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BARRIERS TO THE USE OF RADIATION-CURABLE ADHESIVES IN THE COATED AND LAMINATED SUBSTRATE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
Nunez*, C M., B. McMinn, AND J. Vitas. BARRIERS TO THE USE OF RADIATION-CURABLE ADHESIVES IN THE COATED AND LAMINATED SUBSTRATE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY. JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. Elsevier Science BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 45(1):59-78, (1996).
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The paper gives results of an investigation of barriers to the use of radiation-cured technology in the coated and laminated substrate manufacturing industry. t presents information gathered from radiation-curable coating and equipment suppliers as well as technical publications. he focus of the project was to investigate the use of radiation-curable coatings as an alternative to conventional solvent-based coatings used in the coated and laminated substrate manufacturing industry. ata obtained included material inputs, equipment, output characteristics, emissions, and waste. nformation was gathered to compare process and cost impacts to evaluate the technical, educational, and economic barriers to radiation-curable coatings for the industry. ollution prevention/source reduction research opportunities were also identified.
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