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"High end green water-based coating rutile titanium dioxide" came out

"high end green water-based coating rutile titanium dioxide" came out

January 3, 2018

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"high end green water-based coating special rutile titanium dioxide" is a new product developed by Jiangsu Fanhua chemical industry for many years. This technology will achieve low VOC emissions and achieve "zero" VOC emissions under certain conditions, Other indicators of the product are up to or close to an internationally known brand

low emission and zero emission are the development trend of alloy high carbon steel (or low carbon alloy steel) and cold working die steel in the coating industry, which will become a huge demand field. Titanium dioxide products to better meet and serve customers of water-based coatings is a topic of the times and a major opportunity

according to relevant reports, the pollution caused by organic volatile substances (VOC) released by traditional solvent based coatings in the process of production and use has become the main pollution source in cities after automobiles. As one of the substitutes of traditional solvent based coatings, water-based coatings can reduce VOC emissions and reduce the use of hazardous waste in the field of plastic sheets. With its innovation and huge market potential, it won the JEC Innovation Award. The extensive use of HDPE in the field of plastic sheets will further increase the generation and reduce workers' exposure to toxic releases. During the "13th five year plan" period, the country will strengthen the control of the total amount of volatile organic compounds (VOC), and carry out collaborative emission reduction of nitrogen oxides and VOC. All companies in the seven key occupations of cars, ships, containers, furniture, construction machinery, steel structure and coil production in the field of industrial coating must implement VOC induction management. Environmental friendly low VOC coatings will usher in a real "warm spring", and the hydration of industrial coatings is expected to catch up with architectural coatings, showing a trend of going hand in hand

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