Dates: February 17-18, 2020

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:

Coatings manufacture is challenging in its complexity as the ingredient list could often contain more than ten items. Formulating a good coating requires a good understanding of the manufacturing technique as well as troubleshooting problems. This short course will seek to impart a comprehensive understanding of pigments, resins, solvents, additives, formulations principles, calculations, and manufacturing techniques applicable to the coatings industry.

Who Should Attend:

This short course is a general course covering major paint types presented at a fundamental technical level, and is designed for entry-level chemists to the coatings industry.

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