Barrier polymer dispersion coating is understood to mean the coating technique where latex (that is, an aqueous dispersion of fine polymer particles) is applied to the surface of paper or board as such to form a solid, non-porous film after drying. The target of dispersion coating is to achieve a barrier layer against water, water vapour, grease, oil, gas, etc. by environmentally ‘friendly’ coating.
- Shear Rate
- Polymer Particle
- Paper Chemical
- Polymer Dispersion
- Dispersion Coating
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Kimpimäki, T., Savolainen, A.V. (1997). Barrier dispersion coating of paper and board. In: Brander, J., Thorn, I. (eds) Surface Application of Paper Chemicals. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-1457-5_12
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