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Introduction to the Coating Systems
Course Number
0007
Price
1380.00
Overview
This self-paced seminar will cover the painting system from the composition of paints to the evaluation of the dry film.  The pigments, resin, solvents and additives will be discussed including their influence on the coatings performance.  Color measurement, surface profile, and other evaluation criteria will be related to composition.  The importance of surface preparation and other manufacturing criteria will show the system complexity and each step's importance.

Objective
Learners who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate of completion for 12.0 professional development hours.

Additional Information
Michael R. Van De Mark has been the Missouri S&T Coatings Institute Director for 18 years. As an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Missouri S&T, Dr. Van De Mark s involved in polymer coatings and organic synthesis research. His areas of research interest include flash rust inhibition, water reducible resin synthesis and characterization, phthalocyanine pigment research, low VOC and water borne formulation, and organic photo-electro-chemistry. He is the author of many papers and has developed several new protocols for industry including four patents.

Dr. Van De Mark received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University, followed by a two year postdoctoral at the University of Minnesota. He was on the faculty of the University of Miami for seven years.