thickening of Waterborne Systems: Why Hydrophobically Modified Polymers (HM-P)
Dr. Leif KarlsonAkzo Nobel Functional Chemicals, Sweden
HM-P gives very good application properties to the paint e.g. good hiding power, paint consistency and spatter resistance. The thickening mechanism of HM-P includes contribution from chain entanglements as well as hydrophobic interactions. Both the length of the hydrophobic tails and the mol.wt & structure of the polymer backbone influence the properties of HM-P. Hydrophobic latexes give strong interactions with the HM-P resulting in high thickening efficiency and may also render the paint an elastic consistency. All surface active ingredients in the paint play active roles. Paint thickened with HM-P is sensitive to the surfactants that are included in colorant formulations, which can result in a reduction in viscosity of tinted paint.
Dr. Leif Karlson took a Master Degree in organic chemistry at University of Gothenburg in 1985 and a PhD in physical chemistry at University of Lund in 2002 on a thesis titled “Hydrophobically Modified Polymers - Rheology and Molecular Associations”. Dr. Karlson has been employed at Akzo Nobel Functional Chemicals since 1985. He is now holding a position as Manager for a research group dealing with product and process chemistry.
The 11th CHINACOAT Conference
Nano & Bio Technology —— in Coatings and Finishing
November 18-19, 2013 • Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel • P.R. China
Keynote Paper 1
NanoTechnology in Coatings: Realising the Potential
Sustainable Polyesters for Powder Coatings
Antimicrobial Nano-Additives for Architectural Paints & Impregnates
Versatile Biopolymer: An Eco-Friendly Additive
HDPE Films with Improved Barrier & Antibacterial Properties
Sustainable and Forward-looking Preservation Concept in Paints & Coatings
Fluoropolymer Nano Coatings
Sustainable Metal Surface Treatment Technology for Steel
Preparation and Properties of UV Curing SiO2 / Hyperbranched PolyurethaneAcrylate Transparent Coatings
Hard & Invisible-Incorporating Nanosilica Technology for New Improvementsin 2-pack PU Coatings
The Organiser hereby reserves the rights to change the programme, paper(s) and/or speakers at any time and without prior notice.
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