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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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The prices of raw materials used in manufacturing waterborne coatings are expected to have a significant impact on the production cost of the final product.
Hence, opting for an effective insurance policy that provides adequate financial coverage for waterborne diseases is essential.
Acrylic-based waterborne coatings account for the maximum share among all types of resins.
said: This substantial investment in our full range of waterborne urethane capabilities in Wilmington shows our commitment to the success of our customers and our belief in the North American market.'
Mike Jeffries, field technical service manager, will also present as part of the “Reformulating to Waterborne Coatings” short course on Feb.
"A growing demand for high-performance waterborne paint solutions prompted our decision to expand in Wuppertal," Shaver told the assembled guests.
Generally, block and graft waterborne polyurethane-polysiloxane dispersions can be obtained via reaction between polysiloxane with a diol group and isocyanale; and.
Britain is particularly threatened by the prospect of lower Qatari supply to Europe -- it bought all but one of its import cargoes from the world's top LNG exporter in the last five months of 2011, Waterborne said.
As governments become more and more strict about regulations related to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emission, industries have to develop more eco-friendly products such as UV, powder, and waterborne coatings.
has opened a new factory for waterborne acrylic resins in Waalwijk, The Netherlands.