Presented by allnex
Recorded on May 31, 2022
Development of waterborne formulations that stand the test of time, might take years to optimize. In recent years resin development has been moving forward relentlessly providing a wide array of options for formulators. Views on sustainability are rapidly evolving, where considerations of bio-content, GHG emissions and substances of concern are becoming more relevant selection criteria.
Dial into this webinar to find out how formulations might be optimized to find the right balance in sustainability, cost and performance backed by years of real time exposure data around the globe. We will provide a full overview of the allnex product line for these applications.
We will feature our RESYDROL® range of modified-alkyds and our SETAQUA® range acrylics in terms of compatibility and suitability in different climates and wood species.
Additionally we will touch upon our sustainability journey and our approaches in terms of sustainable portfolio management, raw material sourcing and product development for these applications.
- Introduction to wood as a substrate
- Woodcare: Binders optimised for wood penetration, drying and durability
- Decking: Theory behind binder technology and performance
- Decking: Overview of performance vs internal and external benchmarks
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