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Sumitomo Introduces Three new PES Grades to Paint, Coatings Formulators

Sumitomo Introduces Three New PES Grades to Paint, Coatings Formulators

Polyethersulfone Offers Formulators Broader Options when Producing Coatings for Higher-Performance Applications, Water-Based Products

Phoenix, Ariz., U.S. — Polyethersulfone (PES), a high-performance engineering thermoplastic, has long been used — alone and in combination with other polymers — as the base for paint and coatings owing to its high thermal stability, chemical resistance, and surface hardness, plus superior adhesion to a variety of substrates, including glass, iron, stainless steel, aluminum, and aluminum alloys. To support the paint and coatings industry, Sumitomo Chemical Advanced Technologies LLC (here) has introduced three new PES grades to meet the needs of formulators.

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