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April 26th, 2005
BASF is presenting its new generation of binders for architectural coatings at this year's European Coatings Show (April 26 - 28).
In the new COL.9® binders, inorganic nanoparticles are homogeneously incorporated into organic polymer particles of water-based dispersions. The resulting nanocomposite dispersions combine the benefits of inorganic binders – such as hardness and permeability – with those of organic binders – such as elasticity and water resistance.
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