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HEUBACH at ECS 2017

Heubach will once again be attending the trade fair this year as one of the leading manufacturers of pigments.

This will include a lecture on April 4, 2017, by Dr. Thomas Sowade (Marketing, Business Development and Product Manager) on the capability of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to efficiently assess anticorrosive pigments.

The new product developments will be presented such as:

HEUCOTINT UN 41, 42, 43, 44 – New universal high performance tinting systems

The new HEUCOTINT UN product family allows the tinting of solvent-borne alkyd coatings up to silica plasters and is also compliant with the current regulatory requirements and environmental labels.

HEUCODUR® 2530, 2570, 2590 – We create your new and super strong chrome rutile yellows (P.Br. 24)

The new HEUCODUR® 2530 (light shade), 2570 (dark shade) and 2590 (very dark shade) combine an outstanding chemical, temperature and weathering resistance with an extremely high tinting strength. The products exhibit a significant cost saving potential when combined with TiO2 or organic pigments while maintaining the typical benefits of standard mixed metal oxide pigments.

HEUCOPHOS® – We provide your zinc-free anticorrosive pigment solutions

This product portfolio consists of zinc-free standard phosphate, modified orthophosphates, modified polyphosphates and ion-exchange pigments. Our zinc-free anticorrosives represent a new generation in modern environmental friendly technology without compromising the performance of demanding applications.

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