Coating on wood and wood composites is subject of Advancements in Coatings Series in Seattle.
Attendees will represent the entire supply chain, including coatings formulators, laboratory and field testers, architects, specifiers, building maintenance, painting contractors and applicators, raw material suppliers, and end users. The program will also feature tabletop exhibits and site visits to local mills.
The preliminary program includes the following:
Monday, July 23
To Design, First Know the Substrate
Plenary Lecture -- Bulletproof Wood Composites: Fact or Fiction? -- Fred Kamke, Oregon State University
Central Role of Wood Biology in Understanding the Durability of Wood Coating Interactions -- Alex Wiedenhoeft, Forest Products Laboratory
Effect of Manufacturing Wood Processes on Surface Properties -- Sam Williams, Forest Products Laboratory
Measuring Water Repellency in a Low-VOC World -- Victoria Scarborough, Sherwin-Williams Co.
Modifying the Effects of Water on Aqueous-Based Coatings for Exterior Wood Surfaces -- Jim Stephens, Michelman
Use of Vinyl Acetate-Ethylene Copolymers for Water Repellent Coatings for Wood -- Kathleen Rosar, Air Products Polymers, L.P.
Performance Products Application and Testing
Track 1 -- Application Testing and UV Coatings
The Right Choice: UV Testing or Xenon Arc -- Marla Marino, Q-Lab
A Simple Method to Measure the UV Transmittance of Coatings -- Rod Stirling, Fornitek Canada Corp.
Exterior Wood Coatings Based on UV-Curable Waterborne Polyurethane Dispersions -- Aaron Lockhart, Bayer MaterialScience, LLC
Rheology of Coatings Applied to Building Products -- Greg Wascomb, Sherwin-Williams Co.
UV-Curable Polyurethane Acrylate Dispersions Compared with 100% Solids UV-Curable Urethane Acrylates -- Oscar Valdes-Aguilera, Cytec Industries, Inc.
Performance Capability of Waterborne UV-Curable Latexes for Wood Substrates -- Laurie Morris, Alberdingk-Boley
Track 2 -- Wood Protection and Stain Technology
Optimized Transparent Wood Protection by Combining Inorganic and Organic Light Stabilizers -- Thomas Rentschler, Sachtleben Chemie GmbH
Strategies for Minimizing Mold/Mildew Problems in Paint and Coatings -- Ander Larsson, YKI, Institute for Surface Chemistry
Effects of Varnish and Impregnation Processes on Combustion Properties of Oriental Spruce -- Musa Atar, Gazi University
Solid Color Deck Stains: Trends, Substrates and Formulation Study -- Greg Monaghan, Rohm and Haas
Comparative Analysis of Semi-Transparent Stains Applied to Preservative-Treated Wood -- Mojgan Ahmadi-Nejad, University of Toronto
Latest Developments in Nanotechnology -- John Du, BYK-Chemie
Track 3 -- Architectural: Wood Specification and Exterior Maintenance
LEED Requirements, Wood Finishes -- TBD
Restoration/Preservation of Wood Substrates -- Duffy Hoffman, Hoffman Painting & Refinishing
Specifying Performance Standards for Coatings on Wood -- Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing Technology, LLC
Coating Specialty Surfaces: Hardwoods and Composites -- Gregory Portincasa, Akzo Nobel, Sikkens Decorative Coatings
Inspects-Shield: New Dimension in Certified Spray Fire Retardants -- Robert Licata, Northeast Fireshield, Inc.
The Changing Nature of Exterior Substrates -- Doug Mall, The Dow Chemical Company
RECEPTION WITH EXHIBITORS
Tuesday, July 24
Designing for Durability
Plenary Lecture -- Failure Avoidance in Coating Exterior Wood Substrates -- Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing, LLC
Track 1 -- Mold Resistance and Barrier Coatings
Surface Mold Prevention with Chlorothalonil/Disodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate Systems -- Joseph Burley, Sostram Corp.
Testing, Performance, and Construction of Water-resistive Barrier Coatings for Wood-based Wall Sheathing Substrates -- Terry Viness, Sto Corp.
Wood Polymer Penetrant Enhances Durability -- Anthony Berejka, Ionicorp.
Track 2 -- Coatings for Various Substrates and Low VOC
Development of a Durable Primer and Topcoat System for Fiber Cement Composite Siding -- Wallace Kesler, Sherwin-Williams Co.
Waterborne Polyurethane Coatings for Wood Floors -- The Next Generation--Peter Schmitt, Bayer Material-Science LLC
Novel Technology Tools for the Development of Low-VOC Interior and Exterior Coatings and Stains with Solvent-Like Application and Performance Characteristics -- Ronald Obie, Wood Coatings Research Group, Inc.
Track 3 -- Architectural
Esthetics of Wood and Wood Finishes on Interiors -- TBD
Mitigating Wood Damage from Moisture Problems Through Air Barrier Technology -- Kevin Knight, Retrospec Consultants
Taking the "Pain" Out of Painting Wood -- Barry Law, Master Painters Institute
NETWORKING LUNCH WITH EXHIBITORS
Engineered Wood Composites
Plenary Lecture -- High Performance Envelopes for Wood -- Roger Rowell, Forest Products Laboratory
Track 1 -- Exterior Durability and Composite Boards
Ability of Transparent Coatings to Retard Leaching of Borates in a Weather-Ometer Test -- Paul Morris, Fornitek Canada Corp.
The What, Why and How to Powder Coatings on Wood--An Introduction to the Process of Powder Coating Products Made from Medium Density Fiberboard -- Jeff Hale, ITW Gema
Improving the Resistance of Wood-based Composites to Mold and Decay Fungi -- Jeff Morel, Oregon State University
Track 2 -- WPC Coatings
Impacts of Impregnation with Imersol-Aqua on Surface Glossiness and Adhesion Strength of Some Varnishes -- Musa Atar, Gazi University
Coating WPCs Using Co-Extrusion to Improve Durability -- Nicole Stark, USDA Forest Service
New Technology for Making Wood-Plastic Composites Paintable -- Kelly Williams, Inhance/Fluoro-Seal, Ltd.
Track 3 -- Architectural
Designing with Engineered Wood -- TBD
Case History: Coating Wood on a High Profile Seattle Project, (Long Painting) -- TBD
RECEPTION WITH EXHIBITORS
Wednesday, July 25
The Global Marketplace
Plenary Lecture -- Changing Needs for a Changing Market Place -- Bob Smith, Virginia Tech
Improving Strategies for Limiting Movement of Pests on Wood-Based Materials -- Christoph Schauwecker, Oregon State University
Site Visits -- Attendees will visit lumber mills in the Seattle area. A choice of three mills will be provided.
Tabletop exhibits will provide an opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest products and services that impact the design and protection of wood and wood composites. For additional information on exhibiting, contact: Lisa McGlashen, FSCT Exhibits Coordinator, email@example.com.
Registration details and rates will be available shortly on the FSCT website. To be added to the mailing list, contact FSCT, 492 Norristown Rd., Blue Bell, PA 19422-2350; voice: 610.940.0777; fax: 610.940.0292, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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