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August 10, 2005
Fluorine and Silicone in Coatings
6-7 December 2005, Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK
The conference is designed to provide a showcase for the dissemination of new research and development in the use of fluorine and silicone chemistry in various coatings applications. The programme has been issued and consists of 20 papers split into 4 sessions - New Surface Property Effects, Advances in Corrosion Protection & Marine Coatings, Delivery of Unique Performance, and Applications for Novel Fluoropolymers.
Full details of the conference, including abstracts of all the papers, can be viewed on the conference website.
Waterborne and High Solids Coatings
7-8 March, 2006, Hotel Mercure, Brussels, Belgium
The scope of the conference will cover all aspects of new developments in the field of waterborne and high solids technology for surface coating applications. These are two of the main technologies delivering coatings which provide compliance with on-going legislation targeted at VOC reduction. The Call for Papers has been issued, and authors of new work in this area are invited to submit papers for presentation at the conference.
Details are available on the conference website.
About PRA Coatings Technology Centre:
Since its formation in 1926, PRA has grown to become the world's largest independent centre for coatings technology. Our membership of over 130 companies includes coatings manufacturers, raw material and equipment suppliers, applicators and end-users.
We provide a fully integrated service to the coatings industry including research, both collaborative and single-client, technology support and information services.
For more information, please visit www.pra.org.uk
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