Coating materials: the new horizons of sustainability

On 10th May Arsonsisi will attend the meeting entitled “Coating materials: the new horizons of sustainability”, organized at the Xylexpo Arena by the Department of Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering «Giulio Natta» of the Politecnico of Milan and by Catas, supported by Poliefun.

xylexpo_2018On the occasion of Xylexpo 2018, the biennial world exhibition of technologies for the wood and furniture industry, to be held at FieraMilano-Rho from Tuesday 8 to Saturday 12 May, 2018, at the Xylexpo Arena four in-depth analysis meetings will consider various aspects of the furniture production process.

A series of conferences of great interest that will see the presence of about fifteen well known representing enterprises and multinational companies, including Arsonsisi that on 10th May will attend the conference about “Coating materials: the new horizons of sustainability«.

Coatings have always been one of the most important areas of debates on the sustainability of the production and use of such products. Many steps forward and many others have been made, thanks to the continuous evolution of products and processes stimulated by research.

cristoforo brendas xylexpo arenaCristoforo Brendas, Powder Coatings Business Manager in Italy at Arsonsisi, will discuss about “Powder coatings for heat-sensitive substrates”.

The round of meetings is based on the collaboration between the Giulio Natta” Department of Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering of Politecnico di Milano and Catas, Europe’s leading laboratory for tests, research and education in the wood-furniture industry, and is sponsored by Poliefun, an association created at Politecnico di Milano to gather surface finishing companies and universities, promoting the development of enterprise culture, research and innovation.

The meetings will be held from Tuesday 8 to Friday 11, from 2.30 pm to 4 pm at the Xylexpo Arena in Hall 4, Stand C31/D32.

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