Water-borne polyurethane dispersions and their use in functional coatings

@article{Howarth1997WaterbornePD,
  title={Water-borne polyurethane dispersions and their use in functional coatings},
  author={G. A. Howarth and H. L. Manock},
  journal={Surface Coatings International},
  year={1997},
  volume={80},
  pages={324-328}
}
ConclusionsThere were high hopes and many predictions in the 1970s that the coatings industry would rapidly move to water-borne coatings. This did not occur in this very traditional and conservative industry. However, environmental legislation is now ensuring that more and more coatings systems are moving towards water-borne or high solids. This should not be viewed as a threat by the resin suppliers, but as a great opportunity. Small to medium size resin suppliers who are willing to tailor… 

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