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Adhesive characteristics of water-paint and silane adhesive mixture
HAN, Hyun Kak;
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 Abstract
Paint must be resistant to the wear and tear of the atmosphere and should maintain its color and finish for a long time. The solvents of paints were organic solvent and water, common artificial source of VOCs(Volatile organic Solvent) include organic solvent. Using of organic solvent paint was decreased in the interior parts of automotive, exterior parts were still used organic solvent paint. Adhesive strength of water-paint was poor to compare with organic solvent paint and peeled off from the base materials, it was big quality problem. In this study, adhesive characteristics of water-paint and silane mixture was investigated. To improve adhesive strength of water-paint, it was necessary to mixing of adhesive material. Adhesive strength was measured using UTM(Universal Test Instrument) by ASTM D1002 and Peeling off condition was by ASTM D3359. Optimal mixing condition of water-paint and silane adhesive were , 500rpm, 20min., concentration of silane adhesive was 5 wt%.
 Keywords
Adhesive strength;Airbag Cover;Mixing condition;Silane adhesive;Water-paint;
 Language
Korean
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