Rheological Properties of Advanced Versus Conventional Spackling Compounds
New technologies in wall repair and painting have introduced spackling compounds composed of advanced acrylic resins and fillers which self-prime, shorten drying times, and provide strength to eliminate shrinkage or cracking of the repair. The rheological properties of these new materials have been measured and compared to that of conventional spackling compounds using MCR rheometers to show the advancements in paint technology with overcoming challenges associated with paint preparation and to substantiate marketing claims for the new spackling compounds.
2014-04-23, 11:00 - 11:45
Trainer: Maxine Quitaro
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