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Epoxy Resins

  • Livre Relié
  • 240 Nombre de pages
Aufbau, Struktur und Eigenschaften der Epoxidharze werden für lösemittelhaltige als auch für wässrige Systeme in dem neuen Fachbuc... Lire la suite
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Aufbau, Struktur und Eigenschaften der Epoxidharze werden für lösemittelhaltige als auch für wässrige Systeme in dem neuen Fachbuch Epoxidharze dargestellt. Die 1K- und die 2K-Systeme werden beleuchtet und die lacktechnischen Grundlagen effizient hervorgehoben. Dem Leser werden unterschiedliche Anwendungsmöglichkeiten der Epoxidharzsysteme und deren Vor- und Nachteile nahegebracht. Außerdem verschafft das Buch einen Einblick in anwendungstechnische Anforderungen und deren Überprüfung.

Échantillon de lecture
Foreword Hardly any class of resins is more widely used in the coatings industry than that of epoxides. Therefore, anyone who works with coatings needs a good overview of this topic. This book seeks to provide that very knowledge from three aspects: First, it surveys the historical development of epoxy resins, from the first synthesis in the 19th century to the first patents for epoxide compounds in coatings to industrial scale production of resins based on bisphenol A. Chapter 1 also proposes a unique nomenclature based on DIN standards for avoiding the proliferation of terms used for epoxy resins in the coatings industry. Second, the book contains a compilation of the chemical properties of the epoxy (oxirane) group, of polymers containing epoxy groups and of polymers produced with epoxy groups (phenoxy resins). Chapter 2 presents the chemistry of the epoxy group, i.e. a characterisation of the three-membered ring, followed by the chemistry that is facilitated by this functional group and that is actually used within the industry. Finally, it examines the production and characterisation of polymers, both with and without epoxy groups, along with their curing reactions. A comprehensive overview of all the possible reactions of epoxy groups is provided, with the focus on reactions that are relevant to coatings. Modern methods of characterising the compounds, such as NMR, IR and NIR spectroscopy are explained on one hand, while all the typical key parameters used in industry and based on corresponding DIN and ISO standards are presented on the other. The third aspect is coating agents and how they are used in industry. Chapter 3 covers the general use of epoxy resins and phenoxy resins. Sections 3.2 to 3.5 discuss the state of the art regarding the use of epoxy resins in industrial areas such as corrosion protection, flooring, powder coatings, can and coil coatings, as well as offering sample coating formulations and discussing the property profiles of the resulting coating surfaces. The topic of can coatings, in particular, includes a detailed discussion of the toxicological properties and current legislation on the use of resins based on bisphenol A. Chapter 4 deals with trends in the epoxy resins market. Among the topics here are new applications, alternative compounds for BPA in food packaging, and new trends in the coatings industry. This book will serve not only as a reference book on the chemistry of epoxides and their properties, but also as a monograph on the industrial coatings applications of epoxy resins, both with and without epoxy groups. It will therefore prove useful to students, developers and industrial users alike. Düsseldorf/Germany, December 2015 Michael Dornbusch

Contenu
Content 1 Introduction, Michael Dornbusch 1.1 History 1.2 Application of epoxide resins 1.2.1 Coating agents 1.2.2 Construction materials 1.2.3 Adhesions 1.3 Terms and market 1.3.1 Nomenclature 1.3.2 Markets 1.4 Literature 2 Basic chemistry of the epoxy group, Michael Dornbusch 2.1 Properties and reactions of epoxy groups 2.1.1 Reaction with nucleophils 2.1.2 Reaction via acid catalyst 2.1.3 Properties of the epoxy group 2.2 Production and properties of epoxide resins 2.2.1 Production and properties of the monomers 2.2.1.1 Epichlorohydrin 2.2.1.2 Bisphenols 2.2.1.3 Epoxides based on olefins 2.2.1.4 Glycidyl ester 2.2.1.5 Aliphatic glycidyl ether 2.2.2 Production and propterties of the oligomers 2.2.2.1 Bisphenol based epoxide resins 2.2.2.2 Epoxide-novolaks 2.3 Parameters of epoxide resins 2.3.1 Epoxy equivalent of epoxy resins 2.3.2 OH-Number of epoxy resins 2.3.3 Chloride contents of epoxide resins 2.3.4 Investigation of the tendency to granulate of liquid resins 2.3.5 Detection reactions 2.4 Structure and properties of polymers based on epoxide resins and their curing processes 2.4.1 Polyether polyol and phenoxy resins 2.4.2 Polyether polyol with epoxy groups 2.4.2.1 Catalytic curing of epoxide resins 2.4.3 Water based epoxide resins 2.4.4 Resins for hybrids with polymers based on epoxide resins 2.4.4.1 Epoxide acrylate 2.4.4.2 Epoxide alkyd, epoxyester 2.4.4.3 Epoxide-siloxane/silicone 2.4.4.4 Epoxide-polyamidimide 2.5 Literature 3 Epoxide in coatings 3.1 Epoxy groups as cross-linked building blocks, Michael Dornbusch 3.1.1 Overview of epoxy resins and hardeners 3.1.2 Epoxy groups in UV-curable coating systems 3.1.3 Epoxy groups in dip coatings 3.2 Protective coatings, Ulrich Christ 3.2.1 Industrial coatings 3.2.2 Corrosion protection 3.3 Applied flooring technology, Rob Rasing 3.3.1 Concrete 3.3.2 Application of epoxy thermosets for ambient cure condition 3.3.3 Floor design and installation 3.3.4 Industrial flooring performance attributes 3.3.5 High performance industrial flooring 3.4 Powder coatings, Ulrich Christ 3.4.1 Epoxy powder coatings 3.4.1.1 Curing with dicyandiamide (DICY) 3.4.1.2 Curing with phenolic resins 3.4.1.3 Curing with anhydrides 3.4.2 Epoxy polyester powder coatings or hybrid powder coatings 3.4.3 Polyester powder coatings 3.4.4 Acrylic powder coatings 3.5 Can and Coil Coatings, Michael Dornbusch 3.5.1 Can Coatings 3.5.2 Coil Coating 3.6 Literature 4 Trends and outlook, Ulrich Christ 4.1 Legal requirements related to health, safety and environmental protection 4.2 New product developments 4.2.1 Epoxy resins - applicable in future also for topcoats 4.2.2 New waterbased 1pack-epoxy technology for high duty corrosion protection systems 4.2.3 Improving the corrosion protection of 2pack- epoxy coatings by active anti-corrosion and barrier pigments 4.2.4 Trends in epoxy-based powder coatings 4.3 Potential replacement of BPA in Can Coatings, Michael Dornbusch 4.3.1 BPA replacement with bisphenol derivates 4.3.2 BPA replacement with new epoxide compounds 4.3.3 BPA replacement with other resins 4.4 Epoxides as building blocks for use of anthropogenic carbon dioxide for chemical syntheses, Ulrich Christ 4.5 Outlook - a strong growth predicted for epoxy resins 4.6 Literature

Détails sur le produit

Titre: Epoxy Resins
Sous-titre: Fundamentals and Applications, EUROPEAN COATINGS library
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9783866308879
ISBN: 978-3-86630-887-9
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Chimie
nombre de pages: 240
Poids: 600g
Taille: H20mm x B230mm x T161mm
Parution: 11.05.2016
Année: 2016
Pays: DE