West Riding OCCA's series of training and educational events continues with Aspects of Rheology Application and Formulation. These popular events are kindly hosted by PPG who ensure excellent facilities and sponsor a buffet after the event. The event this year focuses on Rheology, its importance in formulating and applications.
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Keynote Address, Professor Jim Guthrie, University of Leeds, "The importance of Rheology in coating formulation"
Steve Goodyer, Anton Parr Ltd, "Instrumentation and Measurement of Rheology"
Alan Guy, Safinah Ltd, "The Aspects of Rheology to consider for different application methods"
Harold Faber, Faber and Vanderende, "New Rheological additives for waterbased coatings compared to existing additives."
Elementis, Udo Schonoff, Technical Service Manager "Novel high efficiency NISAT thickeners."
Peter Lederhos, Evonik, "'Thixing' Rheology with Aerosil Fumed Silica"
Jeremy Green, Borica, "Developing Rheology in Aqueous Paints with Ti-Chelates"
Therefore a full programme which will be excellent value for money and offering opportunities to build Professional Development and networking.
1.00 start (please arrive between 12.00-12.30 to ensure booking-in and travel between gate and training building)
Finish 17.45 followed by a buffet
Spaces are limited so early booking is recommended.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO BE ALLOWED ONTO PPG SITE, ANYONE NOT REGISTERED FOR THIS EVENT BY 21st OCTOBER WILL BE REFUSED ENTRY.
Kindly hosted by PPG
When & Where
West Riding Section OCCA email@example.com
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