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Wettability of waterborne coatings on chemically and thermally modified pine wood
Petrič, Marko (Author), Knehtl, Branko (Author), Krause, Andreas (Author), Militz, Holger (Author), Pavlič, Matjaž (Author), Pétrissans, Mathieu (Author), Rapp, Andreas Otto (Author), Tomažič, Miro (Author), Welzbacher, Christian (Author), Gérardin, Philippe (Author)

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Abstract
Modification of wood can change its hydrophilic character. Consequently, modified wettability of wood can change its behavior with coating or gluing processes. The authors investigated the wettability of oil-heat-treated and DMDHEU-modified Scots pine wood with some commercial waterborne coatings. The increased hydrophobic character of modified wood was revealed from high advancing contact angles of water. In contrast, exterior waterborne coatings exhibited much better wetting on modified substrates than on unmodified substrates. Good wetting of modified wood by waterborne coatings is an interesting result, opening up possibilities for application of environmentally friendly waterborne surface systems on modified wood.

Language:English
Keywords:oil-heat-treated wood, waterborne coatings, wettability, wood modification, DMDHEU
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.03 - Short Scientific Article
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Year:2007
Number of pages:str. 203-206
Numbering:Vol. 4, no. 2
UDC:630*82
ISSN on article:1547-0091
COBISS.SI-ID:1505417 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:JCT research
Publisher:Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology
ISSN:1547-0091
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