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WO/2009/066976A1
The present invention relates to a Solvent-free coating material and treating agents used as wood coating material as a protective agent. The wood coating material is used to provide a short period of time ultra-violet (UV) radiation cur...  
WO/2009/062312A1
A stable wax emulsion for imparting water repelling characteristics to wood panels and cellulose sheet products comprises a vegetable oil or animal fat based wax, an emulsifier and water. The vegetable oil based wax preferably comprises ...  
WO2008061003B1
Waxes prepared from hydrogenated plant oils, such as castor, palm, and soybean, are used to prepare water based emulsions. The inventive waxes, obtained from naturally derived, renewable resources, were emulsified under anionic, cationic...  
WO/2008/126741A1
Disclosed is a coating agent comprising a cellulose derivative, a 1,2-polybutadiene having an isocyanate group, a synthetic wax having a softening point of 100 to 150˚C, an aliphatic amide having a softening point of 60 to 170˚C and gr...  
WO/2008/084839A1
A resin-coated aluminum alloy sheet material for aluminum electrolytic capacitor cases which has satisfactory formability even when formed into an aluminum electrolytic capacitor case having a high height/diameter ratio with a volatile p...  
WO/2008/083840A1
The present invention discloses the composition of a one-component, solvent-free water repellent for sealing joint and cut edges and tongue and groove of laminate and parquet floor elements laid without adhesive. The water repellent cons...  
WO/2008/061003A1
Waxes prepared from hydrogenated plant oils, such as castor, palm, and soybean, are used to prepare water based emulsions. The inventive waxes, obtained from naturally derived, renewable resources, were emulsified under anionic, cationic...  
WO/2008/054626A3
The present disclosure is directed to a method of reducing dirt buildup on a machine (10) surface (12). The method involves applying a sacrificial layer of an oil-based liquid (16) on the surface and allowing dirt (18) accumulation on th...  
WO/2008/054626A2
The present disclosure is directed to a method of reducing dirt buildup on a machine (10) surface (12). The method involves applying a sacrificial layer of an oil-based liquid (16) on the surface and allowing dirt (18) accumulation on th...  
WO/2008/045821A1
A liquid concentrate is disclosed, having a bio-derived oil carrier; at least one colorant or functional additive; and optionally surfactant, viscosity modifier, and other functional additives or specialty colorants. The colorant can be ...  
WO2008003448B1
An exemplary method for set retarding the surface of a mortar or concrete material, comprising applying to the surface of a mortar or concrete, or to the inner surface of a mold for forming the mortar or concrete, a hot melt coating comp...  
WO/2008/003448A1
An exemplary method for set retarding the surface of a mortar or concrete material, comprising applying to the surface of a mortar or concrete, or to the inner surface of a mold for forming the mortar or concrete, a hot melt coating comp...  
WO/2008/003037A1
Engineered wood product edges are protected by applying a two part edge sealing composition to at least one edge surface. The two part edge sealing composition can improve holdout, hide, and water resistance. An edge sealing system and s...  
WO/2007/143210A3
A wax composition for application to a wet surfaces utilizing a polymeric emulsion with a cross-linked copolymer of acrylic acid and C 10-30 alkyl acrylate whereby upon application to the surface to be waxed the hydrophilic portion of th...  
WO/2007/127034A3
Emulsions, useful for imparting water resistance to gypsum products are disclosed. The emulsions of the invention include at least one wax, an alkyl phenol and a hydrophyllic metallic salt, preferably magnesium sulfate. The emulsions of ...  
WO/2007/106682A2
Environmentally safe, cost effective, VOC-free compositions and methods for the prevention and treatment of corrosive processes in and on metal such as rust, flash rust and scale in a wide variety of industry sectors is provided. Composi...  
WO/2007/106682A3
Environmentally safe, cost effective, VOC-free compositions and methods for the prevention and treatment of corrosive processes in and on metal such as rust, flash rust and scale in a wide variety of industry sectors is provided. Composi...  
WO/2007/103929A3
Environmentally safe, cost effective, VOC-free compositions and methods for the prevention and treatment of corrosive processes in and on metal such as rust, flash rust and scale in a wide variety of industry sectors is provided. Composi...  
WO/2007/101910A1
The invention relates to natural fatty acid based hybride resins, modified with reactive monomers, and to a method for preparing it. The invention also relates to the use of the modified natural fatty acid based hybride resin as binding ...  
WO/2007/101909A1
The invention relates to acrylate modified, natural fatty acid based hybride polymers, and to a method for their preparation. The invention also relates to the use of the modified natural fatty acid based hybride polymers as binding agen...  
WO/2007/103929A2
Environmentally safe, cost effective, VOC-free compositions and methods for the prevention and treatment of corrosive processes in and on metal such as rust, flash rust and scale in a wide variety of industry sectors is provided. Composi...  
WO/2007/072162A1
A method of producing a printable composition comprises mixing a quantity of particulate semiconductor material with a quantity of a binder. The semiconductor material is typically nanoparticulate silicon with a particle size in the rang...  
WO/2007/051302A1
The present invention pertains to the uses of HiOmega flax (linseed) oil, a naturally occurring flax (linseed) with higher than normal alpha linolenic acid content in the production of stronger, more scratch and solvent resistant industr...  
WO/2007/012106A1
A sacrificial anti-graffiti surface coating is prepared from at least one lower saccharide as defined and water or beeswax and an organic solvent as defined.  
WO/2007/002999A1
The invention provides a method of preparing a crosslinked polymer, which method comprises polymerising branched polyunsaturated monomers by a metathesis polymerisation reaction, wherein the branched polyunsaturated monomers contain acyc...  
WO2006091098A3
The present invention relates to a process for preparing a protective composition, said process comprising mixing an oil and a wax at a temperature above the wax transition temperature to form a homogeneous composition, and quenching the...  
WO/2006/091098A2
The present invention relates to a process for preparing a protective composition, said process comprising mixing an oil and a wax at a temperature above the wax transition temperature to form a homogeneous composition, and quenching the...  
WO/2006/059355A1
The invention describes paints for fine arts and painting restoration and the relative preparation procedure particularly recommended to realise the Encausto pictorial technique, which can be executed on both internal and external walls ...  
WO/2006/038310A1
An oxidatively polymerizable composition which can be reduced in the amount of a metallic drier to be used, which is thought to have an adverse influence on the environment and the living body, and which can attain a polymerization rate ...  
WO/2005/118730A1
Disclosed is a sliding member obtained by a simple working process which exhibits excellent sliding durability at high temperatures and does not abrade the object material even when the object material is a soft metal. Also disclosed is ...  
WO2005090490A3
The invention relates to a novel method to use an emulsified material as a surface coating comprising the steps of: (a) applying an emulsified material to a surface of a substrate and (b) drying or allowing to dry the emulsified material...  
WO/2005/090490A2
The invention relates to a novel method to use an emulsified material as a surface coating comprising the steps of: (a) applying an emulsified material to a surface of a substrate and (b) drying or allowing to dry the emulsified material...  
WO/2005/087883A1
An emulsion characterised in that it includes at least one animal or vegetable oil standoil and at least one natural emulsifier in an amount of 3 to 10 wt % based on the total weight of the emulsion, and in that it contains no organic di...  
WO2004106588A3
An aqueous non-toxic biorational or environmentally safe composition to reduce or inhibit corrosion, rust and scale on metal surfaces comprising effective amounts of sorbic acid, salts of sorbic acid and/or derivatives thereof and a vari...  
WO2005039841B1
Emulsions are provided which are useful in imparting water-resistance to lignocellulosic products. In one embodiment, the emulsions contain a nonsaponifiable wax, a saponified wax, an alkyl phenol component, a dispersant/surfactant such ...  
WO/2005/063903A1
Disclosed is a water repellent agent with high water repellency whose coatings have both high transparency (gloss) and high strength. Specifically, the water repellent agent contains at least a silicone oil, fine particles, a binder for ...  
WO2005039841A3
Emulsions are provided which are useful in imparting water-resistance to lignocellulosic products. In one embodiment, the emulsions contain a nonsaponifiable wax, a saponified wax, an alkyl phenol component, a dispersant/surfactant such ...  
WO/2005/039841A2
Emulsions are provided which are useful in imparting water-resistance to lignocellulosic products. In one embodiment, the emulsions contain a nonsaponifiable wax, a saponified wax, an alkyl phenol component, a dispersant/surfactant such ...  
WO/2004/106588A2
An aqueous non-toxic biorational or environmentally safe composition to reduce or inhibit corrosion, rust and scale on metal surfaces comprising effective amounts of sorbic acid, salts of sorbic acid and/or derivatives thereof and a vari...  
WO2004083310B1
Waxes prepared from hydrogenated plant oils, such as castor, palm, and soybean, are used to prepare water based emulsions. The inventive waxes, obtained from naturally derived, renewable resources, were emulsified under anionic, cationic...  
WO/2004/083310A1
Waxes prepared from hydrogenated plant oils, such as castor, palm, and soybean, are used to prepare water based emulsions. The inventive waxes, obtained from naturally derived, renewable resources, were emulsified under anionic, cationic...  
WO/2004/065488A1
Wax compositions suitable for use in making construction boards are prepared by blending a wax or oil having a low n-paraffin content with a wax having a higher n-paraffin content to provide a wax composition having at least 21 wt% of n-...  
WO/2004/061042A1
Emulsions are provided which are useful in imparting water-resistance to gypsum wood fiber products. In one embodiment, the emulsions comprise a wax or a combination of waxes, an alkyl phenol, at least one surfactant, Polynaphthalenesulf...  
WO2004011563A3
A method of treating a surface comprising the steps of providing a coating composition comprising particles of a polyolefin wax or of a mixture of polyolefin waxes suspended in a liquid phase; applying said coating composition to the sur...  
WO2004011391A8
A waterproofing or repelling agent comprising; naturally occurring high molecular weight esters, selected from the group consisting of wool grease, bees wax, carnauba wax, spermaceti wax and the like; a carboxylic acid; and a hydrocarbon...  
WO2003029372A3
A dry-strippable coating composition can be incorporated into a composite article and comprises a dried water-borne polyurethane dispersion including a release additive comprising a releasing co-solvent or other selected release material...  
WO/2004/011563A2
A method of treating a surface comprising the steps of providing a coating composition comprising particles of a polyolefin wax or of a mixture of polyolefin waxes suspended in a liquid phase; applying said coating composition to the sur...  
WO/2004/011391A1
A waterproofing or repelling agent comprising; naturally occurring high molecular weight esters, selected from the group consisting of wool grease, bees wax, carnauba wax, spermaceti wax and the like; a carboxylic acid; and a hydrocarbon...  
WO2003053596A3
The invention relates to a method for coating a surface. According to said method, a coating substance having a viscosity of < 100 Pa.s, measured at 25 DEG C, is applied to a surface to be coated and left to harden. The inventive method ...  
WO/2003/087242A1
The invention relates to the use of polyolefin waxes that have been synthesised by means of metallocene catalysts as additives in powder paints, in addition to a method for creating pigmented powder paints.  

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