Reformulating to Waterborne Coatings
Dates: February 1 - 2, 2016 (Two Day Course)
Dr. Robson F. Storey
Professor of Polymer Science
Course Purpose: To provide chemists in the coatings industry an understanding of the principles involved in reformulating systems to a waterborne system.
Course Description: Reformulating to Waterborne Coatings is an intensive, two-day course providing an introduction to the technology of waterborne coatings with an emphasis on the challenges encountered in converting existing solvent-borne coating systems to water. It consists of a series of lectures organized around various popular coating types including acrylic latex, polyester/alkyd, two-component polyurethane, polyurethane dispersion, epoxy, and silicone. Additional topics include the use of additives, pigments and pigment dispersion, and application methods for waterborne coatings.
Who should attend: The course is designed for coating chemists and formulators and for persons interested in new applications for waterborne coatings.
Dr. Robson F. Storey- The University of Southern Mississippi
*Welcome & Course Overview
*Fundamentals of Polymer Design for Waterborne Coatings
Dr. Leo Procopio - The Dow Chemical Company
*Formulating Waterborne Acrylic Polymers for Industrial Coatings
*Application Methods for Waterborne Coatings
Tracy Wickmann - Air Products & Chemicals, Inc
*Formulating Two-Package, Ambient-Cure Waterborne Epoxy Coatings
Peter Schmitt - Bayer MaterialScience
*The Use of Waterborne Polyurethanes in High Performance Coatings
Mike Jeffries - Bayer MaterialScience
*High Performance Waterborne Two-Component Polyurethanes
Dr. Ayumu Yokoyama - Axalta Coating Systems
*Formulation of Waterborne Pigment Dispersions
Dr. Donald Liles - Dow Corning Corporation
*The Role of Silicones in Formulating Water-Based Coatings