Dates: February 16, 2020
(One-Day add-on course - can be added to any of our other two day short courses for three days of training. 10% discount off of this one day course)

Dr. James W. Rawlins

Course Purpose: To provide entry level chemists in the coatings industry an understanding of the basic principle involved in coatings

Dr. James W. Rawlins Professor of Polymer Science and Engineering

Dr. James W. Rawlins
Professor of Polymer Science and Engineering

Course Description:

This one day short course is designed to provide attendees an elementary introduction to coatings.  The course material will discuss fundamentals of the key ingredients used in coatings, i.e., polymers, pigments, additives and solvents.  It will serve as a useful primer for the material that will be covered in the next two days of your chosen short course.

Who Should Attend:

The first day’s course material is ideal for fresh entrants into the coatings industry who are not fully conversant with the basic components of coatings.  The technical content of this course will supplement the material covered in our other short courses.

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