Technical article discusses ultrasonic dispersal of nanomaterials for paints and coatings
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Hielscher Ultrasonics has released a technical article that discusses the ultrasonic dispersing of nanomaterials for paints and coatings.
Nanomaterials play a role in products such as paints, coatings, high-performance coatings or composites. Ultrasonic cavitation is used to disperse nano-sized particles in liquids, for example, in water, oil, solvents or epoxy resins.
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Areas covered in technical article
- Application of nano-sized materials
- The benefits of ultrasonification
- Carbon nanotubes in the production of conductive coatings
- Hielscher Ultrasonics’ products
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