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Surface Coating Studies of Polyurethane Derived from [(Alkyd)-(Epoxy Resin Treated Castor Oil)] Using Isophorene Diisocynate – II


Received On: 15/07/2012
Accepted On: 20/07/2012


Author(s)

Patel, P. D., Nimavat, K. S., Vyas, K. B.


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Abstract

Castor oil (C) was reacted with profitable epoxy resin (E) (diglycidylether of bisphenol-A, DGEBF) at a range of mole ratios. The consequential products (Castor oil- Epoxy resin) were nominated as CEs. Isocyanate terminated castor oil Polyurethane (ICOPU) was prepared by reaction of castor oil and various proportion of Isophoren diisocyanate. A commercial alkyd resin was blended with various proportions of CEs and ICOPU. A unique solvent system, which shows a one – phase clear solution and a clear coat of binder system, was used. All the blends were applied on mild steel panels and characterized for drying time, adhesion, flexibility, hardness, impact resistance and chemical resistance properties.


Keywords

Alkyd Resin, Blends, Coating, Caster Oil, Castor Oil, Polyurethane, Epoxy Resin (DGEBF), Isocyanated Terminated Castor Oil Polyurethane

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Patel, D. P., Nimavat, K. S., Vyas, K. B. (2012). Surface Coating Studies of Polyurethane Derived from [(Alkyd)-(Epoxy Resin Treated Castor Oil)] Using Isophorene Diisocynate - II, International Journal for Pharmaceutical Research Scholars (IJPRS), 1(3), 62-70.


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