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PPG awarded funding to develop isocyanate-free coatings

12:03 PM MDT | June 19, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

PPG Industries has been awarded $1 million by the Department of Defense's strategic environmental research and development program to help develop nonisocyanate liquid coatings that meet military specifications, PPG has announced. The funding will support the development of technologies that can be applied in the automotive refinishing, industrial, and protective and marine coatings markets, PPG says. "Many contain isocyanate materials that can potentially cause skin and respiratory reactions. We’ll be working to develop updated formulas that can...

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