AFTPVA Technical Day

Technical day AFTPVA section Nord

AFTPVA section Nord organises on 25 May 2023 a technical day with subject « Contraintes réglementaires 2023 dans les peintures & vernis ». Please find more information in the invitation file.

Visit to AgfaLabs

The Board of ATIPIC invites you to attend their next event Date: 10 MAY 2023Time: 14:00 hrs. – 17:00 hrs.Venue: Agfalabs, Septestraat 5 – 2640 MortselPhone: 03 4443135 Programme Time Titles Speakers 14 :00 hrs. General introduction AgfaLabs Frank Ruttens 14 :30 hrs. Dispersion formulation S. Lingier (Agfa) 15 :00 hrs. Coffee Break   15 :30 hrs. Lecture by external

Salon Materia, Eurofinish en Surface (MES)2023

Duurzaamheid is niet langer een keuze: grondstofschaarste, maar ook het klimaat en de energietransitie maakt het investeren in duurzame materialen, coatings en een slimme productieomgeving essentieel. MES 2023 (Materials, Eurofinish en Surface) biedt een compleet overzicht van duurzame technische oplossingen en kansen rondom materialen en oppervlaktetechnieken. Bovendien verbindt MES 2023 maakbedrijven, toeleveranciers, kennisinstellingen en overheden

Creative Ideas for Inspiring New Paint Projects

The Board of ATIPIC invites you to attend its first symposium of the year on February 7th, 2023 in Hotel Martin’S Red**** at 1480 Tubize (BE), on the theme “Creative Ideas for inspiring new Paint Projects” The members of ATIPIC are also kindly invited to the 2023 ATIPIC General Assembly that will take place at

ATIPIC & NVVT Scientific & Technical Symposium 2023

Both Board of ATIPIC & NVVT invite you to attend their annual symposium on the theme NOVELTIES FOR THE PAINT INDUSTRY. Programme Time PROGRAM / Titles      Speakers 09:30 Welcome / Registration (coffee/tea)   09:55 Opening morning session by Dr. Jacques Warnon, president ATIPIC   10:00 Moisture curing, Isocyanate-free protective Topcoats Nathalie  Havaux (Hexion) 10:35

Fatipec Newsletter

Please find here the 2023 FATIPIC Newsletter.

Final Event GREENER

GREENER is an Interreg project in which several knowledge institutions and companies based in Belgium and the Netherlands work together to contribute to a reduction of the microplastics pollution. Within the project, biobased and biodegradable polymers are investigated as sustainable alternatives for the widespread and water-soluble polymer polyacrylic acid. In this way, the amount of

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