Content Tagged With: “chemical bond”

Glass & Ceramics

Glass and Ceramic Coatings Conventional coatings adhere to materials by simple mechanical forces that will be easily broken causing peeling or delamination. This is not the case with chemical grafting since the attachment of the coating is accomplished by forming a covalent bond between the substrate and the monomers via the substrate activator. The chemical […]


Rubber

Elastomers  Coatings Conventional coatings adhere to materials by simple mechanical forces that will not  be easily broken. This is not the case with chemical grafting since the attachment of the treatment is accomplished by forming a covalent bond between the substrate and the monomers via the substrate activator. The chemical reaction that takes place provides subsurface […]


Polystyrene Flame Resistance

If you manufacture a product which contains polystyrene and are looking  to increase the chemical resistance of your  product  in order to give you a  competitive edge then contact  Advanced Polymer Solutions regarding  our patented  chemical process we will develop a customized  formulation based upon your flame resistance specifications. ​ Once we develop and thoroughly test […]