Workshop Smart Coatings Application Lab - Natchemische Coatings - 14-01-2014 - Agfa-labs

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Workshop Smart Coatings Application Lab - Natchemische Coatings - 14-01-2014 - High Throughput Screening of High Throughput Coating - Agfa Labs

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Workshop Smart Coatings Application Lab - Natchemische Coatings - 14-01-2014 - Agfa-labs

  1. 1. 1 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  2. 2. Agfa-Gevaert Group HealthCare No 1-2 Prepress No 1-2 Other Asia and ROW 16% Agfa-Gevaert Group Latin America 7% Parent Company Europe 55% NAFTA 22% Corporate Centre Sales by region Specialty Products 7% Agfa Graphics Agfa HealthCare Agfa Materials HealthCare 40% Graphics 53% Specialty Products Sales per business group 2 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  3. 3. High Throughput Screening of High Throughput Coating Frank Ruttens
  4. 4. High Throughput activities @ Agfa-Labs  FORMULATION  SCREENING OF FORMULATION  COATING OF FORMULATION  TESTING OF COATING 4 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  5. 5. High Throughput formulation and screening  Formulation     Powders (many-to-many) Viscous Liquids (one-to-many) Viscous Liquids (many-to-many) Homogenization  Screening      5 Viscosity Surface Tension Curing Filtration Particle size and sedimentation Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  6. 6. High Throughput Formulation 6 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  7. 7. High Throughput Formulation  Making a manifold of Formulations 7 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  8. 8. High Throughput Screening Surface Tension 96well plate wire probes and micro-balances Particle Size probes cleaning unit (PCU) Colloidal Stability via HSP 8 Frank Ruttens, March 2011 Degree of curing
  9. 9. High Throughput coating and testing  Coating  Braive coat system  Amis-blade or HTE-blade segmented coat system  Coating simulation  Dispensing using robot  Spraying techniques  Ink Jetting  Screening  Abrasion, adhesion, scratch resistance  Run length testing  Pressroom chemistry influence, chemical resistance, …  Accelerated weathering 9 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  10. 10. High Throughput Coating  Multiple coatings on 1 sheet by dispensing + bar coating 10 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  11. 11. High Throughput Coating  Coating Simulation: Dispensing 11 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  12. 12. High Throughput Coating  Parallel Segmented coating on Alu plate 12 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  13. 13. HT Coating testing  Automated scratching 13 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  14. 14. Automated scratching  Based on DIN 50539 Various scratching geometries : •Different hardness •Different angle Sample holder 14 •Different radius of curvature Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  15. 15. Automated scratching at Agfa-Labs  Different indenter diamant indenter (r 76µm, 30°; 45°;60° of 90°) or steel ball (d 1; 2 ... 5 mm)  Different speed 10 t/m 100 mm/sec 100µm  Linear increasing or constant load Linearly increasing from 0,10 N tot 50,00 N (accuracy +/-0,05 N up to 10N and +/- 0,10 N up to 50N) or constant pressure from 1 N to 50 N  Measuring length and width Standard length 300 mm / width 35 mm Minimum length 100 mm / minimum width 15 mm Standard 10 parallel scratch spurs with a distance of 0.2 mm  Dry or wet Wet in various solvents at temperatures up to 50°C 15 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  16. 16. Automated scratching at Agfa-labs  Visual inspection of pressure and scratch spurs 16 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  17. 17. Automated scratching at Agfa-labs  Evaluation 100µm Force measured Hardness 100µm Microscopy 17 Interferometry Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  18. 18. HT Indentation  Ball indentation  5 mm steel ball  Different depth  Different loads Hardness 18 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  19. 19. HT Abrasion testing 19 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  20. 20. HT Abrasion testing 20 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  21. 21. HT Adhesion testing 21 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  22. 22. HT Chemical Resistance testing 22 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  23. 23. HT Chemical resistance testing 23 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  24. 24. HT Friction coefficient 24 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  25. 25. HT Swelling  Dimensional stability 25 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  26. 26. Conditioning of the samples  21 °C (+/- 1 °C) and 50% RH (+/- 2%) for 24h 26 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  27. 27. Accelerated weathering •Weathering : T, %RH, UV, ozone •Light fastness : Xe-arc, fluorescence •Thermal stability (Arrhenius testschema’s) according to international protocols : ISO 12040, ISO 18930 (Printing) ISO 4892-1 & -2, JIS K7350-1 & -2 (Plastics) ISO 11341 (Paints) ISO 105 B02 & B04 (Textile) ISO 18909 (Photography) IEC 61215/IEC61646 (Photovoltaics) 27 Frank Ruttens, March 2011
  28. 28. Agfa-Labs: contact us Newsletter 28 www.agfa-labs.com Frank Ruttens, March 2011 LinkedIn
  29. 29. Agfa-Labs: Where we are…  Mail : Agfa-Labs Customer Service (3190) Agfa-Gevaert NV Septestraat 27 2640 Mortsel /Belgium     29 Frank Ruttens, March 2011 Web: www.agfa-labs.com E-mail: info@agfa-labs.com Phone: +32 (0)3 444 3190 Fax: +32 (0)3 444 3299

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