Resin Supplier Roundup

August 2011
CoatingsTech;Aug2011, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p44
Academic Journal
The article offers brief information on various resin products including the EcoVAE 501 emulsion from Celanese AG, the Uradil â„¢ AZ-800 waterborne alkyd from DSM NeoResins Inc., and the EVOCAR Latex 282 vinyl emulsions from Arkema Emulsion Systems.


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