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Alexander Belkin - Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) – A High Potential Method (for the Evaluation of Anti-corrosive Pigments)?

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Alexander Belkin - Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) – A High Potential Method (for the Evaluation of Anti-corrosive Pigments)?

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Alexander Belkin

Marketing / BD Coatings / Product Manager Anticorrosives

Phone: +49(0) 2203 925 68 24

Website: www.heubachcolor.com

 

Abstract

 

The testing of anti-corrosive coatings is a highly time and ressources consuming procedure. While in the past the testing time for system screenings was already significantly reduced from years to months respectively weeks changing from natural weathering to different forms of accelerated testing, like salt spray testing and humidity testing, the electrochemical impedance spectroscopy is said to have a high potential to reduce a single test to hours. This would enable technologists and scientists to really set-up high-throughput screening in the fields of anti-corrosive coatings.
The current talk will present results of different paint systems varying binders, substrates, anti-corrosive pigments etc. and comparing salt spray test results with the test results of much faster electrochemical impedance spectroscopy from the standpoint of an anti-corrosive pigment manufacturer.

 

Biography

Alexander Belkin studied business chemistry at the Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf. In 2016 he received the master degree by writing his thesis on specific surface treatment application in corporation with Henkel AG & Co. KGaA. In 2016 he joined Heubach GmbH as Marketing / Business Development Manager for coatings as well as Product Manager for anticorrosive pigments. 

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