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Moisture Scavengers emerge out as ideal reactive diluent

19th April 2011
With the never ending enhancements in chemical technologies, there has been a significant thrust on the solvent-borne industrial coatings market. In the past several years, there has been different enhancements come out in water based coatings technology,... Read >
Author: Jacob Watson

Concrete Floor And Epoxy Coatings Are Beautiful As Well As Long Lasting

09th February 2011
Your garage, although technically never a room inside your home, it can be a vital section of the home, in particular to the man of the house. A number of garages usually are for storage, quite a few are usually for repairs and some usually are where men ... Read >
Author: GregBlack

Technical Information on liquid roof and Liquid Rubber

14th May 2010
Liquid Roof and Liquid Rubber need temperatures above 55 degrees to cure. The temps can go below 55 but the product will not begin curing again until the temp's go above 55 degrees. Chemical Resistance-Cured EPDM rubber is resistant to acids, alkalis an... Read >
Author: Webmaster liquidroof

Benefits Of Plastic Pipes

05th October 2009
Plastic piping has been around for many years and is quite popular. This is due to the many unique qualities it possesses. Some of them include:Green benefits: plastic materials can be recycledTransportation costs are low: This is due to their lightweight... Read >
Author: Tal Potishman

Benefits of eco solvent printing inks

23rd June 2009
The new eco solvent inks for printing have emerged as the latest choice for printers. This new Eco-Solvent inks offer you with the some unusual benefits as compared to the Eco-Solvent Plus inks because they are available with added enhancements. These enh... Read >
Author: trinityinks

Nylon 6 and Nylon 6.6 - An insight

29th June 2007
Nylon 6,6 and Nylon 6 are the most versatile commercial nylon products in the market having a vast range of uses depending upon the need. Both the products are used for engineering applications though Nylon 6,6 is more used for its ductility and tensile s... Read >
Author: Chris
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