By Arthur A. Tracton
Thoroughly revised and up-to-date, the Coatings expertise instruction manual, 3rd version offers a vast cross-index of the various features considering the self-discipline. Containing 14 new chapters, the ebook covers the composition of either natural and inorganic resins, pigments or fillers, and ingredients, from polymeric fluorocarbons to water borne, solvent-borne, and a hundred percent non-volatile compounds. It examines the checking out of uncooked fabrics and items and exhibits dyes utilized in inks with formula information. This version features a new bankruptcy on strong point pigments for top temperature targeted to this booklet, a bankruptcy on statistical experimentation, a bankruptcy on laws, and a bankruptcy on formulations with a spreadsheet of formula calculations. This source expands your understanding and information of coatings, inks, and adhesives, aids you in challenge fixing, and raises your point of familiarity with the know-how.
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We shall not discuss the role of elasticity in this chapter. 3 Rheological Phenomena in Coating Coalescence, wetting, leveling, cratering, sagging, and slumping are the processes that are strongly influenced by surface tension and viscoelasticity. These, in turn, are the two important parameters that control the quality and appearance of coatings, and hence, their effects on the coating process are discussed in detail. 4 Schematic illustration of good and poor wetting. 1 Wetting Surface tension is an important factor that determines the ability of a coating to wet and adhere to a substrate.
It has also been stated by some authors3 that coating elasticity has a retarding effect on leveling, although the effect is less important than that of viscosity. References 1. D. A. Bultman and M. T. Pike, J. Chem. Spec. Manuf. , January 1981. 2. S. Orchard, Appl. Sci. , A11, 451 (1962). 3. M. Bierman, Rheol. Acta, 138 (1968). Bibliography Beeferman, H. , and D. A. Bregren, J. , 38(492), 9–17 (1966). Kooistra, M. , “Film formation phenomena: Fundamentals and applications,” in Third International Conference in Organic Coatings Science and Technology, G.
Fink-Jensen, Farbe Lack, 68, 155 (1962). A. V. Hersey, Phys. , 2, 56, 204 (1939). T. Satoh and N. , 47, 402 (1974). 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 3-2 Thixotropy D. 1 Introduction A coating is applied to a surface by a mechanical force: by a stroke of a brush, by transfer from a roll, by removing the excess with a knife’s edge, or by other means. Most of these coating processes leave surface disturbances: a brush leaves brush marks; a reverse roll coater leaves longitudinal striations; knife coating leaves machine direction streak; roll coating leaves a rough surface, when the coating splits between the roll and the substrate; and spraying may produce a surface resembling orange peel.