How Can We Effectively Use Accelerated Methods to Predict the Decorative Properties of PVDF-Based Coatings?: A Practical Approach View Full Text


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DATE

2015

AUTHORS

Kurt A. Wood

ABSTRACT

Poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF) resins are the dominant component of some of the most weatherable commercially available decorative coatings. These coatings can have color retention and chalk resistance service lifetimes of decades. We have recently outlined a quantitative service life prediction model for the decorative properties of coatings of this type (Wood K (2009) A quantitative model for the prediction of gloss retention, color change, and chalking for poly(vinylidene fluoride)/acrylic blends. In: Proceedings of 4th European weathering symposium, Budapest, Hungary, Sept 2009). The model is based on the “contraction” theory of gloss loss and chalking, coupled with simple assumptions about the photochemical kinetics of two-resin hybrid systems where one resin (PVDF) is much more weatherable than the other (in this case, an acrylic). Because different mechanisms account for gloss loss, color change, and chalking, the relative rates of change for each of these properties can be different, in accordance with experimental observations. We outline a methodology that uses insights from the model, empirical data from accelerated tests, and long-term weathering test data from solvent-based baked PVDF coatings, to predict the service life of new waterborne no-bake PVDF coatings. More... »

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71-85

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2009. A Quantitative Model for Weathering-induced Mass Loss in Thermoplastic Paints in SERVICE LIFE PREDICTION OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS
  • 2002-11. Tailoring coating properties through control of PVDF copolymer phase behaviour in JOURNAL OF COATINGS TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH
  • 2009. The Influence of Water on the Weathering of Automotive Paint Systems in SERVICE LIFE PREDICTION OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS
  • 2006-01. Relating gloss loss to topographical features of a PVDF coating in JOURNAL OF COATINGS TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH
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    Service Life Prediction of Exterior Plastics

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    978-3-319-06033-0
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