Few Interesting Facts Of Bronze


Few Interesting Facts Of Bronze

Bronze is the first alloy developed by human being, and it forms a gold-coloured, delicate metal that is used in manufacturing tools. Bronze is a combination of metals basically of copper and with 12 percent tin. It is also the addition of other metals for example: aluminium, manganese, nickel or zinc and at times non-metals or metalloids such as arsenic, phosphorus or silicon. These additions give rise to alloys that may be harder than copper or have properties such as stiffness and ductility.Read more

 

 

The global coatings industry is striving to provide more – environment protection, corrosion resistance, weather durability, gloss and shine…. all in just a single coat. By Debarati DasWe know that the main purpose of coatings is that of beautification and protection- but that’s just the leading edge. In short, a coating which was perfectly suitable last year can be redundant today because a certain industry switched from metal to plastic. Read more

Until now, a t-shirt was just a t-shirt – A garment you would wear based on your preference and choice of various colours.With the advances and changes in customer preference, the simple t-shirt has become a multi function, technology incorporating material you wear in various colours.Now it dorns materials and coatings which makes it a multi-functional garment, giving enhanced protection, such as being water and stain repellent, fire retardant, changes colour as per external stimuli. Read more

Challenges define the opportunity fields.In an interview, Dr Kumar Iyer with Chemical Today Magazine talks at length about the changing technologies that are ruling the global industrial coatings market today. By Debarati DasTrends and technology advancement in the global industrial coatings market. Trends around technology advancement for the Global industrial coatings market are driven by consumers (based on the convenience, reliability and experience), regulation, competition and profit & efficiency of the overall value chain.Read more

 

 

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