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Sartomer to Host Annual UV/EB Technical Seminar in Exton

Published on 2012-01-31. Author : SpecialChem

EXTON, Pa. -- Global specialty chemicals manufacturer Sartomer USA, LLC will hold its recurring technical seminar on ultraviolet light and electron beam (UV/EB) curing chemistries at its headquarters in Exton, Pa., near Philadelphia. The free seminar will take place from March 27-29 and is geared toward industrial chemists and product formulators who want to expand their practical knowledge of current UV/EB chemistries.

The seminar will feature technology experts from Sartomer, as well as recognized industry leaders from other organizations in the related areas of formulation additives and UV/EB curing equipment. Presentations will be relevant for attendees with all levels of UV/EB experience. The first two days will focus on chemistry and introductory topics, and more advanced material will be discussed on the final day. Participants will receive detailed information about the following topics:

  • Monomer chemistry
  • Oligomer chemistry
  • Photoinitiator chemistry
  • UV and EB sources
  • Additives for UV/EB
  • Application-specific products for graphic arts, adhesives, and wood, metal and hard coatings
  • Acrylates in non-UV/EB applications
  • Advanced adhesion, light and mechanical properties, testing procedures, MVTR, OTR and weathering

About Sartomer

Globally based in Exton, Pa., Sartomer USA, LLC is part of Arkema, Inc. Sartomer is the premier global supplier of specialty chemicals for ultraviolet and electron beam (UV/EB), peroxide, and two-part epoxy/amine systems. For more than 50 years, Sartomer has pioneered the development of these advanced technologies, introducing hundreds of products that enhance performance in coatings, inks, adhesives, composites, rubber and other demanding applications.

Source: Sartomer


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