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RESINS BASED ON COMPLEX FORMATIONS WITH ORGANO-TITANATES
NEW YORK UNIV N Y SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE
The development and evaluation of titanate resins which have shown resistance to exposure to temperatures around 600, 800, and up to 1000 F for considerable lengths of time continued. Weight loss of resinous coatings on steel during such exposure and the reason for these weight losses were investigated. The losses which did occur were mostly limited to the escape of high boiling solvents which were retained during the initial curing of the films at 200 F. Where the losses were greater than such solvent residues, they were mostly limited to the weight of organic additives used in the coatings as plasticizers and modifying agents of the titanate resins. In one study the Al pigmented titanate resin coating contained 60 resin and 40 Al pigment after being heated for a total of 50 hr up to a temperature of 600 F, and for an additional 5 hr at 1000 F. Author